Streams Webhooks not sending hub.challenge to callback url

Greetings! Recently I’ve been working on Twitch API and faced some issues while configuring a webhook for streamings. I have a VPS, which can be accessible from both browser and Postman, but I cannot receive the hub.challenge after sending the subscription request to

VPS Configuration

The OVH VPS runs a nodejs server inside a docker container, which exposes the ports 8080 and 443. The server handles both GET and POST requests:

app.get('/twitch*', (request, response) => {
    // Should get the hub.challenge, but no response
    // Send back the hub.challenge

   key: privateKey,
   cert: certificate
}, app).listen(PORT);

Before using a nodejs server, I also implemented a Flask Python server.

from flask import Flask, request
app = Flask(__name__)

@app.route('/twitch/streams', methods=['POST','GET'])
def result():
    return 'Received !'
if __name__ == '__main__':, use_reloader=True,ssl_context=('cert.pem', 'key.pem'))

I also tried using ssl_context=“adhoc”, but with no results.

Python subscriber

A python script sends the subscription request. I tried using a library, but when I realized that I wasn’t receiving anything, I tried to implement a simple script:

import requests

p ="", 
headers = {'Client-ID': 'MyClientId', 'Authorization': 'Bearer MyAuthToken'},
params = {

print(p, p.content)

Both the simple script and the library return 202, with empty content.

I have noticed that when I start the server without using certificates, It receives some requests from Amazon’s IPs, but with 400 error and unreadable messages. Have you any clues on how to fix this? Thank you!

It looks like you’re trying to use HTTPS on port 8080 (as that’s what you’re using in the callback), that wont work as Twitch only support Webhook/EventSub callbacks on port 443 for HTTPS.

Thank you for the feedback. Actually, I just mapped the ports 443:443 in Docker and changed the Flask server to run on 443, and it is still not working. I also tried a ngrok solution and it works fine, but I need to make without it.