Top Twitch Streamers Who Make Money on Twitch 2021
Ninja, Tfue, Shroud, Pokimane, xQcOW, Rubius — who’s on top today? With more than 1 Trillion minutes watched over the last year, Twitch is experiencing unprecedented growth. The top 20 Twitch streamers make millions – as much as $20M or more per month for the top tier.
Over 3,500,000 are watching Twitch right now (according to Twitch.tv stats).
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Twitch is one of the most popular live video streaming portals boasting an average of 30 million daily active users and an estimated 7 million + unique broadcasters per month.
Twitch minutes watched in 2020: 1 Trillion.
Statistics show that viewers watched an astounding trillion minutes of video streaming in the last 12 months. The platform is owned by Twitch Interactive – a subsidiary of Amazon. Since Amazon repurchased the live streaming platform in 2011, it saw an overwhelming surge in popularity and is currently giving YouTube Gaming a run for its money. Twitch is the leading video streaming site in the United States, and its following has official cult status.
The videos on Twitch are either live or on demand and ranges from live video game stream to eSports broadcast and even music broadcast.
Currently, popular games such as Fortnite, PUBG, League of Legends, Call of Duty and DOTA are a permanent fixture on Twitch with many players live streaming their gameplay daily.
However, it is not all fun and games at Twitch, as streamers have a lot of options to earn money from such as subscriber fees, donations, ad revenues, and sponsorships. The money earned by some Twitch streamers just by uploading a live stream of them playing a game can put many jobs to shame and can make them wonder if they should have played video games more professionally. Here is a list of the top 20 Twitch streamers who choose to have a career in Twitch and are making millions of dollars each here. #CallofDuty #ModernWarfare #Warzone.
Here are the top Twitch streamers by followers, ranked 1 to 20.
1. Ninja – 16.6 million Twitch followers
Top streamer Ninja – AKA Richard Blevins – signed back with Twitch after a brief misadventure at Mixer, which ended in July 2020 (RIP Mixer). With 16.9 million followers, Ninja is the top of the list of earners for Twitch streamers. He signed a new multi-million dollar deal with Twitch in September 2020 and is more popular than ever. He has over 11 million active subscribers on Twitch. Since he came home to Twitch his following has increased by more than 800,000.
People ask “What is Ninja’s Net Worth?” and it is estimated conservatively to top $50M.
He used to be a professional gamer for Halo who is involved with Luminosity gaming. In the Halo World Championship held in 2016, Ninja’s team with the name ‘Renegades’ achieved high placing on Halo 5. Even more so, Ninja streams up to 80 hours every week and he is also known to have collaborated with celebrities such as Drake in the past. With his live-streamed session on Fortnite with Drake, Ninja was able to break and surpass Twitch records by gaining 635,000 simultaneous onlookers.
Ninja has also partnered with a variety of different brands as a professional streamer. His status as one of the most followed Twitch streamers has allowed him to partner with Uber Eats, Scuf Gaming, and Chuck Blevins Real Estate. The streamer also collaborated with Red Bull Esports during an exclusive Fortnite event.
Moreover, Ninja and Marshmallow participated in a Fortnite event and won the Fortnite Pro-Am event at E3 2013 after which they donated $1 million to charity. Ninja is also reported to have distributed a surplus of $50,000 in prize money to the first Fortnite Battle Royale Esports tournament.
One of Ninja’s favorite games is Fortnite, and he’s back streaming now live on Twitch. He’s also got 24.2M YouTube subscribers. Ninja brings homes millions each month with his subscriptions, followers, donations and sponsors. His sponsors on Twitch include Adidas and Red Bull.
2. Tfue – 10.2 million Twitch followers
Turner Ellis Tenney (TFUE) is the second most followed Twitch streamer with 10.2M followers and 11.8M subcribers last count. He’s gotten into some spats with Ninja, the reigning champion.
Tfue is known to be one of the streamers who are very consistent with his live streams. It is estimated that he streams on a daily basis and spends approximately 70 hours live streaming on Twitch every week.
This Twitch streamer’s channel is becoming one of the fastest-growing Twitch channels altogether and he is regarded as one of the top Twitch streamers for Fortnite especially.
Fortnite Battle Royale is Tfue’s best game. He played for FaZe Clan and his popularity grows every week. He’s got 12.1M subscribers on YouTube. Between Twitch and YouTube, TFUE is sitting pretty, financially. When people ask “What is TFUE’s net worth” it is estimated at 50M.
Tfue is signed to MAXNOMIC, a company that is known for specializing in designing and producing innovative, comfortable chairs for gamers.
3. Shroud – 9.1 million Twitch 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. When he returned to Twitch from Mixer 500,000 watched his coming-back-home to Twitch debut. His highest recorded number of concurrent viewers: 516K. was also a professional Counter-Striker player for Cloud9. The Canadian professional gamer has done live streams about 50 hours a week, where his predominant games include The Culling, PUBG, Tom Clancy’s The Division, H1Z1, and Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege.
When Shroud was just making a career for himself as a professional gamer, he was a player for teams such as Exertus, Slow Motion, Manajuma, and was part of Cloud9’s CS:GO, team. Before he moved to Twitch, he used to stream exclusively for a short while on Mixer, a gaming platform that crashed.
He also runs a YouTube channel where he uploads his streams and has done collaborations with brands such as Hyper X and Madrinas Coffee.
4. Rubius – 8.9 million Twitch Followers
El Rubius es Marveloso! One of the biggest Spanish streamers in the world, El Rubius (Ruben Doblas) stuck with Twitch when the others jumped ship to Mixer. A stand-out on Twitch since 2018, Rubius is popular globally as a Twitch and YouTube rock star. He’s got 8.8M followers on Twitch and 39.1M subscribers on YouTube on his channel “elrubiusOMG”. On Twitch he has over 8.7 billion views with an average of 71K viewers.
Rubius started putting out content over 14 years ago in 2006, with his first YouTube channel called elrubius. Elrubius was rebranded to Rubius Z in 2019, and he launched elrubiusOMG in 2011, where he primarily upload vlogs that capture his life in Spain.
