Twitch is perhaps the most popular game streaming platform watched by millions, as evident by the followings of some of its biggest streamers.
In this article, we’re going over the top 25 most followed Twitch streamers.
Ninja (16.7 Million)
At 16.7 million followers, Ninja is the most followed streamer on Twitch right now. He mainly streams Valorant but you can see him playing Fortnite or League of Legends as well.
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Tfue (10 Million)
Tfue comes in as the second most followed streamer on Twitch. You can catch him playing Minecraft or Fortnite.
Shroud (8.9 Million)
Shroud is another famous streamer and previously a CSGO pro. He mostly plays Valorant now but you can catch him playing Rust, World of Warcraft or Escape from Tarkov.
Rubius (8.2 Million)
Rubius is a Spanish streamer who streams a lot of games including Rust, Chess and Marbles on Stream.
xQcOW (7.6 Million)
xQcOW streams games like GTA V, Minecraft, Valorant, Call of Duty and Escape from Tarkov.
Myth (7.3 Million)
Myth is a Valorant streamer who often streams other games such as Chess, Fortnite and Rust.
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Auronplay (7.3 Million)
Another Spanish streamer, Auronplay streams a variety of games such as Among Us, Rust, Detroit: Become Human ad Parkitect.
Pokimane (7.2 Million)
Pokimane streams multiple games such as Valorant, Among Us, Chess and Rust.
TheGrefg (6.6 Million)
TheGrefg is a Fortnite streamer who streams games like Garena Free Fire and Rust as well.
TimTheTatman (6.1 Million)
TimTheTatman is another well known and fun to watch streamer. He streams Call of Duty: Warzone and Valorant.
Sodapoppin (5.9 Million)
Sodapopping streams Dungeons and Dragons, GTA V, Terraria, Wanba Warriors and Overwatch.
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Summit1g (5.8 Million)
Summit1g is a rather well-known Escape from Tarkov streamer. He’s been streaming for over eight years now and claims to be quite good at puzzle games.
Ibai (5.1 Million)
ibai is a fun streamer who streams indie games such as Gartic Phone, Sports, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire and Project Winter.
Nickmercs (5.1 Million)
Nickmercs is a Call of Duty: Warzone streamer who often streams Fortnite, Halo as well as fitness and health content.
Riot Games (5 Million)
This is the official Twitch channel for Riot Games and streams well, all of Riot’s games and any gaming-related events.
Dakotaz (4.7 Million)
Dakotaz streams a variety of games such as Among Us, Fortnite, Dead by Daylight and GeoGuesser.
Alanzoka (4.4 Million)
Alanzoka streams games such as Destruction AllStars, Devour, Valheim and Warewolf: The Apocalypse.
DrLupo (4.4 Million)
DrLupo mainly streams Escape from Tarkov but also streams other games like Ultimate Chicken Horse from time to time.
ESL_CSGO (4.3 Million)
If you have realised already, this is the official Twitch channel of ESL CSGO and streams, well CSGO tournaments.
SypherPK (4.3 Million)
SypherPK streams games such as Fortnite, Call of Duty: Warzone, Among Us and can often be spotted with other popular Twitch streamers.
Loltyler1 (4.1 Million)
Loltyler 1 is a League of Legends player who can often be spotted playing Valorant as well.
Fresh (4 Million)
Fresh mostly streams Fortnite, but you can catch him playing Apex Legends and Valorant as well.
Bugha (3.9 Million)
Kyle ‘Bugha’ Giersdorf is a 17-year-old Fortnite streamer who shot to fame in 2019. He plays for the Sentinels esports organisation and has been crowned Fortnite World Champion in 2019.
TSM_Daequan (3.8 Million)
TSM_Daequan streams Bombergrounds: Battle Royale and that’s all his channel says so you can take a guess.
Mongraal (3.8 Million)
Mongraal is a Fortnite streamer who often streams World of Warcraft and Rust as well.
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