Enter a Steam profile URL to find the Steam ID.
Once you have set yourself a Steam vanity profile URL (for example: http://steamcommunity.com/id/yourname) it's hard to work out what your unique Steam identifier (aka Steam64 ID) is. It's possible to look your ID up in the console of some Steam games but this is awkward and cumbersome.
We thought that gamers could benefit from a simple way of getting their ID's so we created this utility. Using it you can quickly get your Steam ID and copy it for use on other systems such as voice chat, Twitch and so on. Just enter your profile URL above and our tool will return your identification number. It's that easy!
Your Steam ID is a unique number assigned to you by the Steam gaming system. When you first create a Steam game account, your Steam ID is part of your profile URL e.g. http://steamcommunity.com/id/123456789. However, most experienced gamers like to take the opportunity to create a custom Steam profile URL such as http://steamcommunity.com/id/yourhandle. This is great, and makes it easy to remember your profile URL but it's not so great if you later need to get your Steam ID.
A typical Steam ID looks like this: STEAM_0:1:12345678.
No. There's no harm at all in letting everyone know what your Steam ID is. Friends and other players can use it to add you to online gaming leagues, games competitions and so on.
A lot of games forums ask for your Steam ID when you sign up, to verify you and to match you with your Steam account. So, it's a good idea to keep steam64.com bookmarked so that you can quickly find your ID when needed.
Sometimes Steam Support will ask you for your Steam ID when you make a support request to them.
If you're using Twitch or a live chat system you'll often need to know your Steam ID for handing out to fellow teammates. Our Steam ID finder is really handy for these uses too.
If you're looking for information about another Steam player it's really handy to know their Steam ID as well as their Steam handle. Simply Googling them using their ID works well.
A lot of leagues will ask you to enter your Steam ID when you register as a player.
If you're not seeing your Steam ID returned by this tool, make sure that you are entering your complete profile URL. It should look something like http://steamcommunity.com/id/mysteamname. If your URL has numbers in it (example: http://steamcommunity.com/id/123456789)
Steam is an online gaming and distribution platform from the folks at Valve Corporation. It's a great platform for the distribution of leading titles such as CounterStrike, DOTA2 and Half-Life but it's also a really good way for smaller indy game makers to get noticed and distribute their games. As of Feb 2016 there are over 7500 titles on Steam and there are over 125,000,000 active players.
Yes, in most Valve games you can:
Please note: This Steam ID Finder is not in any way affiliated with Valve Corporation or any of their games - this is just a handy little tool to help people find their SteamID's.