statbits let's you integrate little bits of game statistics into your live stream chat, as well as any other application. Want a !kd command showing your overall kill/death ratio in Battlefield 4? We got you!
No need for you to build eloborate commands for your chatbot. Just tell Nightbot, Moobot or whichever bot you are using to fetch the stats from us and let us do the rest.
Skip right to building commands using our command builder
If you want to start creating and adding statbits-based commands to Nightbot, Streamlabs or StreamElements, check out our command builder. It provides a simple, graphical way of building a customized command for your chatbot of choice.
How statbits works#
The gist of what we do is this: We fetch your player statistics from a game-specific source, build a message around the raw data and send it back to you. All you need to do is send us your account defails (usually player name, id and platform) and let us know what statbit you want to receive.
Here is a simple example: Say you are Battlefield 4 player called
mister249 and you are playing on
PC. You already went and got your player/soldier id from Battlelog, which is
174803332. Providing those details, you ask us for the total amount of hours you spent playing Battlefield 4. We ask the Battlelog API for your
timePlayed value, transform it as neccessary (since Battlelog returns this value in seconds) and insert the final value into a message template. Finally, we send the message back to you so you (and your chat) read:
mister249 has played Battlefield 4 for a total of 3 hours.
- Battlefield 2 (BF2)
- Battlefield 2142 (BF2142)
- Battlefield: Bad Company 2 (BFBC2)
- Battlefield 3 (BF3)
- Battlefield 4 (BF4)
- Battlefield Hardline (BFH)
- Battlefield 1 (BF1)
- Battlefield 5 (BFV)
- Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO)
- Dota 2
- Medal of Honor Warfighter (MOHW)
- PUBG: BATTLEGROUNDS (PUBG)
- Rainbow Six Siege (R6Siege)
- World of Tanks (WoT)
- World of Warships (WoWS)
Please note: Available data sources and message templates vary from game to game. You can find more details about sources and templates here.
We offer each message template in multiple languages. Currently, the following languages are supported:
|Language||ISO 639-1 code||Machine translated|
For languages marked as machine translated, templates were translated using neural machine translation service (AWS Translate).
More games and languages are coming soon!
The best place to get help is our Discord.