Table of Contents
- 1 Twitch Sub Leaderboard
- 2 Most Subbed Twitch Streamers
- 3 1. xQcOW – 81,000+ Twitch Subscribers
- 4 2. RanbooLive – 72,000+ Twitch Subscribers
- 5 3. NICKMERCS – 62,000+ Twitch Subscribers
- 6 4. AdinRoss – 52,000+ Twitch Subscribers
- 7 5. HasanAbi – 45,000+ Twitch Subscribers
- 8 6. CriticalRole – 40,000+ Twitch Subscribers
- 9 7. IBAI – 39,000+ Twitch Subscribers
- 10 8. Summit1g – 37,000+ Twitch Subscribers
- 11 9. Ludwig – 34,000+ Twitch Subscribers
- 12 10. Gaules – 33,000+ Twitch Subscribers
- 13 11. Auronplay – 31,000+ Twitch Subscribers
- 14 12. TimTheTatman – 28,000+ Twitch Subscribers
- 15 13. Sykkuno – 27,000+ Twitch Subscribers
- 16 14. BOBBYPOFFGAMING – 25,000+ Twitch Subscribers
- 17 15. MIZKIF – 23,000+ Twitch subscribers
- 18 16. Philza – 22,000+ Twitch subscribers
- 19 17. Pestily – 21,000+ Twitch subscribers
- 20 18. MOONMOON – 21,000+ Twitch Subscribers
- 21 19. AdmiralBahroo – 20,900+ Twitch Subscribers
- 22 20. alanzoka – 20,000+ Twitch Subscribers
- 23 25. LVNDMARK – 20,000+ Twitch Subscribers
Twitch Sub Leaderboard
Twitch sub leaderboard stats are below so you can check out the most subbed Twitch streamers, right here. If you’d like to make money on Twitch, one way to do that is to obtain subscribers. TwitchFollowers.com helps you gain followers, subscribers and revenue by connecting you with like-minded streamers.
Becoming a top Twitch streamer takes dedication, personality, and consistency. Plus a gift at gaming! Here are the top Twitch streamers by subscription compiled by Twitch Followers for you!
Most Subbed Twitch Streamers
To make it to this list of Most Subbed Twitch Streamers, you’ll need at least 18,000 subscribers like leaders Ludwig and TimtheTatman.
1. xQcOW – 81,000+ Twitch Subscribers
(Félix Lengyel) xQc is sure one of the best in the game, ranking #3 across all streamers in number of subscribers, he is a French-Canadian Twitch streamer, internet personality, and a retired professional Overwatch player. Lengyel played for the Dallas Fuel in the Overwatch League, he has also played in the Overwatch World Cup for Team Canada in 2017, 2018 and 2019. Now he streams full-time on Twitch as a variety streamer.
In October 2019, Lengyel was the most watched Twitch streamer and ranked as the 29th most followed, His quirky personality and hilarious highlights (some of them became website-wide memes) exposed them to the widest audience. And now almost any hardcore Twitch fan knows who xQc is.
2. RanbooLive – 72,000+ Twitch Subscribers
Ranboo is the #2 streamer with most twitch subscribers, Ranboo started streaming in 2020, and now he has one of the biggest streams on twitch with a huge number of subscribers, viewers and followers, thanks to his unique Minecraft content. He is an American YouTuber and streamer, and he is a member of the Dream SMP.
He quickly gained traction by posting on TikTok and reached 200 YouTube subscribers on his first day, He started streaming on Twitch the next day, Punz’s raid led Ranboo to gain even more of a following, and over time he was able to talk to other well-known Minecraft streamers like Eret and Nihachu.
3. NICKMERCS – 62,000+ Twitch Subscribers
Nicholas Kolcheff, ranking #4 in number of subscribers, is better known as Nickmercs , and he is an American Twitch streamer and YouTuber for FaZe Clan who plays Fortnite: Battle Royale and Call of Duty: Warzone. Kolcheff is from Detroit, Michigan. He first built his name as a Gears of War professional in the late 2000s. He also played Halo professionally, He started streaming on Justin.tv in 2010, He created his YouTube channel in 2011 and made videos of Call of Duty and later Outlast.
In May 2019 He joined FaZe Clan; Despite offers from rival streaming services, Kolcheff said he would stay with Twitch. Kolcheff has garnered upwards of 67,000 viewers on Twitch. He is estimated to have earned $6 million in 2019 and was the 10th highest earning gamer that year.
4. AdinRoss – 52,000+ Twitch Subscribers
Adin ross is one of the most talked about streamers out there. He has been on several news as well, Adin ross is both a streamer and a youtuber with big numbers, AdinRoss first dreamed of being a full-time content creator during high school and even skipped his senior prom in order to stream, He made his first attempt at streaming in October 2018 but stopped after a couple of weeks. He then got back, in January 2019 with NBA 2K and has been streaming consistently ever since.