With his YouTube platform, Rubius has gained more than 45 million subscribers and almost around 10 billion views across both of his channels.
Rubius returned to Twitch in 2018 where he was able to hit a historic milestone by organizing a Fortnite tournament with popular Spanish-speaking content creators and streamers, amassing over 1 million peak viewers during the event during the YTBattleRoyale.
5. Auronplay – 8.4 million Twitch followers
Auronplay is a top streamer with 8.4M followers and more than 30,000 subscriptions on Twitch, with a massive increase of 30% new followers. He’s a Spanish-speaking gamer who crushes YouTube with 26M subscribers. His YouTube videos receive 10M to 20M views each. On Twitch, he has 49M views and 62K viewers at any given time. One of his recent broadcasts pulled in 1M+ views: “Among Us || Tengo Miedo” or have fear.
Álvarez started on YouTube in 2016. AuronPlay, which is his online alias, was taken from the name of Auron who is a character in the video game Final Fantasy X. Since then, his YouTube channel has amassed over 3.5 billion total video views, and he is also recognized as the third most-subscribed YouTuber in Spain. He started his Twitch channel in 2019, where he broadcasts his gaming and puts out social content for his followers.
6. Pokimane – 7.7 million Twitch followers
As the world’s top female gamer, Pokimane has a growing following of 7.6M on Twitch. Her real name is Imane Anys but you can call her Poki or Pokimane (Poe-key-mane). She plays Fortnite and League of Legends plus streams food for entertainment and variety. And, she has her own makeup line. Her YouTube subscriber list tops 6.2M and climbing with over 450 videos to check out her mad skills. Pokimane has got over 7K subscribers on Twitch.
The Moroccan-Canadian streamer made a name for herself by playing League of Legends and doing Fortnite streams on Twitch. Moreover, she also dabbles in the Just Chatting and IRL categories, where she invites her followers to engage with her outside of the gaming world.
On her YouTube channel, she uploads content related to old gaming streams, ASMR, and vlogs.
She is also a member of Offline TV, with different content creators such as Pokimane herself, Jeremy ‘DisguisedToast’ Wang, William ‘Scarra’ Li, Lily ‘LilyPichu’ Ki, and Michael Reeves.
She started streaming in 2013 after which she earned her spot as one of the 100 most followed streamers on the platform. She achieved the Best Streamer of the Year award at The Shorty Awards in 2018. Pokimane hasn’t received any other awards besides this, however, she has continued to partner with Twitch on several different occasions and has increased her channel to one of the top 10 most followed channels on the platform.
Pokimane generates most of her net worth by creating content on both her Twitch channel as well as her YouTube channels. In addition to that, her revenue also comes from donations, ads, sponsored streams, and sponsored deals.
7. myth – 7.2 million Twitch followers
Ali Kabanni is a professional Fortnite Battle Royale gamer who is more popular as Myth, his Twitch nickname (formerly TSM_Myth). He also plays Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 but his stream of Fortnite is more viewed than his other streams.
Ali streams in English and is partnered by Dr. Pepper, HTC eSports, and Chipotle. Ali previously hosted Dakotaz, a fellow Twitch streamer, on his channel which has on average over 20,000 views per week.
Kabbani started streaming on Twitch in the year 2016 where he predominantly streamed Paragon which is a third-person multiplayer online battle arena created by Epic Games.
Paragon is no longer available though. Even after the removal of Paragon, his streams continued getting more popular by streaming Fortnite Battle Royale in the later half of the year 2017. As of January 2018. Myth amassed over 200,000 followers on Twitch and by the later half of the same year, his follower count increased to over 3.2 million.
Myth plays for Team SoloMid which includes himself, Daequan, Darryle ‘Hamlinz’ Hamlin, and Juan ‘CaMiLLs’ Camilla. He joined the team in 2018 as team captain. Myth has also participated in the Ninja Vegas Tournament in April 2018. In March 2019, Myth was paid an undisclosed amount to stream Apex Legends. He played as TSM’s team leader in the game Valorant during the series Twitch Rivals. Myth’s probable yearly income is around $11.25+ million thanks to his 5,000+ subscribers and 7.2M followers. His YouTube channel has 4.6 million subscribers and just over 700 videos. SWEET.
8. TheGrefg – 7.2 million Twitch followers
The Grefg is a top Twitch streamer with 7M followers and more than 6,400 kills and a YouTube base of 15.5M subscribers. On Twitch he’s got 8.6K active subs. A Spanish-speaking Twitch star, The Grefg also pulls in 4.1M followers on Twitter. One of his favorite sayings is “I usually talk about what I understand, what I don’t, I shut up and learn.” He’s a young top streamer born in 1997 in Murcia, Spain.
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9. TimtheTatman – 6.5 million Twitch followers
Timothy John Bater aka TimTheTatman is an active gamer who live streams on Twitch every day except Sundays. Full time all in.
Timothy mostly plays World of Warcraft, Overwatch and Counter-Strike among others and his videos garner nearly 28,000 viewers per week. With close to 28K active subscribers he is currently ranking #13 of all gamers with subscriptions. His subs are so loyal.
Bater began streaming on Twitch in 2012 and his channel has gained over 5.8 million followers since then. He started by playing and live streaming games such as Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Overwatch, Fortnite, and World of Warcraft, which successfully attracted a large number of viewers to his channel.
He is also a Monster Energy eSports athlete and is sponsored by the Audio-Technica Corporation.
He has partnered with Twitch and ever since then has become a full-time content creator on the platform after March 27, 2014. Moreover, his YouTube channel also grew to 2.7 million subscribers amassing a total of around 417 million views ever since he started streaming on Twitch.
With the release of Fortnite in 2917, his channel skyrocketed earning him a spot among the top streamers on the platform alongside Ninja and Tfue.
In 2018, he paired up with Mack Wilds in the first-ever Fortnite Celebrity Pro-Am. In December of the same year, he won the award for Fan Favorite Male Streamer/Gamer of the Year. He signed an exclusive deal with Twitch in 2019.
