Superchats on YouTube work by allowing users to pay to have their message highlighted in a chat for a set period of time. This can be done by clicking on the “Super Chat” button next to the “Share” button on a live stream, and then selecting the amount you want to pay.
Your message will then be highlighted in the chat for up to five hours, and will be shown in a different color than regular messages. During that time, the broadcaster will be able to see how much money has been sent for that Super Chat, as well as the name of the person who sent it.
Superchats are currently available to viewers in over 20 countries, and can be used to support broadcasters in a number of ways, such as helping them to pay for new equipment or to cover the costs of running a live stream.
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Superchats are a way of directly supporting YouTube creators with your wallet. By sending a Superchat, you can ensure that your message is displayed prominently in the chatroom for the duration of the live stream.
Superchats work by sending a payment directly to the creator’s channel. The creator then receives a notification that you’ve sent them a Superchat, and they can choose to highlight your message in the chatroom.
To send a Superchat, just look for the dollar sign ($) in the live chat and click it. You can then enter the amount you’d like to send. Keep in mind that Superchats are paid by the minute, so your message will stay at the top of the chat for as long as you’ve paid for it.