Adinross received Twitch partnership on April 28, 2020. He occasionally streams with other NBA 2k streamers such as Tyceno, Bronny and Annoying.
5. HasanAbi – 45,000+ Twitch Subscribers
Hasan Doğan Piker, also known as hasanabi, a very noticeable character in streaming world, with a 1.2m followers on twitch, his amazing character and his talks is what attracts a huge audience to his stream, He is currently one of the most-viewed streamers on Twitch and ranked 8th most subscribed to, in his stream he covers news and discusses politics from a left-wing perspective, and plays a variety of video games.
Piker started streaming on Twitch in March 2018, Piker has said he shifted his attention from Facebook to Twitch in order to reach a younger audience.
6. CriticalRole – 40,000+ Twitch Subscribers
Number 12 on the list is Critical Role which is an American web series in which a group of professional voice actors play Dungeons & Dragons. The show started streaming partway through the cast’s first campaign in March 2015. It ended in October 2017 after 115 episodes, and campaign two, which is still ongoing, started in January 2018.
They have a big fan base on twitch, with 717K followers, and thanks to their big community and subscriber only streams, they are now on the most subscribed to list, the series is broadcasted on Thursdays on the Critical Role Twitch channel, with the video on demand (VOD) being available to Twitch subscribers immediately after the broadcast. The VODs are made available for the public on Critical Role’s website and uploaded to their YouTube channel on the Monday after the live stream.
7. IBAI – 39,000+ Twitch Subscribers
Ibai Llanos Garatea, known as ibai, he is a Spanish internet celebrity, streamer and esports commentator, he creats content on both Twitch and Youtube, he also has one of the biggest followers base, currently being 5.7 Million followers, and he had been a presenter for G2 Esports, until 2021, and he also streams full-time on twitch, he had built a great career through his years in gaming, now he has many followers, and on the most subscribed to list.
8. Summit1g – 37,000+ Twitch Subscribers
Jaryd Russell Lazar, more commonly known by his online alias summit1g, he is one of the most well known streamers, and ranked #5 in number of subscribers, thanks to his attracting content and being a former professional player, he is an American Twitch streamer and a retired competitive Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player who formerly played for professional esports teams A51 and Mythic.
After retiring from competitive esports, Jaryd became a well-known streamer on Twitch a variety of video games, in 2018, Jaryd became the most-followed channel on Twitch, as of 2021 he is ranked as the ninth-most-followed streamer on the platform.
9. Ludwig – 34,000+ Twitch Subscribers
Ludwig is the #1 streamer in a number of subscribers, and that comes from his impressive streaming and gaming career; he is an American Twitch streamer, YouTuber, and esports commentator and competitor. He is best known for his livestreams on Twitch, where he broadcasts video game-related content as well as non-video game-related content such as game shows, contests, and gambling.
He is also known for his work as an esports commentator at various Super Smash Bros. Melee tournaments. Since he started streaming in 2019, Ludwig Ahgren has become one of the largest streamers on Twitch.
10. Gaules – 33,000+ Twitch Subscribers
Alexandre “gAuLeS” Borba, is a phenomenon in the streaming world, he has one of the toughest career stories, He was a professional CS 1.6 player, now ranking #6 in the number of subscribers, For many, Gaules is a name that evokes the constant news of viewability records and emotional YouTube videos, He launched his first stream in January 2018. At that time, Alexandre had no money for living, In the early days, he would broadcast for 5-10 people.
He was playing CS:GO, watching matches and talking about his career and the players he knew. Alexandre would be one of the most significant figures in esports history. Now Alexandre “Gaules” Borba is the main Brazilian CS:GO streamer, whose journey was from deep depression to global popularity.
11. Auronplay – 31,000+ Twitch Subscribers
Raúl Álvarez Genes, better known by his online alias AuronPlay, he has a well-known stream on twitch, and he is also very popular on youtube for his vlogs, gaming content, and reactions, Álvarez joined YouTube in 2006.
He dedicated himself to uploading videos full-time after leaving his job as a printing shop worker, Álvarez started a Twitch channel in September 2019, where he has broadcast gaming and social content, he is the third most-subscribed YouTuber in Spain, with over 27.1 million subscribers, and operating the sixth most-followed Twitch channel in the world, and now on the most subscribed to list.
12. TimTheTatman – 28,000+ Twitch Subscribers
Timothy John Betar, better known by his online alias TimTheTatman, He started streaming on twitch since some years now, and gained a whole lot of fan and follower base, he is defiantly one of the respected old streamers, he is an American Twitch streamer and internet personality, Betar started streaming on Twitch in 2012 and has amassed over 5.8 million followers since.