Moreover, he and fellow streamer appeared in the NFL 100 commercial during Super Bowl LIII along with Peyton Manning, JuJu Smith-Schuster, and Marshawn Lynch. In addition to that, he and Ninja were invited to attend Super Bowl LIII in partnership with the NFL.
He’s got 2.77M subscribers on YouTube with more than 1111 videos!! People often ask “What is TimtheTatman’s Net Worth” and it’s estimated $50M, conservatively.
His estimated income from his subscriptions plus sponsorships is $10 million a year, and along with sponsorships and Ad revenues tops $200M each year.
10. Summit1G – 5.9 million Twitch followers
Jaryd Lazar aka Summit1G is an American Twitch streamer who also used to be a pro Counter Strike – Global Offensive player much like Shroud. Summit1G net worth continues to climb. Known to his followers as summit1g, he now streams Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 and plays for the team 1G SQUAD.
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With sponsorships from Monster Energy, Discord and Corsair among others, summit1g boasts of a weekly viewership of around 28,500.With more than 43K subscribers, his earnings are estimated at $40,000 a month. Nice!
Owing to his increasing popularity among Twitch users his income is only set to soar in the coming years.
11. IBAI – 5.9 million Twitch followers
Ibai started his career in League of Legends at the age of 14. He narrated his first match in August 2014. After broadcasting for the Orange Super League he presented a late night show called “Hoy no se sale” before leaving to become exclusive with the G2 Esports team. Now he dedicates himself 100% to Twitch.
12. NickMercs – 5.7 Million Twitch Followers
Nick “Nickmercs” Kolcheff is a Fortnite Battle Royale and Call of Duty Modern Warfare top Twitch streamer with 5.4M followers and 16K average viewers and 123M views. He has 58K active subscribers placing him in the top 5 positions for total active subscribers on Twitch.
He’s a full-time professional streamer with 2.82 YouTube subscribers, signed with the FaZe clan. He was an original Justin.tv streamer in 2010, and built YouTube channel in 2011. His squad led the record in Fortnite with 54 kills that was later overtaken (59). He’s aggressive and entertaining, with high energy you can’t mistake (one of a kind).
He’s from Detroit, Michigan and also played Halo as a pro. He is a top Twitch earner with $6M in 2019; more in 2020; and he is emerging and upleveling to remain a top earner in 2021.
12. xQcOW – 5.6 million Twitch followers
Canadian YouTuber and Twitch streamer, Félix Lengyel is on a roll now with over 8M followers. Make no mistake, this guy still makes well over a million dollars from home all thanks to his 61,790+ subscribers placing him #3 for subs.
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Félix is a professional Overwatch player who played for the Dallas Fuel in the Overwatch League. He also plays Call of Duty and Just Chatting from time to time and live streams them on his Twitch channel- XQCOW. He streams in English and records an average viewer count of 12,000 per week. XQCOW joined Twitch 4 years ago and is already earning millions.
14. TommyInnit – 5.2 million Twitch followers
Thomas “Tommy” Simons, known as TommyInnit (formerly ran by Channelnutpig) is a gaming Twtich streamer from England. He’s known best for Minecraft and collaborates with top streamers. He’s one of the fastest rising stars in Minecraft streamer world. His content consists of Dream SMP, Mods, SMP Earth, Minecraft Championship, hacking, and Hypixel Skyblock videos according to Wikipidia.
15. Riotgames – 5 million Twitch followers
Riot Games is home of LoL Esports. With 5M followers on Twitch and 319K subscribers on YouTube, video game publisher Riot Games provides space for Twitch streamers to compete. Watch best archives and highlights plus League of Legends streams. With 4.4 million subscribers, earnings can be estimated over $10M each month on month.
16. Dakotaz – 4.7 million Twitch followers
Brett Hoffman joined Twitch six years ago and haven’t looked back since then. He has over 4.7 million followers on Twitch as well as 3 million subscribers on his YouTube channel.
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Dakotaz grows his following by streaming solo and with Myth, among others. This 33-year-old streams under the nickname Dakotaz and is a part of Team Solo Mid along with TSM_Myth. He started by playing WarZ videos and moved on to other survival games until he stumbled upon PUBG which boosted his viewership and number of subscribers. He’s got 6.9K active subscribers.
After Fortnite’s release, he became a professional Fortnite player and live streams it on Twitch. With an average of 17k viewers per week, Dakotaz earns over one million dollars annually.
17. alanzoka – 4.7 million Twitch followers
18. ESL_CSGO – 4.6 Million Twitch Followers
19. sypherPK – 4.6 Million Twitch Followers
Pro Fortnite content creator SypherPk with 4.6M followers and more than 70M total views is a top streamer who occasionally pairs up with top tier players including Nickmercs. On YouTube, Sypher has 4.5M subscribers. One of his hottest archives includes “Secret Car Tricks Epic Doesn’t Tell You” with more than 1.4M views.
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20. sodapoppin – 4 Million Twitch Followers
Chance Morris, AKA sodapoppin, flew up the charts this year. He’s now climbing up over 6.3M followers and boasts with one marathon weekend that nearly doubled his fans. His subscription list tops 10K and is on the rise. Keep an eye on sodapoppin, he’s definitely popping.
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So, without further delay, let’s learn more about buying Twitch followers so that you can boost your channel in the beginning and give yourself another great chance to perform well.
What Is Twitch?
Twitch is an American video live streaming service that is considered the world’s leading and premier social network for gamers.
It’s not just a game streaming platform, there is lots of other great stuff also available, but most of the content you will see here is live gaming streams.
It is operated by Twitch Interactive, a subsidiary of Amazon, as by seeking great potential in it, Amazon bought this live streaming platform in 2014 for $970 million, which is why it has been receiving popularity ever since.
Why Choose Twitch?
So, there are hundreds of reasons for choosing Twitch to earn or watch stream live games than any other platform like Vimeo, Periscope, YouNow, and Mixer, etc.
