How Do You Link a Discord Server to a Roblox Game?


Heather Bennett

Welcome to this tutorial on how to link a Discord server to a Roblox game! If you are a game developer or a community manager, integrating Discord into your Roblox game can be an excellent way to enhance communication and engagement with your players.

In this article, we will walk you through the steps to achieve this integration. So let’s get started!

Step 1: Create a Discord Server

The first step is to create a Discord server if you haven’t already. Discord provides a user-friendly platform for creating and managing servers for various communities. Follow these steps:

  1. Go to the Discord website: Open your favorite web browser and navigate to
  2. Create an account or log in: If you don’t have a Discord account, click on the “Login” button and then choose “Register” to create one. Otherwise, log in using your existing credentials.
  3. Create a server: Once logged in, click on the “+” icon on the left-hand side of the screen and select “Create My Own” or “New Server” from the drop-down menu.
  4. Name your server: Give your server a unique name that represents your Roblox game community.
  5. Add channels: Customize your server by adding different channels for text chat, voice chat, announcements, etc.

    You can do this by clicking on the “+” icon next to “Text Channels” or “Voice Channels. “

Step 2: Obtain Your Discord Server ID

To link your Roblox game with your Discord server, you’ll need its unique server ID. Follow these steps to obtain it:

  1. Enable Developer Mode: Open your Discord client and go to “User Settings” by clicking on the gear icon at the bottom-left corner.
  2. Enable Developer Mode: In the “User Settings” menu, navigate to the “Advanced” section and toggle on the “Developer Mode” option.
  3. Copy Server ID: Once Developer Mode is enabled, right-click on your server’s name in the server list and select “Copy ID.”

Step 3: Configure Your Roblox Game

Now that you have your Discord server set up and its ID copied, it’s time to configure your Roblox game to link with Discord. Here’s what you need to do:

  1. Edit your game in Roblox Studio: Open Roblox Studio and load the game you want to link with Discord.
  2. Add a Script: In the Explorer tab, find or create a script that will handle the integration. Right-click on it and select “Insert Object.”
  3. Select a Service: In the Insert Object window, choose “ModuleScript” from the list of services.
  4. Edit the Script: Double-click on the newly inserted ModuleScript to open its code editor.

The following code snippet demonstrates how to utilize Lua scripting language within Roblox Studio. Replace ‘YOUR_SERVER_ID’ with your actual Discord server ID:

local HttpService = game:GetService("HttpService")
local url = ""
-- Function to send a message to Discord
function sendMessageToDiscord(message)
    local data = {
        ["content"] = message
    HttpService:PostAsync(url, HttpService:JSONEncode(data))
-- Example usage
sendMessageToDiscord("Hello, Discord!")

Step 4: Test the Integration

Now that you have completed the setup, it’s time to test the integration between your Roblox game and your Discord server. To do this, follow these steps:

  1. Save and publish your game: Make sure to save your changes in Roblox Studio and publish your game so that others can access it.
  2. Launch the game: Open Roblox Player and launch your game.
  3. Check Discord: Go to your Discord server and verify if the integration is working by checking if messages sent from the game are appearing in the desired channel.


Congratulations! You have successfully linked your Discord server to your Roblox game.

Now you can enjoy seamless communication with your players using Discord’s powerful features. Feel free to explore more advanced options like sending embeds or integrating specific events within your game. Happy developing!

I hope you found this tutorial helpful! If you have any questions or need further assistance, please let me know in the comments below.

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