Frequently asked questions about the YouTube Gaming app
Your channel on YouTube Gaming is the same as on the main YouTube app/site. You’ll sign in to YouTube Gaming with the same Google Account that you use for YouTube.
If you’re a creator, you’ll notice that your channel’s appearance looks different, with a different interface for how your uploads, live archives, and video sections are organized. Learn more about how the channel interface works.
YouTube Gaming filters videos from YouTube to give you the best experience for watching gaming videos. You’ll find everything that’s in YouTube Gaming on the main YouTube app/site, but only gaming content on YouTube Gaming.
Upload videos to YouTube. If your video is gaming related, it will appear in YouTube Gaming.
It will appear on your channel page, but not anywhere else on YouTube Gaming.
To livestream on YouTube Gaming, just start a stream from the main YouTube site (your stream will appear on in both main YouTube and YouTube Gaming).
Streaming is fast and easy on YouTube. Learn how to get started in this guide.
Yes, when you subscribe to a channel on YouTube Gaming, you’ll see that subscription on YouTube (and vice versa). Learn more about how to manage your YouTube Subscriptions.
We examine the metadata on your video, along with many other signals, to determine whether it is gaming-related or not. Make sure that you clearly state which game your video features.
YouTube Gaming bases the appearance of your channel on your settings on the main YouTube app/site. The color of your channel is based on your channel art, and the sections that appear in your channel are based on the sections in the home tab of your channel.
Content ID works the same way it works in the main YouTube app/site. Copyright owners can use Content ID to identify and manage their content on YouTube. Learn more about copyright and Content ID here.