First of all, it is one of the most popular places to stream and play games with others and build a huge following of fans that are actually interested in watching your videos, as Twitch has more than 9 million broadcasters each month and 15 million average daily viewers.
It’s a massive platform to watch and interact with millions of other fans, and it also enables fans to connect with streamers from around the world.
The pretty exciting thing about choosing Twitch is that there are thousands of gamers out there who are making a decent living out of it and it’s also great for those hoping to turn their hobby into a little extra cash.
How to Make Money with Twitch?
As discussed above, with the help of Twitch, anyone can turn their hobby into extra cash, but it requires a good amount of followers and viewers.
If you have the following then here are two easy ways to make money from this popular streaming platform.
First, you can regularly stream games that people actually want to watch, and then the more people who watch your stream, the more likely they are to donate to you.
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By now, we know that Twitch is a very popular live video streaming platform and also an extensive Internet traffic origin in the United States.
This shows that there is already a lot of competition on that and if you don’t have a huge following then it is a very difficult and time-consuming process to make money and gain viewers from it.
In addition to earning, following is one of the most important elements in any social network that helps you build trust and your reputation.
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One of the biggest and most basic reasons why you need to buy Twitch followers for your channel is that initially, no one will be interested in watching your live stream videos as your followers will be fewer.
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If your channel has more followers than your competitors, who are uploading the same content as you, Twitch will rank your channel and its live streaming videos in search.
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Due to the high competition on Twitch, creating a workable or huge following has become really hard, and it can take more time than any of your other tasks.
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There is no doubt that if your channel has only 5 to 10 followers, no one will come to watch your live streams, and when no one comes, you will not receive any subscriptions or donations.
Another downside to having fewer followers on your channel is that no one goes down to check your other videos after checking your channel’s followers.
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So, buying bulk twitch followers shows that you are creating great and high-quality content and other people are liking it. Simply put, it will serve as social proof for new users.
Points to Keep in Mind When Buying Twitch Followers
Before you buy Twitch Followers from any company or website, you need to make sure that the website offers a history of best performance and that the feedback from previous clients is not negative.
Trustpilot is an excellent website that allows you to check other people’s reviews about a particular website. You will then get a clear idea of their performance and what kind of followers they offer.
Because all websites offer different price packages with different features, before choosing one you have to make sure that it is not too expensive and the pricing reflects the quality of the features.
There is no wisdom in buying Twitch followers with viewer bots. So, it is very important to make sure that a company or website has a high retention rate and that they are offering real followers in a particular niche. If so, that means you’ll find real followers based on specific interests.
Customer support in case of any trouble or issue is really a big deal and it is a good sign that the company is well known as it has spent some money in setting up this feature.
Because you’re investing in something, having access to any means of communication, such as WhatsApp, email, or a chat system, shows that you’re in the right place.
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Before paying to the website, you should first check if it is secure over HTTPS.
It is also important to know which companies offer another online payment option so that you can pay them via PayPal or Bitcoin without using credit card information.
Does Buying Twitch Followers Mean Getting Yourself into Trouble?
Surely not! You don’t have to worry about it, but only if the followers and viewers are real and of high quality.
So, make sure that the company from which you are going to buy the Twitch followers meets the above criteria, otherwise, Twitch will start thinking that you are only trying to grow your Twitch channel to make money and not to entertain the audience.
Is it illegal to buy Twitch followers?
It is not an easy task to stand out from the millions of creators on Twitch and that is what motivates us to buy Twitch followers to overcome the competition.
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Get more Twitch Followers so you can get subscriptions and turn Twitch bits to USD. Here’s our curated list of best podcasts to get Twitch Followers — whether you’re just starting out or looking to improve your game. From Twitch streaming tips to irreverent conversations, these Twitch podcasters got game.
Number of episodes: 94 Host: Ashnichrist About: this is an amazing podcast leading you to be a successful streamer, Ashni the host of this podcast, had been on twitch since 2013, and did put much effort to build a company based on helping twitch streamers, that’s why Success on Twitch doesn’t have to be hard. Every week, Ashnichrist (a Twitch Partner with 200+ avg viewers, stream coach, and author featured in Ninja’s book) gives you actionable advice to transform you into the successful live streamer you are determined to be.
Through interviews with Twitch Partners and solo episodes, Ashni uncovers what sets successful streamers apart from the rest.
Best episode: From 0 To Partner in 10 Months – Twitch Advice: This is a perfect episode of this amazing show because most people think that getting partnered on Twitch is hard! In today’s episode, Hyperion walks us through the strategy he used to grow from having ZERO online presence to being a Twitch Partner- in 10 months!
Number of episodes: 257 Host: Professor Broman About: A great podcast to listen to, broman is such a positive voice in the gaming world today. Broman makes you think about how to make the world a better place and add value to people’s lives. Great advice for streaming, content creation and life in general, this podcast is geared for content creators, anyone who games, or streams, should give this a listen, Many people in the content creation industry are willing to help and answer questions but Broman has taken it to an Amazing level of interaction and helpfulness. Listen in for advice, inspiration and real conversations about what you can do to grow in your space.
Best episode: #AskBroman 58 (Setting Goals, Long Term Thinking): This episode is EVERYTHING! We take some questions from the overnight twitter crowd and we go deep into the issues many of you are struggling with on your platforms and the mindsets preventing you from getting to a place to make a decision!
Number of episodes: 5 Host: Soulo, Denzcy, and WavyDamo About: The honesty and experience of these 3 guys hosting this podcast, makes it such an amazing podcast to listen to, they have been streaming for a long time, that’s why in the 5 episodes they made they have talked about various subjects about streaming and content creation, talks about Twitch, games, entertainment, and whatever else that happens!
Soulo does a great job keeping the conversation going, and Denczy has a thoughtful point of view that shows you that not all gamers are toxic.
