Twitch just got more serious about protecting its 100 million monthly users. The popular video game livestreaming service has rolled out support for two-factor authentication, allowing customers to further fortify their accounts by requiring two forms of verification to log in. This new feature could be in response to a data breach that Twitch suffered in March, which required all users to change their passwords and re-connect any Twitter and YouTube accounts linked to their profiles.

Enabling two-factor authentication on Twitch isn’t mandatory, but recommended for those who want to keep their accounts as secure as possible. Here’s how to set it up.

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