Top Ten Twitch Streamers To Watch In 2022


On the gaming front, we’ve selected ten of the greatest Twitch streamers for you to watch. We’ve compiled this list of Twitch personalities who will undoubtedly end up on your list once you’ve read through all of our suggestions.

People nowadays install and play a variety of video games with their families and friends. Aside from that, video games are also fantastic recreational pastimes. But what if we told you that you could make money by playing video games?

Streamers on Twitch set and achieve milestones virtually every day. Several of the best artists on the purple platform have amassed millions of daily views, which may be attributed to the massive amount of time they spend streaming.

Millions of people watch them play video games on the internet. Streamers on the Twitch platform are internet celebrities. But, out of all of them, which are the most popular on Google?

Our top ten Twitch streamers to watch in 2022 are listed below.

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Here is our list of the top 10 streamers on Twitch in no particular order.

10. NICKMERCS (6.3 million Followers)


FaZe Clan’s co-owner is one of Twitch’s most popular streamers, having a vast following of over 6 million people. NICKMERCS is a self-described gym rat that streams Competitive Shooters like Call of Duty, Apex Legends, and Halo. He is a past MLG National Champion.

9. Pokimane (8.5 million followers)


Pokimane is another of the most popular streamers on the platform, with a large following thanks to her diverse streams. She does ‘Just Chatting’ broadcasts as well as Fortnite, Valorant, and League of Legends feeds. Pokimane has her own line of merchandise and was invited to stream at the 2018 Teen Choice Awards.

8. Ninja (17.2 million followers)


Ninja, a former professional Halo player who is most known for his viral Fortnite livestream, has set numerous milestones throughout his time with Twitch. He’s also pulled off some remarkable crossovers, such as a live Fortnite stream with rapper Drake that shattered Twitch viewership records.

7. xQcOW (9.7 million followers)


From 2017 until 2019, xQcOW was a member of Team Canada at the Overwatch World Cup, and he now streams full-time on Twitch. In 2020, his popularity skyrocketed, and he’s now one of the most well-known streamers on the platform. He conducts streams where he interacts with his fans and plays a range of games.

6. TimTheTatMan (7 million followers)


TimTheTatMan has been streaming since 2012 and has amassed a Twitch following of almost 7 million people. He’s a full-time streamer from the United States, and he’s known for integrating his wife in his shows. In 2016, TimTheTatMan signed a hefty sponsorship deal with Monster Energy Drink.

5. Myth (7.4 million followers)


Myth, who rose to fame for his Fortnite streams, is now a 22-year-old FPS variety streamer who has recently dabbled in the Halo Infinite universe.  Even with all this, his roots are in Fortnite, as he recognizes in his Twitch page bio. Myth has some impressive sponsorship arrangements with Chevy and Logitech as well.

4. loltyler1 (4.7 million followers)


loltyler1, one of the more controversial Twitch streamers, is undeniably gifted. He was recognized as the world’s 13th best League of Legends player in 2014, and he still streams the game on a daily basis. Unfortunately, his streaming career has been tarnished by controversy, as a result of previous toxic behaviour that resulted in the banning of several of his accounts.

3. Rubius (10.6 million followers)


The Spanish-Norwegian Youtuber is the 13th most followed channel on Twitch, thanks to his amazing streams playing The Elder Scrolls. Rubius has a significant following on YouTube, where he plays a variety of games (37.5 million subscribers).

2. Sykkunno (3.9 million followers)


Sykkunno began his career by amassing a following on YouTube while playing League of Legends. Since then, he’s established himself as a Twitch star, routinely streaming Among Us and other games. Skykunno also lived in Los Angeles, California for a short time at the Offline TV house with other well-known streamers such as Pokimane.

1. summit1g (6 million followers)


The former pro CS:GO player now primarily streams Fortnite, but he’s had a long career on Twitch. Summit1g joined Team Mythic and competed in the ESEA Main Division in 2017, earning Duracell and G-Summit sponsorships.

Aside from the individuals mentioned above, live streaming has helped a lot of other people obtain recognition. Twitch is an online gaming platform that allows anyone to show off their gaming abilities to an audience. They are compensated for their efforts and become well-known as a result.

If you enjoy playing video games, you can also make money by live streaming them on Twitch. Twitch’s popularity has grown steadily since its beginning, and many people are finding it to be a profitable source of income.

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