Number of episodes: 36 Host: Mudcat About: You would love this podcast after listening to it, because of all the the great insights about being a streamer, the podcast hits on some great points about what streamers face as well as give some great insight from a well-respected and up and coming streamer, its all about live streaming and video game culture, also Mudcat is very entertaining and tells you the way it is he does a great job all the way around with the quality of his streams and his podcasts.
Join Mudcat as he discusses the latest trends and topics impacting streamers on popular sites like Twitch and Mixer.
Best episode: Community Building: among the 36 amazing episodes in this podcast, this is the most interesting, mudcat talks about How and why to build a good community around your stream, and that is a very important subject for any streamer.
Number of episodes: 27 Host: Join Pete Wilkins, Ben Green About: This is a super interesting podcast, well produced and definitely worth a listen, it covers all the news in the live streaming world and gives you a great advice into growing your twitch channel, Join Pete Wilkins and Ben Green weekly as they discuss news from the streaming world, advice on how to grow your stream, and interviews with special guests sharing some of the secrets behind their success.
Pete Wilkins is the creator behind Gaming Careers, a YouTube channel which has taught millions of people how to livestream and grow their audiences, Ben Green, is a familiar voice in the streaming world having previously hosted the popular Stream Key podcast.
Best episode: Why “Just Chatting” is Essential for Your Stream: StreamElements have delivered their report on the streaming industry for 2020 with some surprising insights. Join Pete and Ben as they also discuss what these results mean, esports pledging large prize pools for 2021, inconsistent moderation on Twitch, mixed reality for streamers and more.
Number of episodes:108 Host: Charlie (Vvash), Dom (ashipastrami), Josh (ChefCrondo). About: This is an amazing overall gaming podcast, the 3 hosts talk about a wide variety of subjects, like the newest games, Marvel Strike Force, twitch, and more with special guests, making it a great listen for streamers and gamers, they have tons of experience and useful insights on the gaming world, bringing you the latest news, hot takes, and opinions on the stuff they’re playing and the stuff going on in the video game world.
The Overachievers Gaming Podcast are Charlie (Vvash), Dom (ashipastrami), And Josh (ChefCrondo).
Best episode: MSF Insider 13: Milestone & Chill w/ SenRaven: This episode is ranked as the most downloaded episode of this podcast, because of the great content it provides as well as the third host joins this podcast on this episode, they had SenRaven on the podcast for the first time to talk about the Blackbolt outrage as well as shed some light on some rumors about upcoming character releases. Oh, and ChefCrondo joins us full time on the Overachievers!
Number of episodes: 116 Host: Nick About: This is one of the most amazing podcasts, The Twitch Playbook podcast will help you grow as a person AND a streamer, the episodes are short and digestible but pack a serious punch with great production value. You can really tell that a lot of effort has gone into this, such a great starting point for people who are new to twitch, because it is interesting and informative as well as easy to listen to and has real advise
Lesson from Nick and dive into the Lessons from his journey as a Twitch streamer.
Best episodes: 03 – Build Your Twitch Channel Like You’re a Secret Agent: This episode is one of the best among all the amazing episodes on this podcast, because many people doesn’t know about the great information that’s said here, one of the biggest killers of your Twitch streaming dreams is something you might be doing right now, without even realizing, watch this episode and know what it is.
Number of episodes: 313 Host Brett Yanoski, Austin Morales About This is definitely a podcast that any gamer or streamer should try, it has Great hosts that provide a ton of information in the gaming world, You can tell the honesty in their reviews are unbiased, and they have a friendship that comes through the audio, they will absolutely keep you informed and provide some laughs along the way, they dive into the games worth your time and those you likely should avoid.
They share the top headlines in the industry each week and have a long-tail discussion on a particular subject that is hot in gaming right now.
Best episode: 299: Cyberpunk 2077, The Last of Us Part 2 and The Game Awards: Cyberpunk and the last of us was two of the most interesting releases this year, and as always this podcast gives the best insights about these games before you play them, as a streamer you will enjoy knowing more about the games you will be streaming, and in this episode they have their first impressions on Cyberpunk 2077, discuss The Last of Us 2 sweeping The Game Awards and talk about all the announcements of new games at the awards show, which is such an interesting episode and one of the best on this podcast.
Number of episodes: 161 Host GreenChord About This podcast is one of the greatest, as a streamer it will give you wonderful advice, The hosts are knowledgeable and have great experience, they also give a ton of positivity into the community, you will defiantly find valuable nuggets of information that will benefit your stream, as the hosts of this podcast say Finding streaming success is hard. But you do not have to do it alone, they are here to help you along the way of your streaming path.
Join GreenChord and special streaming guests each week as we dive into the secrets behind growth on your stream!
Best episode: Streaming to Your Own Advantages ft. PimzTV: This is the latest and one of the most interesting episodes, because usually the streamer stream to entertain the audience, this episode gives you great insight on how streaming is to your advantage, and this is perfect for all the streamers that want to keep going on.
Number of episodes: 12 Host LiKwaiLao & BmxSharkArt
About This is an amazing podcast with great energy to it, if you want to start your streaming path, this is a must listen, it will give you the positivity you need to head-start with your streaming path, as the hosts who are Twitch Streamers LiKwaiLao & BmxSharkArt Interview other Streamers, Gamers, Artists, Athlete’s, & Actors alike on why they became a streamer or content creators.
Join LiKwaiLao & BmxSharkArt on their stream and podcast, for all that great energy that will inspire you to become a streamer
Best episode: FB/Twitch Streamer Thoumustgame Why do it!: this great episode has so much great vibes to it, especially because they interviewed the rising streamer Thoumustgame, the twitch Streamer Thoumustgame is following his journey & making it to Partner on Facebook gaming after being a Mixer Partner with a fire channel only to have Mixer close, to even streaming on Twitch now & coming back even Stronger.
Number of episodes: 358 Host: Adam Sharrock, Asad Syed, Dennis About: this podcast is perfect to anyone in the gaming community, gamers of any level or even streamers will enjoy this podcast and get great benefits through it, because actually Gaming Marathon is your ONE source for all the news and insight in the video game industry, Whether you’re a PC only gamer, fan of the classic Nintendo franchises, or interested in the console wars, we got you covered. Each week they will bring a review of what they’ve played and any news that is breaking or relevant when it comes to gaming.
