steamid

class steam.steamid.SteamID(*args, **kwargs)

Bases: long

Object for converting steamID to its’ various representations

SteamID()  # invalid steamid
SteamID(12345)  # accountid
SteamID('12345')
SteamID(id=12345, type='Invalid', universe='Invalid', instance=0)
SteamID(103582791429521412)  # steam64
SteamID('103582791429521412')
SteamID('STEAM_1:0:2')  # steam2
SteamID('[g:1:4]')  # steam3
class EType

Bases: steam.enums.base.SteamIntEnum

reference to EType

AnonGameServer = <EType.AnonGameServer: 4>
AnonUser = <EType.AnonUser: 10>
Chat = <EType.Chat: 8>
Clan = <EType.Clan: 7>
ConsoleUser = <EType.ConsoleUser: 9>
ContentServer = <EType.ContentServer: 6>
GameServer = <EType.GameServer: 3>
Individual = <EType.Individual: 1>
Invalid = <EType.Invalid: 0>
Max = <EType.Max: 11>
Multiseat = <EType.Multiseat: 2>
Pending = <EType.Pending: 5>
class SteamID.EUniverse

Bases: steam.enums.base.SteamIntEnum

reference to EUniverse

Beta = <EUniverse.Beta: 2>
Dev = <EUniverse.Dev: 4>
Internal = <EUniverse.Internal: 3>
Invalid = <EUniverse.Invalid: 0>
Max = <EUniverse.Max: 5>
Public = <EUniverse.Public: 1>
SteamID.id
Returns:account id
Return type:int
SteamID.instance
Return type:int
SteamID.type
Return type:steam.enum.EType
SteamID.universe
Return type:steam.enum.EUniverse
SteamID.as_32
Returns:account id
Return type:int
SteamID.as_64
Returns:steam64 format
Return type:int
SteamID.as_steam2
Returns:steam2 format (e.g STEAM_1:0:1234)
Return type:str

Note

STEAM_X:Y:Z. The value of X should represent the universe, or 1 for Public. However, there was a bug in GoldSrc and Orange Box games and X was 0. If you need that format use SteamID.as_steam2_zero

SteamID.as_steam2_zero

For GoldSrc and Orange Box games. See SteamID.as_steam2

Returns:steam2 format (e.g STEAM_0:0:1234)
Return type:str
SteamID.as_steam3
Returns:steam3 format (e.g [U:1:1234])
Return type:str
SteamID.community_url
Returns:e.g https://steamcommunity.com/profiles/123456789
Return type:str
SteamID.is_valid()
Return type:bool
static SteamID.from_url(url, http_timeout=30)

Takes Steam community url and returns a SteamID instance or None

See steam64_from_url() for details

Parameters:
  • url (str) – steam community url
  • http_timeout (int) – how long to wait on http request before turning None
Returns:

SteamID instance

Return type:

steam.SteamID or None

steam.steamid.steam2_to_tuple(value)
Parameters:value (str) – steam2 (e.g. STEAM_1:0:1234)
Returns:(accountid, type, universe, instance)
Return type:tuple or None

Note

The universe will be always set to 1. See SteamID.as_steam2

steam.steamid.steam3_to_tuple(value)
Parameters:value (str) – steam3 (e.g. [U:1:1234])
Returns:(accountid, type, universe, instance)
Return type:tuple or None
steam.steamid.steam64_from_url(url, http_timeout=30)

Takes a Steam Community url and returns steam64 or None

Note

Each call makes a http request to steamcommunity.com

Note

For a reliable resolving of vanity urls use ISteamUser.ResolveVanityURL web api

Parameters:
  • url (str) – steam community url
  • http_timeout (int) – how long to wait on http request before turning None
Returns:

steam64, or None if steamcommunity.com is down

Return type:

int or None

Example URLs:

https://steamcommunity.com/gid/[g:1:4]
https://steamcommunity.com/gid/103582791429521412
https://steamcommunity.com/groups/Valve
https://steamcommunity.com/profiles/[U:1:12]
https://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561197960265740
https://steamcommunity.com/id/johnc
steam.steamid.from_url(url, http_timeout=30)

Takes Steam community url and returns a SteamID instance or None

See steam64_from_url() for details

Parameters:
  • url (str) – steam community url
  • http_timeout (int) – how long to wait on http request before turning None
Returns:

SteamID instance

Return type:

steam.SteamID or None