Looking to dip your toes into Twitter Spaces? Look no further. With Spaces being out in the wild for a bit now, we’ve compiled a list of some of the best practices that we’ve seen across the gaming industry, as well as our own internal recommendations. Use this guide as a resource to hone in on your content, and then execute it.
5 gaming related Spaces thought starters:
Host a Space before a big event and have talent, players, or employees drop by over the course of the Space to tease what listeners can expect. This works particularly well ahead of esports events where players can drop-in and give their take on an upcoming match-up on their plate.
Watch parties for gaming or esports events
Why not share the excitement with some of your biggest fans by hosting a live Space while the match is going on? Coordinate with some hosts or partners that are clued into the game, and invite fans to come listen in real-time.
Use a Space to coordinate with guests who are close to the announcement to talk through it further and answer any questions directly from the community in real-time. This is particularly useful for new game announcements, esports events or roster updates, and any major news really.
Panels with industry professionals
Compile a roster of professionals or even internal employees at your company from different departments to talk through a particular subject in depth.
Game reviews and discussions
Just finished a new game and want to chat with others who beat it? Why not fire up a Space to discuss what you just played with your friends and followers.