Adam Sharrock, Asad Syed and Dennis the Cynic bring a comical and straight-forward approach to gaming news, media and reviews, They believe in no B.S. and telling it like it is.
Best episode: #252 – Gaming ResLOLutions: This is one of the best episodes made on this great podcast, because it was actually talking about 2019 gaming, which was a revolutionary year for gaming and gamers. The guys in the podcast talk about some of the games coming out that year that they’re excited about and some resolutions they’d like to stick to that year. Not Fake Game News brings up the free games on both PS Plus and Xbox Games with Gold and Sea of Thieves getting more content.
Number of episodes: 258 Host: Cat Rose About: Aside from gaming, being a streamer requires creativity and effort, especially if you are working alone, since streaming is a type of content creation, this podcast is perfect for any streamer working alone and in need of tips to keep going with the content, or if you want to start your streaming path this would be a perfect podcast for you to overcome any fear and get the best tips to start going, Cat Rose digs deep into the struggles creative introverts face and provides you with actionable tips every week. Topics tackled include: battling fear, increasing confidence, self-promotion without feeling sleazy, and overcoming procrastination.
The Creative Introvert Podcast is the podcast for creatives, makers, artists and entrepreneurs who prefer to work solo.
Best episode: CIP066: Leslie McDaniel on the INFJ Life: All the episodes in this podcast are just great for content creators, but this old website is targeting one type of personality and it was such an inspiring episode, In this episode of the Creative Introvert podcast Leslie McDaniel is interviewed, a certified professional coach who helps INFJ women bring their vision to life. She believes that few things are more powerful than someone at ease with her strengths, gifts, and quirks as she confidently lives out her purpose. With a unique combination of creative skills and experience, Leslie brings a multi-perspective approach to helping others with the accountability and support they need to move forward.
Why not improve your game! Listen to the experts and hosts on these entertaining and Twitch Rich podcasts full of tips and ways to get better at your game. Most of the hosts have a wry sense of humor so at the very least you’ll be entertained.
Get Twitch viewers the easy way with these tips. Video games are a passion instead of a pastime, for many young people all over the world and many avid gamers make a living out of it. Professional gamers have been taking part in gaming competitions around the world and earning money. However, gamers are now rushing to Twitch.tv like moths to a street lamp.
To become an affiliate, a streamer must consistently satisfy certain conditions over a period of time. A streamer should stream on different days for a considerable amount of time to be considered serious by the site. One should also reach a minimum of 50 followers and obtain an average of more than 3 viewers per stream.
Getting 50 followers is not a big deal but one must put in a lot of effort to get high average views to one’s streams. Views like followers translate to popularity and consequently to income on Twitch.
Attract Viewers To Your Twitch Channel
Attracting viewers to your channel and keeping them engaged to your content is a mighty task in and of itself. Views, thus, are so sacrosanct on Twitch that new streamers are always looking for easy ways to get them.
Attract viewers on Twitch
Well the easiest, albeit ill advised, way to earn views is by using view bots. Bots, however, are banned on Twitch and any user found using bots will be subsequently banned from the platform as well. Stay away from Twitch viewer bots!
There are platforms on the internet, such as TwitchFollowers, where you can legally buy views or even get them for free. Twitch Followers is a trusted site and strictly follows Twitch’s regulations. Here streamers can buy views or earn them via credits for free. Head over to our affiliate packages to get started!
The site employs real people and pays them to view or follow different channels.
Visit the site above and log in using your username and password. Once logged in you can check out the ‘Viewer Dashboard’ option on the left navigation pane. The dashboard shows your current credit, money value, and the required credit.
It also informs that you need at least 20,000 credits, worth $20, to request a payment from the site. The site has set a payment threshold so as to discourage fraudulent use of the platform. Read on to learn more about how you can get credits.
Shopping For Credits
Buying credits is the simplest way to earn credits and you can find the ‘Buy Credits’ option on the top of the homepage as well as on the left pane.
Click the option and you will see a new page showing the various values of credits you can buy. There are two categories- the gamer credits range from $10 to $75 in price while the mega gamer credits start from $150 and ends at $1000.
The site supports PayPal as the sole method of payment. Once you have the credits then you can buy views for your channel.
How To Get Twitch Followers Credits For Free
There is always a way to get things for free and channel views are no different. If you are unwilling to spend money on credits then you can earn them for free by just viewing or following fellow channels on Twitch.
Click on the ‘Sponsored Follows’ on the left pane on the Twitch Followers homepage. This will lead you to a new page where different channels on Twitch are listed.
Sponsored Twitch Follows
Useful information regarding the channels is also mentioned, thereby providing you with a better idea of the content and popularity of the channel.
Follow channels you like and you can earn about 25 to 50 credits, or even more, depending on the streamer.
You can also earn credits by sponsoring views. Click the ‘Sponsored Views’ option and it will take you to a new page where channels are listed.
Click the ‘View’ button below the channels you find interesting and you will get 20 to 50 credits per view. You have to regularly view the channels for a substantial amount of time to make yourself credible.
Sponsored Twitch views
The number of credits you get for following or viewing any channel is listed below each channel. Upgrade your account via one time payments to earn ten times the credits you usually earn.
Putting Twitch Credits To Good Use
Once you start to earn free credits by following or viewing channels, your objective will be to reach the payment threshold of 20,000 credits.
Having done so you can either exchange the credits for cash or you can keep on increasing your credits. The ideal way to use the credits is to buy free views for your Twitch channel.
If you want to buy channel views then click on the ‘Buy Channel Views’ option, and a new window pops up. You can select the number of channel views you want and the number of credits you will pay for each channel view.
Buy Twitch Channel Views
You need to select a minimum of 10 channel views and pay at least 40 credits per view. By choosing to buy viewers you are asking the site to pay real people, even fellow streamers, to view your channel.
