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9 Best Twitch Streamer Logos and How to Make Your Own [2019]

Alicia Daniels
Alicia Daniels
September 16, 2019

Want to be a Twitch streamer but no one takes you seriously with that generic profile pic? You can create your own logo for your profile instead. You don’t need any graphic design experience – all you need is the right Twitch logo maker and you can have an original design in no time, and for free! Click here to jump to the tutorial.

Need more inspiration? See a collection of famous Twitch streamer logos below.

9 Best Twitch Streamer Logos

9 Best Twitch Streamer Logos and How to Make Your Own [2019]

Logo by lahnouniomar
(hire lahnouniomar for $10)


Twitch Streamer Logo - Casual Bastards

Logo by ddt_arnulfo
(hire ddt_arnulfo for $5)

Twitch Streamer Logo - Bullaw

Logo by ayoubfaris221
(hire ayoubfaris221 for $10)

Twitch Streamer Logo - AtomicRobot76

Logo by Must.f
from DesignCrowd

Twitch Streamer Logo - CashedOwt

Logo by suryo prakadewa
from DesignCrowd

Twitch Streamer Logo from Fiverr

Logo by Tengku Shahril Norzaimi
from DesignCrowd


Twitch Streamer Logo - Lady Lynx

Logo by Vi.
from 99designs

Twitch Streamer Logo - Bee

Logo by mynameiismud
(hire mynameiismud for $45)

Twitch Streamer Logo - Parry the Wizard

Logo by khdesigner01
(hire khdesigner01 for $30)

You can easily find a Twitch logo creator online and for free. There’s no need to download any design software.

If this is your first shot at Twitch logo design, I recommend Tailor Brands. For one thing, it has a lot of prebuilt gaming icons, perfect for a quick streaming logo. That’s only one of the reasons why it gets such good reviews.

For more information about Tailor Brands, watch the video review:

Tailor Brands is ideal for first-time designers because it makes the entire process a breeze. With its easy-to-use interface and AI suggestions, you can comfortably experiment until you have a logo you like.

To get started, go to the Tailor Brands homepage. First, just enter the name you want on your logo. This could be your username, your professional name, your real name, or anything else you like.

From there, the AI will prompt you to tell a little more about yourself. Just explain what kind of streamer you are and what your goals are.

Tailor Brands screenshot - Enter your industry

Then, the Tailor Brands artificial intelligence (AI) assesses your style. Some streamers may want lots of bright colors and details in their logo, others may want something simple in black and white. To determine which kind of streamer you are, Tailor Brands shows you two example logos and asks you to pick the one you like more.

Tailor Brands screenshot - Choose your style

After a series of five choices, the AI has a better idea of what artistic styles suit you best. Within a few moments, you’ll see dozens of automatically generated logos to browse through. When you find one you like, click Customize to edit it even further.

Expert Tip: Including your name in your logo is a great way to improve your name recognition and get more followers. The trouble is, can people still read it when it’s shrunk down? Keep your name in a large, simple font to ensure it’s readable as a smaller icon.
Tailor Brands screenshot - color palettes
In the editor, you can personalize elements of your logo to make it perfect. You can change the font, wording, and colors. You even get suggested color palettes, giving you a shortcut to professional quality.
Tailor Brands screenshot - icon library


If you change your mind about your icon, you can easily change it. Search Tailor Brand’s icon library by clicking on the Icon tab, then enter keywords like “streaming” or “gaming” to find the best icons for Twitch logo design.

Here are some Twitch streamer logos I created with Tailor Brands:

Twitch streamer logo created with Tailor Brands - Khaleesy

Twitch streamer logo created with Tailor Brands - Hands-on Gamer

Twitch streamer logo created with Tailor Brands - Villainous

Expert Tip: You don’t have to use a gaming icon as your Twitch logo design – you can use whatever you want as your streaming mascot. Fantasy elements seem to be popular: dragons, orcs, wizards, and other video game staples.

Alternative DIY Twitch Logo Makers

If Tailor Brands isn’t for you, try one of these free online logo makers:

  • If you like Tailor Brands’ AI but want more options, Looka offers a similar tool that can present more choices for free.
  • If you want more accurate results with AI-generated logos, Wix Logo Maker works much like other DIY logo makers, but with more in-depth questions at the start.
  • If you need more design freedom and customization options, give DesignEvo a try.

Prefer to Have Your Logo Created by a Designer?

Some Twitch logo design trends require a little finesse – and a lot of artistic talent. Lately, more and more Twitch streamers are using cartoon versions of themselves as logos, or sometimes creating entirely new mascots based on their screen names. If you have a particular idea you want brought to life but don’t have the skill to do it yourself, you can always hire a designer.

