We all have our favourite streamers. Twitch is full of colourful personalities sharing their experiences, but when it comes to the biggest streamers, the stats don’t lie.
Despite ditching Twitch for the now defunct Mixer in August 2019, Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins still has the highest number of followers with 14.7 million on the purple platform.
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His rival streamers are quickly gaining on his follower count, but it might be some time before a new champion emerges.
Hot on his heels is Turner ‘Tfue’ Tenney, who is the most followed active streamer on the planet with 8.5 million followers.
While he’s accumulated a lot of followers over the years with his impressive Fortnite gameplay, he’s experimenting with other games and it’s paying off.
Michael ‘shroud’ Grzesiek might have moved to the now obsolete Mixer last year, but he’s still one of the biggest streamers on Twitch.
The former CS:GO pro has amassed seven million followers during his streaming career, but his platform has been dormant for a while.
Ali ‘Myth’ Kabbani has been climbing the ranks on Twitch for a while and now sits at 6.6 million followers.
The TSM man, who streams a variety of games like Valorant, Apex Legends, and Hyper Scape nowadays, made his name through Fortnite.
Jaryd ‘Summit1g’ Lazar is one of Twitch’s biggest stars and at one point, he was the platform’s most followed streamer.
He’s slipped somewhat in the ratings recently, boasting just 5.3 million followers, but he’s still as dedicated as ever.
Rubén ‘Rubius’ Gundersen is a Spanish-Norweigan YouTuber who switched over to Twitch in 2018.
His Grand Theft Auto V RP focused channel has grown massively over the years and currently sits at 5.2 million followers.
Imane ‘Pokimane’ Anys is widely regarded as one of the most successful female streamers.
Previously a League of Legends cosplayer, Pokimane noticed a gap in the market on Twitch and dropped her degree in Chemical Engineering to pursue streaming full-time. Her channel currently stands at 5.2 million followers.
Timothy ‘TimTheTatman’ Betar made a name for himself by playing everything from Overwatch to World of Warcraft.
Although he’s a variety streamer at heart, his popularity on Twitch really boomed with Fortnite and he’s now got just over five million followers.
It wouldn’t be a biggest streamers guide without Guy Beahm’s character would it? Dr DisRespect’s larger than life persona made him one of the most popular streamers on Twitch.
However, a permanent Twitch ban means he won’t be returning to his 4.4 million followers any time soon, so the Champions Club will have to find a new home.