Many streamers also use credits to buy Twitch followers. To do so, click on the ‘Buy Followers’ option and create a new follow sponsorship by choosing the number of followers and the credits per follow.
To Wrap It All Up
Dedication is the key to success and it applies when it comes to Twitch as well.
Whether you are following channels or viewing channels, you must do so with dedication and patience. Invest your time judiciously and your income can reach the magical six figure mark everyone dreams about.
Twitch is an online streaming platform that has taken gaming by storm with more than 1 Trillion minutes streamed on Twitch over the last year alone.
How to get Twitch followers?
Look no further! We can help. Gamers, brands, public speakers, singers, and other entertainers use Twitch as a medium to display their talent to the world. When viewers discover talent on Twitch, they decide to follow them.
As a Twitch streamer gains followers, they are more likely to make an income on the platform. And, for some users, the money they make on Twitch is life changing. It can appear very enticing to new Twitch streamers and they start looking for quick ways to get followers on Twitch.
In the past, it was only possible to gain Twitch followers organically, meaning someone would have to come across a Twitch account naturally and subsequently choose to follow it.
How to Get Twitch Followers: Organically
However, as Twitch has become more popular and technology has become more advanced, users have invented a myriad of strategies for gaining new followers.
Of course, everyone loves the idea of getting followers for free. However, doing so in the current scenario can be extremely challenging.
If you are looking to gain Twitch followers fast, you might stumble upon numerous ways to get them but not all of them are safe. Here, we’ve listed the pros and cons of 3 of the most popular ways of acquiring Twitch followers in 2021.
1. Get Twitch Followers Using Bots
A Twitch Bot, otherwise known as a Follower Bot, is one of the most popular methods for getting Twitch followers.
How to Get Followers on Twitch (or not): Twitch Viewer Bot
Traditionally, you can gain followers on Twitch by engaging with other users via conversations, comments, and emoticons within a thread on another user’s page. However, if you are looking to gain a large number of followers per day, engaging in conversation with multiple other users can be very time-consuming.
For this reason, bots were invented.
Twitch Bots can engage in conversations, plant comments, and interact with other users on Twitch. It all happens without you having to pay attention to every detail of the conversation or even having to engage yourself. You choose the specific manner and language your bot interacts in.
There is also another type of Twitch Bot that is known as a ‘Viewbot’. On Twitch, users can receive payment for placing ads on their channels and are paid according to the number of views those ads get. Viewer Bots are placed on a page in order to increase the number of views an ad receives and to also make a page appear more popular than it really is in hopes of gaining new followers.
Twitch Bots aren’t the best idea though
The idea of a Twitch bot might sound genius, and it indeed is, but it’s not always the best method for acquiring new followers. Here are the reasons, why.
First, even though you can gain Twitch followers by deploying bots into conversations, many people can identify a bot conversation and decide to stay away from the account because it does not appear legitimate.
Second, Twitch has recently cracked down on accounts using bots, implementing penalties for those found guilty.
And third, managing a suite of bots can be a time-consuming task in itself.
How to Get Twitch Followers: Viewer Bots explained
If you are interested in using bots to acquire Twitch followers, you may want to think twice before dumping all of your resources into it. Twitch bots can definitely seem exciting, they often mean bad news for the streamer and end up doing more harm than good.
If you are serious about gaining a large number of Twitch followers, there are legitimate ways of doing so, such as purchasing Twitch followers or earning them for free.
Purchasing Twitch followers sounds overwhelming and a little bit intimidating to most people, especially new users on Twitch.
However, it has been proven that buying Twitch followers is, in fact, a great way to grow your audience and get the initial traction.
Buying Twitch followers allows you to grow your followers at a rapid pace, budget your money, and stay within Twitch guidelines without risking any penalties.
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If you browse the internet, you will find that you can buy Twitch followers for varying prices. The average cost for a bundle of Twitch followers is around $20. When you buy Twitch followers, you will pay for your bundle of followers, provide a link to your Twitch channel and then see viewers show up on your profile within a few days.
Trusted sites recruit real people to watch your account, and they pay them a small fee for doing so.
And, if any of those real users unfollow your account inside of the guaranteed timeframe, it is highly likely that you get a new follower to take the place or total refund.
One of the best sites to use if you are looking to buy followers is TwitchFollowers.com. This diverse site allows you to sponsor players to view your stream. The way it works is that you sign up on the site and submit a small fee that will cover the cost of paying for users to log-in and follow/view your Twitch account.
Sponsored users are paid by the amount of time they watch a channel and which channels they are watching.
Many users looking for new followers like to use TwitchFollowers.com because they know it is a legitimate site that pays real people to follow their channel. Some of the benefits users of twitchfollowers.com have experienced include an increased number of engaged viewers, more organic follows and a quick growth of the channel.
When you buy Twitch followers, as mentioned above, it is likely that you will get more Twitch followers than you paid for from the site. Sign up now!
That is because when an account appears to be popular, it is more attractive to viewers who are looking for pages to follow. And, attractive pages get new followers first.
As you can see, buying Twitch followers is a great place to begin your Twitch journey.
It not only helps you receive followers quickly, but it also helps you to build a loyal audience that will help to maintain your income stream and popularity on the site.
So, if you are looking for a way to build your audience organically, we recommend you to purchase individual Twitch followers. You can begin with an affordable $10 plan, test the platform, and buy more if needed in the future.
3. Get Twitch Followers for Free
Undoubtedly, the most desired method for gaining Twitch followers is to do so for free.
However, if you want to pull off gaining a large number of Twitch followers in a short amount of time, it is going to take a lot of dedication and time.
To gain twitch followers for free, you will need to spend time watching other users accounts, engaging in conversations with current followers and other Twitch viewers, and setting up a system of referrals with other users who have the same goal as you.
In short, gaining Twitch followers for free can practically be a full-time job.
Unfortunately, most people who are on Twitch to make money do not have the extra time to dedicate to growing their audience in the beginning. Most of them have regular full-time jobs, relationships, and even families they need to look after. Therefore, growing their Twitch account by gaining followers for free is nearly impossible.
