8 Best Streamers on Twitch
1. Ninja – 14 million followers
Richard Blevins or Ninja, as he is better known to Twitch users, is the most prolific earner on Twitch with an estimated annual income of a whopping $5.4 million. He earns at least $500,000 per month from his over 50,000 subscriptions alone.
Ninja gained massive popularity by streaming the equally popular game Fortnite daily and even hosted a game with rapper Drake and Travis Scott who broke the record for the maximum views on a single video.
Nearly 60,000 viewers watch Ninja’s live stream every week on an average. Richard used to be a professional Halo gamer before taking up Fortnite on Twitch, and he hasn’t looked back ever since with many other perks coming his way owing to his sudden success.
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2. Shroud – 6.1 million followers
Michael Grzesiek is a former professional gamer known for playing Counter-Strike: Global Offensive who became successful as an eSports gamer. Now the Canadian is better known for playing PUBG under the moniker Shroud on Twitch.
With a little over 40,000 subscribers to his channel and an average viewership of around 30 thousand per week, Shroud earns an estimated $4.4 million in yearly revenues.
He has quit playing Counter-Strike professionally, but he now splits his stream between PUBG and Fortnite. Shroud streams in English and is supported by HyperX. Find him on social media via the following links.
TimTheTatman – 3.6 million followers
imothy John Bater aka TimTheTatman is an active gamer who live streams on Twitch every day except Sundays.
Timothy mostly plays World of Warcraft, Overwatch and Counter-Strike among others and his videos garner nearly 25,000 viewers per week.
His estimated income from his near 35,000 subscriptions alone is $1.8 million a year, and along with sponsorships Ad revenues, his total yearly income goes up to $2.7 million.
DrLupo – 3.2 million followers
Benjamin Lupo is a professional gamer specializing in Fortnite and PUBG. He also used to play Destiny 2: Forsaken, Ring of Elysium and even SpongeBob Square Pants but now he is a dedicated Fortnite player. He sometimes streams Call of Duty too.
Known to Twitch users as DrLupo, he once played Fortnite along with Ninja which made him famous overnight. Now with an average of 10,000 viewers per week, he is one of the highest earners on Twitch thanks to his gaming skills.
He plays for the ASUS Republic of Gamers, and his subscriber count stands close to 20,000 for which he earns annual revenue of roughly $1.9 million- a little less than 2 million dollars.
5. DrDisRespectLIVE – 3.4 million followers
Guy Beahm is a big gamer and live streamer on Twitch where he goes by the nickname of DrDisRespectLIVE and plays for ASUS Republic Gamers team. He is popular for playing battle royale games and most notably Call of Duty- Black Ops 4.
Guy also plays League of Legends, Fortnite, and PUBG. He streams on weekdays only and has an average 15,000 views weekly. He also has quite a handsome subscriber base amounting to 32,000 which leaves him with an estimated $1.8 million at the end of the year.
With his subscriber base increasing day by day, his income can only go upwards from here on.
6. MOONMOON_OW – 759k followers
The next streamer on our list is known for playing Red Dead Redemption on Twitch and has approximately more than 17,000 subscribers to his channel. MOONMOON_OW is a professional gamer and also an anime aficionado who plays a wide range of games such as Super Mario Maker, Amnesia: The Dark Descent and Call of Cthulhu.
He goes live on Twitch at 10 am EST and 10 pm EST. He also uploads live streaming of games on YouTube where his channel has 147k subscribers. He earns just over 1 million dollars from subscriptions alone, and his projected yearly income is $1.6 million.
7. GeekandSundry – 572k followers
This channel, as the name aptly suggests, is for the inner geeks in you. The channel claims to “celebrate pop culture” all the while acting as the foremost representation of “geek voices” online. It was founded by Felicia Day who also happens to be the creator of popular web series The Guild. The channel streams in English, games such as Dungeons and Dragons, Fallout 76, Poker, Board games as well as Talk Shows and Podcasts.
GeekandSundry has more than 54 million views on their channel and an average viewership of one thousand per week.
They have a large subscribership of over 21,000 which earns them over $1.45 million. Check out their website at https://geekandsundry.com/.
8. Summit1g – 3.8 million followers
Jaryd Lazar is an American Twitch streamer who also used to be a pro Counter Strike – Global Offensive player much like Shroud. Known to his followers as summit1g, he now streams Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 and plays for the team 1G SQUAD.
With sponsorships from Monster Energy, Discord and Corsair among others, summit1g boasts of a weekly viewership of around 25,000. A minimum of 13,000 subscribers contributes to his nearly $50,000 a month earnings which amounts to roughly $1.4 million in a year.