One day, our founder, Anthony, was watching some Warzone channels on Twitch. He used an !amax command to try to find out about a player's CR-56 AMAX setup (classic 2020). In most of the channels he watched, though, when viewers asked for a player's kits in chat, they were given the link to...an ugly Google Sheet that was hard to read and interact with. Let it be known: Anthony is a web developer. As he struggled to learn about this AMAX, all he could think to himself was ”Is there not a better way to do this?” The idea for kittr was born.
Anthony quickly enlisted the help of his sister, a then-budding web designer. She was just learning the craft at the time - but Anthony promoted her to the big leagues right then and there. As it turns out Ashley is a complete all-star designer so she made all of the beautiful design for the website that you see.
Today, kittr is the kit sharing solution that video game players have been waiting for. We hope you like it as much as we do.
What we do
kittr is the place for players to easily share kits with their communities in a really nice looking way. We took it upon ourselves to enhance the Twitch experience for viewers, mods, and players alike. By providing an easy-to-use dashboard for player and moderators to create and edit kits, everyone wins!
Who we serve
Twitch players, moderators, and viewers all love using kittr because it looks great and is easy to use. But don't take our word for it. Check out our channels and watch kittr in action. We think you'll be convinced.
We strive to create a better streaming experience for Twitch player, moderators, and viewers alike. Before kittr, there wasn't a great way for player to share their kits with viewers. It's 2021 - Google Sheets just won't cut it. But don't worry, we here at kittr have got your back.