Top 10 Most Popular Twitch Streamers 2022

Top 10 Most Popular Twitch Streamers 2022 – Everyone has their own list of personal favorites – but no matter whether you prefer streamers or watch international streamers, the current statistics show exactly who is currently enjoying great popularity on Twitch.

We once selected the top 10 Twitch streamers with the most followers at the moment and presented them in a short portrait.

Top 10 Most Popular Twitch Streamers

#1 – NINJA

The undisputed number one on Twitch – and has been for many years – is and remains Richard Tyler “Ninja” Blevins with currently 18.3 Million followers. Probably the best-known streamer in the world gained popularity through Fortnite, but was previously known as a professional Halo 3 player since 2009. In the meantime, he has greatly expanded his branding and is shown as a partner on Redbull drinks, among other things, owns his own book and has also appeared on many different talk and game shows in the USA.

Twitch Followers: 18,298,585

Twitch Views: 572,461,481


Raúl Álvarez “AuronPlay” Genes is one of the most famous Spanish Twitch personality and YouTuber. He is best known for his vlogs and IRL streams, and it was his often sarcastic comments that got more and more viewers tuning in and clicking on his videos. With13.4 million followers, he is currently the second largest streamer in Spain and a major player on Twitch.

Twitch Followers: 13,396,816

Twitch Views: 262,821,738


Almost everyone in the gaming scene has heard of Rubén DOblas “Rubius” Gundersen: His YouTube channel is one of the 50 largest channels in the world. In 2016, one of his tweets became the most retweeted tweet in the world. In addition, he is a regular on Twitch, where he is known for various games. Since he only streams in Spanish, it’s all the more impressive that he’s in the top 3 with 13 million followers.

Twitch Followers: 12,536,703

Twitch Views: 273,180,519

#4 – IBAI

Spanish streamer Ibai Llanos “Ibai” Garatea isn’t exactly known for his work on his own channels, although his YouTube channels and Twitch platform (11.4 million followers) are named here for a reason. But he was able to make a name for himself as a moderator for League of Legends for many years before moving to Fortnite and, since 2019, to FIFA.

Twitch Followers: 11,360,007

Twitch Views: 359,339,108

#5 – TFUE

With 11 million followers, Turner “Tfue” Tenney is easily the number two on Twitch, despite his young age. The streamer, who was only born in 1998, started his way in shooters like Call of Duty and H1Z1, but only made his breakthrough by switching to Fortnite. He also received a strong influx of followers through his lawsuit against his former e-sports organization “FaZe Clan”, in which he accused his former employer of, among other things, compulsion to gamble illegally and consume alcohol.

Twitch Followers: 11,148,609

Twitch Views: 310,427,076


Well known in the FPS scene, Michael “Shroud” Grzesiek started his career as a professional CS:GO player and just rose to fame as a member of the eSports team “Cloud9”. While he was already irregularly active as a streamer on Twitch during his active career, he only started as a full-time streamer in 2017. He joined Microsoft’s Mixer platform alongside Tyler “Ninja” Blevins from Twitch in 2019, but it closed a year later. Since then he has been active again on Twitch and has now accumulated 10.3 million followers.

Twitch Followers: 10,258,499

Twitch Views: 570,770,965


With currently 10.1 million followers, David “TheGrefg” Cánovas Martínez has made it into the top 10. The Spanish streamer has long been a well-known player on YouTube and mainly streams popular titles such as Fortnite, Clash Royale or PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) on Twitch. In addition to his career as a streamer, he has also founded an e-sports team, has already published two books and was active as an actor in a TV show for a while.

Twitch Followers: 10,061,268

Twitch Views: 263,195,635


Born in Morocco in 1996, Imane “Pokimane” Anys was the seventh-place Canadian streamer and the only woman in our top 10. With 9.2 million followers, she is one of the most recognizable faces on Twitch and is best known for playing Fortnite and League of Legends. In the meantime, however, their program includes a broad portfolio of different games.

Twitch Followers: 9,224,072

Twitch Views: 219,814,873

#9 – MYTH

Ali “Myth” Kabbani was already able to establish himself as one of the most successful streamers in 2018, as he was second in the Twitch personalities with the most followers that year. Although he has since been overtaken by some streamers, with 7.4 Million followers, that shouldn’t bother him much. While he was able to achieve his first successes as a Fortnite player, the American is now increasingly relying on other games such as Rust or Valorant.

Twitch Followers: 7,433,261

Twitch Views: 167,569,029


One of the most recognizable faces on Twitch is Timothy John “TimTheTatman” Betar, who started his channel shortly after founding the streaming company. He gained notoriety by playing Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) and Fortnite, but nowadays relies on a broader repertoire of different genres and games. With a follower count of 7 Million, the American just made it into our top 10.

Twitch Followers: 6,994,316

Twitch Views: 262,024,069

How many streamers in the top 10 do you know? Would you have estimated the number of followers the same way? Leave us a comment with your impressions.

Who is the most popular Twitch streamer 2022?

The most popular Twitch streamer is Ninja with 18.3 Million Twitch Followers: (18,298,585) and Twitch Views: 572,461,481

Who is the most followed female on Twitch?

The most followed female on Twitch is Imane “Pokimane” with 9.2 Million Twitch Followers (9,224,072) and Twitch Views: 219,814,873

Who is the number 2 Twitch streamer?

The Number 2 Twitch Streamer is  Raul ‘AuronPlay‘ with 13.4 Million Twitch Followers (13,396,816) and Twitch Views: 262,821,738

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