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Top 10 Most Watched eSports Streamers

Posted on January 28, 2021 by Cathrine Finch

Whether you want to watch the latest CSGO tournament or just try your luck in Rainbow Six Siege betting, you will use a streaming service, and that service will be offered by a “streamer”. You can think of them as the hosts of TV channels. They will interpret the content you see on the screen and will also give you information that will be really useful if they are good at their job. As you can imagine, streaming has become very popular, and there are thousands of streamers doing this job. So, who are the most-watched ones? Which top-tier streamers do other viewers prefer to watch their content with? We have listed the most-watched esports streamers according to the number of views for you below.

Tfue

Followed By 8,628,375 people
Total Viewers 224,000,000
Viewers Per Hour 30,680

His real name is Turner Ellis Tenney, and he was born on January 2, 1998. He is an American esports player and lives in Florida. He has been actively playing video games since 2014 and is known as one of the best Fortnite players in the world. As a matter of fact, he joined the FaZe clan for a period and competed in Fortnite tournaments organized around the world. Turner has never gone to school and was homeschooled. Twitch has suspended his account multiple times due to racial slurs, and he has ongoing lawsuits with the FaZe clan. In other words, it’s possible to say that he is the “bad boy”.

Tyler1

Followed By 3,041,000 people
Total Viewers 167,000,000
Viewers Per Hour 29,448

His real name is Tyler Steinkamp, and he was born on March 7, 1995. He is an American esports player and lives in Missouri. He started playing League of Legends in 2014 and won many events. In 2016, he started streaming on Twitch. Currently, he is considered one of the best League of Legends (LoL) players in the world. However, he is also a “bad boy,” and his LoL account has been suspended by Riot Games multiple times due to the language he uses. As a matter of fact, when he insulted a Riot Games employee, he was unable to use his account from 2017 to 2018. There is a parody tournament called the “Tyler1 Championship Series” organized by him.

Nickmercs

Followed By 2,020,000 people
Total Viewers 35,200,000
Viewers Per Hour 8,475

His real name is Nick Kolcheff, and he was born on November 21, 1990. He is an American esports player and lives in Detroit. He started playing Gears of War professionally in the late 2000s. During this period, he attracted attention with his trash talk about Ninja. He had an account on Justin.tv, the predecessor of Twitch, and was one of the broadcasters with the most followers on this platform due to his aggressive gameplay style. After Twitch launched, he began playing Fortnite and joined the FaZe clan. Currently, he is actively playing Fortnite and COD Warzone.

Cloakzy

Followed By 3,073,000 people
Total Viewers 108,000,000
Viewers Per Hour 13,471

His real name is Dennis Lapore, and he was born on December 26, 1995. He is an American esports player and lives in Texas. He started his esports career playing H1Z1 and switched to Fortnite after partnering with Tfue. He set a world record in 2018 by eliminating 34 people in a single Fortnite game. He was the captain of the FaZe for a while but later left the clan. From time to time, he still streams with Tfue and 72hrs. He is mainly a Fortnite player but plays WoW Classic from time to time too.

Myth

Followed By 6,062,000 people
Total Viewers 113,000,000
Viewers Per Hour 14,667

His real name is Kyle Giersdorf and he was born on December 30, 1997. He is an American esports player and lives in Pennsylvania. He originally started eSports broadcasting on YouTube but later switched to Twitch. Since 2018, he has been participating in tournaments around the world as a member of Team SoloMid. His favorite game is Fortnite, and he says it is like chess but with weapons. In March 2019, he received an undisclosed payment to play Apex Legends alongside Ninja, and he occasionally plays Valorant too.

Bugha

Followed By 2,460,000 people
Total Viewers 50,300,000
Viewers Per Hour 20,657

His real name is Ali Kabbani, and he was born on May 24, 1999. He is an American esports player and lives in Michigan. He is one of the youngest sports athletes, and unlike many others, he mainly streams on YouTube. In 2019, he was named “Fortnite World Champion” and earned the award for “eSports Player of the Year”. He is still playing Fortnite.

Symfuhny

Followed By 2,110,000 people
Total Viewers 41,600,000
Viewers Per Hour 5,873

His real name is Mason Lanier, and he was born on December 21, 1999. He is an American esports player and lives in Texas. He started his career playing H1Z1 but soon switched to Call of Duty. After Fortnite was released, he just started playing it. He currently continues to play Fortnite as a member of the NRG Esports team.

Clix

Followed By 1,600,000 people
Total Viewers 27,700,000
Viewers Per Hour 14,828

His real name is Cody Conrod, and he was born on January 7, 2005. He is an American esports player and lives in Connecticut. He is probably the youngest sports player and has earned more than $200,000 from Fortnite tournaments so far. As a member of the NRG Esports team, he still continues to participate in Fortnite matches and broadcasts for about 3 hours each day.

Chap

Followed By 1,230,000 people
Total Viewers 34,800,000
Viewers Per Hour 5,537

His real name is Ryan Chaplo, and he was born on October 21, 1994. He is an American esports player and lives in New Jersey. He started his esports career in 2018 and joined Team Liquid. He only plays Fortnite and broadcasts for about 8 hours each day. Chap chooses to serve content exclusively for “hardcore” Fortnite fans.

Scump

Followed By 863,000 people
Total Viewers 25,000,000
Viewers Per Hour 12,787

His real name is Seth Abner, and he was born on June 30, 1995. He is an American esports player and lives in Pennsylvania. He has won gold medals in Major League Gaming twice and is considered one of the best Call of Duty players in the world. He plays all the games in the Call of Duty series and continues to participate in tournaments as a member of the NRG Esports team.


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