Streambot review 2021 — Is this service a scam?

This is a comprehensive review for Streambot.

When looking up Twitch viewer bots on Google, you’re going to stumble upon Streambot.

At first glance, it looks promising, their website is fancy, probably the best-looking view botting service out there, which definitely makes it appealing and tempting.

But is this service legit? Or is it yet another Twitch viewbot scam…?

In this Streambot review, we’ll look into everything you need to know before you spend your hard-earned money on a service that might not deliver.

If you don’t want to read through the review, you can [skip to our conclusion].

First things first:

what makes a viewbot service a scam?

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On the backend, a Twitch viewing bot is not much more than a server that runs a few lines of code that open your Twitch channel multiple times (however many you ordered) and does this using proxies (different IP addresses to avoid detection).

These view botting companies rent Ip Addresses from other companies. Proxies are sold for just about any price but cheap (or even free) proxies are most likely to be flagged which could lead to the views not showing up.

Some viewer bot services use these cheap proxies and it leads to live views not showing up.

Many of these scam services, don’t have support either (or rely on very slow email support).

Services can always fail, but if they don’t have live chat support available for a service that literally sells live views, that may not be the service you’re looking for.

And last but not least, a Twitch viewbot service should ALWAYS refund your money if live views DON’T show up. If they don’t, they are a scam.

So TL;DR, viewbotting services are a scam when:

  • Live views don’t show up (they likely are using cheap proxies)
  • They don’t have proper support to help you out
  • They don’t refund your money when their service doesn’t work

Streambot Review


What is Streambot

Streambot is a Twitch view botting service that sells both weekly and monthly plans.

By using this service, you can boost your live views on your Twitch channel every time you go online. Doing so will make you appear more popular than you actually are.

It will also boost you in the Twitch directory as you’ll no longer be someone who’s streaming to 1 viewer.

By paying for Streambot they will also deliver followers to your Twitch channel, boosting your reputation on the platform.

How Streambot works

The way Streambot works is fairly simple…

You go to their website streambot.com and create an account.

After that, you choose a plan (for example the trial plan) and hit the ‘sign up’ button.

Once you paid for your service, you can send live views every time you go live directly inside your dashboard.

Inside the dashboard, you’ll be able to fill in your Twitch channel name, pick how many live views you want, set up a join interval and a traffic origin.

I have to give props to Streambot for their dashboard, it really is very appealing, easy to use, and comes with a lot of functionality.

While many viewer bots simply send a certain amount of live streamers to your channel everytime you go live, in Streambot you can take complete control.

For example, you can start your stream at 5 viewers and gradually move up the slider as you go, making your live viewers look a lot more realistic.

Streambot pricing

As I mentioned earlier, Streambot has both weekly and monthly pricing available.

Here’s the weekly pricing…

TrialBasicProPartner
$10/week$15/week$20/week$30/week
10 live views25 live views50 live views100 live views
0 chatters10 chatters25 chatters50 chatters
10 followers50 followers100 followers200 followers

And the monthly pricing…

TrialBasicProPartner
$25/month$45/month$60/month$90/month
10 live views25 live views50 live views100 live views
0 chatters10 chatters25 chatters50 chatters
50 followers250 followers500 followers1000 followers

The Streambot pricing is not cheap compared to other services out there such as Viewerlabs but they also aren’t the most expensive service out there.

We also can’t expect these services to be dirt cheap as that would indicate they are cheaping out on proxies and other costs which would negatively benefit the streamer.

Pricing-wise, I find streambot to be expensive compared to other viewing bots. I give streambot 2/5 stars.

Streambot support

Say you have an issue with the service you just bought the service for, you need to talk to someone right?

Well, I tried that… They have one support link at the bottom of their webpage.

But no matter how many times I tried clicking on the link, it doesn’t work…

Even when switching browsers and using an entirely different pc, the button leads to nowhere.

So yeah, there is no one to contact in case you have an issue with the service.

This also means there is no way to get a refund from Streambot.

Streambot gets a solid 0/5 stars for support.

Streambot reviews – what does the community say?

One of the best ways to figure out whether or not a view botting service is a scam, is to look at the reviews online.

As of right now, Streambot has 32 reviews on Trustpilot.

And their overall ‘trust’ score is 1.7 out of 5.

Here are some of the reviews you can find for Streambot…

The only 5 star review found for Streambot is this one which is clearly someone meme-ing and pretending to be TommyInnit.

You can read the reviews for yourself here.

Reading the reviews confirms the following:

  • Streambot oftentimes doesn’t work
  • Streambot does not have a support
  • Streambot does not refund their customers

Pros of using Streambot

  • Attractive dashboard

Cons of using Streambot

  • Service doesn’t always work
  • There is ZERO support
  • Terrible reviews online, many claiming this service is a scam
  • No refunds

Final Rating

Here’s how I graded Streambot…

  • Functionality: 0/5
  • Pricing: 2/5
  • Support: 0/5
  • Refund policy: 0/5

Total: 0.5/5 stars


Should you use Streambot?

Absolutely not. Not a single positive review can be found for streambot online. Judging from the many people that DON’T see live views, they are likely using dirt-cheap proxies that won’t deliver the live views you paid for and could risk your Twitch account getting banned.

On top of that, they have ZERO support. The support link on their website doesn’t even work.

As there is no support available and the reviews for Streambot are ALL negative, I have to urge you to steer clear from Streambot and avoid using them.

Alternatives to Streambot

I’ve reviewed a bunch of Twitch view botting services and rated them on a 5-star scale. So far, no view botting service has made it over 3 stars.

Viewerlabs3 stars
StreamerPlus1.5 stars
views.run1.5 stars
ViewerBoss1.5 stars

Are viewing bots for Twitch even worth it…?

We don’t recommend using a viewing bot for Twitch for a number of reasons…

  1. By view botting, you are risking a permanent ban on Twitch. This means you would never be able to become an affiliate or partner on the platform and make money from Twitch.
  2. Not only that, but you are also risking your reputation. As I hopefully have sufficiently explained throughout this article, view botting is painstakingly obvious. You don’t want to be known as a viewbotter if you aim to make any type of career on Twitch.
  3. You could get scammed. The large majority of these view botting services that charge a lot of money to increase your viewer count, don’t actually deliver. The reviews of each of these services are painfully bad. If you don’t have money to blow, don’t purchase a viewbot.
  4. Viewbotting will make you lazy. Think about it, if you can achieve artificial views at the press of a button? Why would you ever bother not cheating? Why would you bother establishing a presence on social media and creating an audience for yourself when you have made everything SO easy on yourself?

We believe view botting will do a Twitch channel more harm than it will do good.

If you still want to learn more about view botting on Twitch, you can check out our full View Botting guide below.


Frequently Asked Questions

Is Streambot safe to use? Can it get me banned?

Any viewbotting service can result in a ban from Twitch.

Does Streambot have a free trial?

Streambot has no free trial available for Streambot. They do have a trial plan available which is widely expensive at $10/week or $25/month for just 10 viewers.

Is Streambot a scam?

Many of the Streambot reviewers claim the service is a scam because they do not issue refunds, even when their service doesn’t work.

They also don’t have a support team that you can reach out to, so once you pay, your money is gone, even if the service doesn’t work for you.

At its current state, Streambot seems to be out to make a quick buck off of desperate Twitch streamers.

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