That’s where TwitchFollowers comes in again.
When you purchase followers on TwitchFollowers.com, you will gain several real individuals who will engage with you on your account. The few paid followers you purchase from twitchfollowers.com will help you to grow a free audience by boosting the appearance of your channel.
If you are not into the idea of investing money into your Twitch account to get followers, there is another way you can get followers for free through twitchfollowers.com.
When you log-in to the website and sign up to be a viewer, you can/will receive credits for watching other users accounts. Then, when you have enough credits built up you can choose to cash them in for money OR cash them in for followers on your account.
Many people who are leery of spending money on followers like this option because, in the end, they are not spending money from the pocket.
Purchasing Twitch followers is a very small investment that can lead to a big payoff because of its potential to gain you, real followers. And as Roy T. Bennett rightly said: “Do not fear failure but rather fear not trying.” Start off with as small as $10 dollars and see your channel growing with TwitchFollowers.com.
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Video games, streaming on Twitch and YouTube, comprise the central focus of the young generation. Young people spend a vast majority of adolescence hooked to their computer screens. The brief escape from reality, and a false sense of accomplishment, that a video game provides is largely unmatched by any other medium. Game makers are cashing in on this vulnerability and are coming up with new multiplayer role-playing games, like PUBG and Fortnite.
Welcome Fortnite Streamers to Twitch.tv
As Fortnite breaks new records for streaming, the old guns of the video gaming world, such as Call of Duty and Counter-Strike, are still going strong thus cementing the popularity of video games. One can stream their gaming on video streaming platforms for a global audience. Twitch.tv, one such online video streaming platform, allows you to earn an income by following your passion.
How Can You Make An Income On Twitch?
There are different ways to earn money on Twitch, the primary of which is through subscriptions from followers. If you have a Twitch account, then you should become a Twitch affiliate to earn from subscriptions.
To become an affiliate one must have at least 50 followers on one’s channel. Followers, on Twitch, translate to popularity. The more followers your channel has, the better is its credibility to both the audience and the platform. More followers also guarantee more views, which also contribute to your total earnings from Twitch. Earning money on Twitch may be easy but getting followers is no mean task, and there are a number of ways to do it.
Different Ways To Gain Twitch Followers
The easiest way to increase the number of followers is by using Twitch Bots. However, using Twitch Bots is highly unadvisable as though it may provide the initial grip on your channel, but it is damaging to your reputation as a streamer in the long run. Furthermore, bots of any kind are banned on Twitch.tv, and any user found using them will also be banned. So it is best to avoid bots at all cost.
Moving on, the other way to gain followers is very simple. You can buy followers from trusted sites on the internet or you can get them for free by following or viewing other channels on Twitch. TwitchFollowers.com is one such site which employs real people to follow and view channels on Twitch. Buying followers from legitimate sites is legal and greatly helps to increase your viewership and make your channel more attractive to sponsors. All you have to do is visit Twitchfollowers.com and follow the given instructions.
Click on the ‘Viewer Dashboard’ option on the left navigation pane. Here you can see your current credit, the value, required and needed credit.
The site requires you to earn at least $20 worth of credit, which is equivalent to 20,000 credits so that you can request for payment. The threshold has been set to prevent misuse of the system and also to verify your earnings.
You can also buy the credits. On top of the page, you will find the ‘Buy Credits’ tab. You can also find it in the left navigation pane.
Click on ‘Buy Credits’ option. There are Gamer credits starting from $10 up to $75. The Mega Gamer credits are for dedicated gamers, and prices start from $150 and go up to $1000. Choose the one appropriate for your channel.
PayPal is the only supported mode of payment at the moment. For every $1 you spend, you will get 1000 credits. Once you have the credits in your account, you can use them to buy either followers on Twitch or channel views.
How to earn Twitch Followers Credits For Free!
If you do not want to spend money on credits just yet, then you can always get credits for free. To get credits for simply viewing and following channels on Twitch, the process is simple and listed below:
Log in as earners from the homepage.
Then click on ‘Sponsored Follows’ on the left pane. This step will lead you to a new page where you can check out different channels which you can follow. Useful information, such as the number of viewers and subscribers and last game played, is listed below each channel.
Sponsored Twitch Follows
Follow channels you find interesting to earn credits. You can generally earn 25 to 50 credits, depending on the streamer, for each follow. The more channels you follow, the more credits you earn.
Another way to earn credits is by sponsoring views. For this go to the ‘Sponsored Views’ option on the navigation pane. Once there you will find channels you can view. Click on the ‘View’ button, given below each channel, if you want to watch a channel. You earn credits for each view, starting from 20 credits, and the number of credits you can earn by viewing a particular channel is also shown below that channel. To earn more credit, you need to watch the channels longer. Keep checking the site for new sponsorships, which are added every two hours, to increase your credits.
You can upgrade your account, by one-time payment to earn ten times more credits as well as premium benefits.
How Can You Use Credits To Gain Twitch Followers?
Once you start earning free credits by following or viewing other channels, you will aim to reach the payment threshold. Having reached the threshold you may either want to exchange your credits for cash or decide to continue earning even more credits. You may also use your credits to buy followers or views. If you trade the credits in for cash then you can reinvest the cash to buy more credits or followers from the same site, as mentioned earlier.
If you want to buy followers, then click on the ‘Buy Twitch Followers’ on the left pane. A new window pops up where you can select the number of follows you want and the credits per following. You will need to pay a minimum of 50 credits for each follow. Once you have selected the parameters, the total credits required will be shown below. If you are satisfied with it then click on ‘Create Follow Sponsorship Now’.
To buy views click on ‘Buy Channel Views’. On the pop-up window select the credits per channel view. The minimum is 40 credits per view. Also select how many channel views you want, 10 views being the least. Views are as important as followers. The average daily viewership of your channel determines your popularity as well as your credibility. With an increase in followers and viewers, your earnings will increase simultaneously.
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