Broadcasting games such as Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Overwatch, Fortnite, and World of Warcraft, the variety channel attracts thousands of viewers each day.
13. Sykkuno – 27,000+ Twitch Subscribers
Thomas, better known by his online alias Sykkuno, one of the most unique is an American Twitch streamers and YouTubers . He is mostly known for his livestreams on Twitch, As of April 2021 he is the 38th most-followed channel, with almost 3.2 Million followers, and now he is top 11 subscribed to channel twitch, Sykkuno began streaming on a regular basis in April of 2019 after being convinced to do so by fellow streamer and OfflineTV member LilyPichu.
He quickly gained popularity on the platform, with many attributing his calm, laid-back demeanor as a factor, Sykkuno also began creating video content for the online game League of Legends back in 2011 on YouTube.
14. BOBBYPOFFGAMING – 25,000+ Twitch Subscribers
When BobbyPoffGaming was a kid, his uncle bought him a PlayStation and that got him started!! He became awesome at Nintendo and Xbox before taking to Twitch streaming as a rock star. He plays basketball and soccer when he has time but takes being on the leaderboards for CoD: BlackOps 4 Battle Royale. Ninja inspired him! His income is estimated around $75K USD per month. Gaming is good.
15. MIZKIF – 23,000+ Twitch subscribers
Mizkif always likes to make people laugh but went after the money and a college degree. The day before he was supposed to start college, he got sick! They discovered a virus in his heart that could render him lifeless at any moment in time. This sent him into a reevaluation of his life, and he chose to stream instead of college. He started on YouTube with funny videos. He began to attract thousands of viewers, but he wasn’t making money!! He moved to Twitch in 2018 and things changed. He got his break watching Pokelalws play Marbles on Stream. Twitch became home and he never looked back. His channel is not appropriate for children, though.
16. Philza – 22,000+ Twitch subscribers
Philip “Phil” Watson, better known online as Philza, is an English Twitch streamer and YouTuber, he is one of the best Minecraft content creator, thanks to his hardcore Minecraft world that lasted 5 years, before dying to a spider while attempting to kill a baby zombie mob in a cave.
Phill is a part of Sleepyboisinc along with Wilbur Soot, Technoblade, and TommyInnit.On his Twitch channel, Philza has over 2 million followers and has over 10 million total views. He mainly streams himself playing Minecraft hardcore survival. He occasionally streams during Minecraft events such as Minecraft Championships.
17. Pestily – 21,000+ Twitch subscribers
Paul, otherwise known as Pestily is a partnered Twitch broadcaster. He’s a former Australian military member. Pestily celebrates whenever he hits a milestone. One of his most known successes is with Escape from Tarkov and he’s hit 90,000+ viewers on one stream. On the first week of January 2021 he peaked over 100,000 viewers and this translated into subscribers and followers, alike. He’s also hot on YouTube, where he thrives and he’s been on podcasts with Escape from Tarkov developers. How does it get any better?!
18. MOONMOON – 21,000+ Twitch Subscribers
“MOONMOON” (Jesse) is a full-time American variety streamer, he has one of the most popular twitch streams, a frequently asked question about Jesse is how did he get famous?
MOONMOON has kept all the important details about his childhood hidden from the public eyes, including names and vocations of his parents, where he grew up and if he has any siblings or not. MOONMOON created his Twitch channel and began streaming games that he plays, starting with Overwatch which brought him instant fame. The number of followers on his Twitch was raising slowly, but now he has 1.1 Million followers on his twitch.
19. AdmiralBahroo – 20,900+ Twitch Subscribers
He says “I play the game and I try to be funny.”
20. alanzoka – 20,000+ Twitch Subscribers
alanzoka is a top Twitch streamer with more than 4.8 million followers. alanzoka streams Red Dead Redemption 2 an dcan be found on YouTube at youtube.com/alanzoka.
25. LVNDMARK – 20,000+ Twitch Subscribers
Tony or best known as lvndmark, is definitely a twitch star, although for the most part he streams only Escape from Tarkov, but he had always done great at it, and it attracts his followers, he only actually started playing it in 2017. He quickly fell in love with EFT as he felt that it was far more challenging than any of the games that he had played in the past, He started streaming on Twitch in April 2019 and set up his YouTube account at May 2019.
He quickly made a name for himself as one of the top ranked EFT streamers, with consistently high kill-counts. However, his channel really saw significant growth in the wake of the 2020 Covid-19 lockdown, when he went from 30,000 Twitch followers on March 24 to over 180,000 followers by mid-June and now reached 550K.