A lot of people are nervous about hiring a designer because they think it’s expensive. And most of the times, they’d be right. But if you use a service like Fiverr, which specializes in offering professional-quality service at inexpensive prices, you can get an impressive, expertly created logo at an affordable price.

Fiverr screenshot - Twitch logo designers

On Fiverr, professional designers post an ad offering their services, and you can browse them all to find one that matches your style and budget. Simply go to the Fiverr homepage, search for “Twitch logo design” and you’ll see the top designers in the community. Click on their profiles to see if their previous work matches your criteria.

What does Fiverr offer?

  • Low prices – Because Fiverr encourages competitive prices, you can often find high-level professionals at low rates.
  • Fixed costs – There are no surprise charges or hidden fees. The entire project’s prices are finalized before you pay a cent.
  • Express results – If you need a Twitch logo in a hurry, you can choose Express delivery for a finished logo in less than 24 hours.

If you don’t mind spending a little extra, you can also hire a freelance designer at DesignCrowd, similar to Fiverr but exclusively with design work, or 99designs, which hosts a global community of some of the best designers from all over the world.

Get Inspired by Famous Twitch Streamer Logos

Need some ideas starting out? Take a look below at some of the best Twitch streamer logos and what makes them work.

Twitch streamer logo - RiotGames

The RiotGames logo is a perfect example of minimalism done right. Because Twitch logos are displayed in various sizes, often small, you want to keep your visuals simple and easy to identify.

Twitch streamer logo - SolaryFortnite

Judging by the rest of their profile page, SolaryFortnite understands the importance of colors in branding. Choose a strong color or color scheme and use it consistently for banners, buttons, site design, etc., to make your profile more recognizable.

Twitch streamer logo - LIRIK

The Twitch community has off-the-wall tastes, so something like LIRIK’s cat-person silhouette logo isn’t just acceptable, it’s applauded. If you have a unique idea for a Twitch logo design, don’t be afraid to get weird.

Twitch streamer logo - LCK

Talk about high-quality Twitch logo design – LCK’s logo is a work of art. Notice how the eagle head is really just manipulated empty space, which not only looks great but also makes the design less complex. And because their name is small, they can fit it alongside their logo.

Twitch streamer logo - xQcOW

The logo for popular streamer xQcOW takes advantage of an already-recognizable shape, the face of a gorilla, and gives it an original spin with the glasses. This creates a Twitch logo that’s both memorable and fun, as any gamer with glasses might get a laugh out of it.

Twitch streamer logo - FFearFFul

Moving on to more advanced Twitch logo designs, FFearFFul dives in head-first with its association with the letter F. Because the capital letter F appears as half of the letters in FFearFFul’s name, it makes a natural choice for the logo, and the designer added intriguing artwork in the background to keep it interesting.

Twitch streamer logo - RakanooLive

For every scary and threatening logo on Twitch, there’s one that’s equally cute. The RakanooLive logo uses basic shapes – circles and triangles – to make a simple mascot that’s coincidentally adorable. Cute mascots have big eyes. Plain and simple.

Twitch streamer logo - Method

Method’s logo is perhaps the Twitch logo that could most easily pass outside of gaming. Using its letter as its symbol (known as a “lettermark logo”), Method encourages viewers to remember the name. However, lettermarks can get dull, so Method spices it up with sharp angles, parallel lines, and incorporating negative space.

Twitch streamer logo - DrLupo

DrLupo plays into the “doctor” theme with the heart rate monitor symbol built into their logo. Notice how the colors fade, known as a “gradient” – a smart choice for making their lettermark more dynamic.

Twitch streamer logo - Ninja

Last is Ninja, one of Twitch’s most popular streamers (is it because of the logo?). While menacing ninjas are a common theme in gaming logos, this Ninja differentiates theirs with both the wavy hair on top, and the yellow bandanna (which contrasts the blue). Pay attention to the shading in this logo – even though it’s basic, it still works wonders for adding depth to the image.

What Kind of Twitch Streamer Are You?

Twitch logo designs generally fall into one of two categories: aggressive and friendly. Neither is inherently better than the other – the one you choose depends on what kind of streamer you want to be.

If you want an aggressive Twitch logo design, follow the same design principles as other sports brands. Angry animals are a common theme, as are shadowy figures. You can enhance the effect by using aggressive colors as well, like red and black. Tailor Brands lets you experiment with different options for free. Click here to try it out.

If you want a friendly Twitch logo design, feel free to create something cute and/or cuddly. These kinds of logos are best for streamers who want to develop strong relations with their followers, so friendly visuals make them seem more inviting. Couple these logos with “warm” colors like yellow and orange, or the most inviting color, light blue.

If you’d rather leave the design work to the professionals, you can find an affordable designer on Fiverr.

Need more options? Click here to discover some of the best logo design services around.

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