OK… this info will be present on the channel that “received” the raid… which could be a random channel.
My main point here is to be a moderator of a channel and capture when a RAID has been performed but looking for that into the SOURCE channel not in the Destination channel.
If you are a mod
You can generate an access token for yourself
Then use the chat topic of chat_moderator_actions.yourID.channelID
Then when someone in channelID starts a raid you will get a message along the lines of
Hey! Me and @CrazySpy implemented PubSub in our app the way you said and it works like a charm, every chat command. Thanks!
I wonder if there is a way to capture outbound raids that are fired through the twitch dashboard…
Our use case is a group of streamers and we really need to know when a member perform a raid to a channel that isn’t part of our group.
Unfortunately doing it through the dashboard doesn’t fire anything in the PubSub or IRC… At least nothing that i could found.
Capturing chat commands with pubsub and joining the target channel in IRC to capture the raid event being completed will have to do for now. Thanks for the great help on the pubsub
I believe that to fire a raid you do need to be a channel editor. I’m looking only to receive the raid event, no need to perform any action on the channel. I think i should be able to do that even without any permission in the channel…