In short, yes.
However, this answer is very dependant on the type of game you are developing. If you have a fun multiplayer game in the works, one that has unique moment-to-moment gameplay and is a blast to watch then there’s a good chance it will pick up some traction on Twitch.
If you’re currently working on a story-heavy, spoiler-filled game then a streamer outreach will potentially have a hindrance to your campaign, as once viewers have indulged in the story there’s little reason for them to actually buy your title.
This is by far the most common question we are asked when working on a streamer outreach campaign.
Unfortunately, there is no definitive answer. Streamers are free to charge what they wish for their time in playing your game. This can range from $50 per stream to $2000 per stream.
Over the years I have worked with a very large pool of streamers and know their going rates. When outreaching to new streamers I understand what’s a ‘good deal’ for your title, taking viewership, streaming categories, and community interaction into consideration.