Top 20 Twitch Streamers (November 2022) – Most followed channels - Dexerto (2022)

As aspiring gamers and entertainers work to become the most popular Twitch star, the platform’s most established names have already attracted millions of followers. Here are the top 20 biggest streamers on Twitch as of November 2022.

Streaming has continued to grow at an accelerated pace, particularly with increased competition from YouTube and Facebook Gaming – but Twitch remains number one for livestreaming content.

At the very top of the pile are those streamers with millions of followers, who regularly attract tens of thousands of viewers as soon as they hit the ‘go live’ button. Some of these streamers have been around for over a decade, while others have only just got their start in the past year.

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Twitch is home to some of the biggest streamers on the internet.

Ninja still number 1 for Twitch followers

Ninja is comfortably at number one on the list of the most followed Twitch streamers, with over 18 million followers on his channel. He ended his exclusive partnership with Twitch when he moved to Mixer, but came back after the platform dissolved.

Auronplay and Rubius are fast approaching Ninja’s follower count though, and are on track to overtake him.

Ludwig ‘Ludwig’ Aghren – who now streams and creates content over on YouTube – holds the record for most subs at one time, passing Ninja’s mark of 269,154.

Meanwhile, Tfue, xQc, and shroud are the next NA-based streamers in the list, all with over 10 million followers.

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Top 20 Twitch Streamers (November 2022) – Most followed channels - Dexerto (2)Tfue has now overtaken shroud, but has a long way to go if he wants to overtake Ninja in followers.

The rise of Spanish streamers

One of the big changes in the past couple of years, when looking at the landscape of big names on Twitch, is the growth of non-English speaking streamers.

In particular, Spanish-speaking streamers are dominating, now taking up two of the top three spots. This is thanks to the growth of streaming not only in Spain, but also in South America. Ibai, Rubius, and Grefg all make the top 10.

In 2022, there is an argument that Auronplay is actually the most popular streamer on all of Twitch, with his average viewership often beating every other streamer.

Streamers moving to YouTube

A number of the top 20 Twitch streamers by follower count have actually moved to YouTube, such as Myth and TimTheTatman. However, we’re keeping them on this list as their channels are still available on the platform (Dr Disrespect’s channel is still banned).

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Also in 2021, Twitch started to clamp down on bot accounts, with the likes of xQc being one of the most affected. Since then, things seem to have evened out, but that doesn’t stop the most followed Twitch streamers rankings from continually changing. Streamer Heelmike is omitted from the list, as he was the target of a follow bot.

Amouranth joins Pokimane in Top 20

For a long time, Pokimane was the only female streamer in the top 20, with just under 9 million followers.

The second-most followed female streamer on the platform is Amouranth, who has now returned to the top 20 overall once again.

Top 20 most popular Twitch streamers

20: Amouranth – Followers: 6 million

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Known for: Variety

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Amouranth has once again re-entered the top 20 most-followed Twitch streamers, overtaking Alanzoka in October 2022.

Unfortunately, her increase in followers came during a difficult time, as she split from her husband after alleging he was abusive toward her.

Amouranth is best known for her hot tubs streams and ASMR content, but is also a successful businesswoman and investor.

19: summit1g – Followers: 6.1 million

Top 20 Twitch Streamers (November 2022) – Most followed channels - Dexerto (4)Twitch, Summit1g

Summit1g plays a character named Charles Johnson on the NoPixel GTA RP server.

Known for: Variety

Jaryd ‘Summit1g‘ Lazar actually topped our list of the best streamers of the decade, and deservingly so. He’s a veteran of Twitch and has continued to drive the biggest trends on the platform, almost 10 years into his career.

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18: Dream – Followers: 6.2 million

Known for: Minecraft

Focusing on Minecraft content, and also known as Dream over on YouTube with over 29 million subscribers, Dream has skyrocketed through the Twitch rankings. Gaining over 10 million subscribers incredibly quickly back when they started their YouTube channel, it looks as if their Twitch channel will follow the same pattern

17: SypherPK – Followers: 6.2 million

Known for: Fortnite

American streamer Ali ‘SypherPK‘ Hassan is one of Fortnite’s top content creators. He provides tips and tricks for players who want to improve their skills, and also streams Warzone too.

16: NICKMERCS – Followers: 6.6 million

Top 20 Twitch Streamers (November 2022) – Most followed channels - Dexerto (5)Twitch: NICKMERCS

Nick has consistently been of the highest-viewed Warzone streamers on Twitch.

Known for: Fortnite/Call of Duty

Another big Fortnite and Call of Duty streamer, NICKMERCS spent a year as a content creator with 100Thieves before joining FaZe Clan in May 2019. He currently streams Apex Legends mostly, and saw his follower count increase by over 1m in 2021.

15: AdinRoss – Followers: 6.6 million

Top 20 Twitch Streamers (November 2022) – Most followed channels - Dexerto (6)Twitch: AdinRoss

Adin Ross has 6 million followers on Twitch.

Known for: Variety

It’s pretty safe to say that Adin Ross made his name known in 2021. From his GTA streams to his IRL live streams with friends such as Sommer Ray and ZIAS, Adin has skyrocketed in growth on Twitch. His channel received an indefinite ban on April 20, 2022, but he’s now back streaming full-time.

14: TimTheTatman – Followers: 7 million

Known for: Variety

Despite now moving to YouTube, Tim’s channel is still available on Twitch, meaning he keeps his spot on this list.

Tim has moved from CS:GO, to Call of Duty, to Overwatch, to Fortnite, and back to Call of Duty again. No matter what he streams, he commands a huge audience and shows no signs of slowing even after such a long career.

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13: TommyInnit – Followers: 7.3 million

Top 20 Twitch Streamers (November 2022) – Most followed channels - Dexerto (7)Twitch: TommyInnit

Tommy’s activity on the private server, the Dream SMP, helped his popularity on the platform.

Known for: Minecraft

British Minecraft streamer TommyInnit is one of the youngest players on this list. At 18, he is already proving his worth as a Twitch streamer with an impressive follower count of over 7 million.

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His followers have skyrocketed, both on Twitch and YouTube, but he previously suggested that he might need to take some time away from streaming on Twitch to focus on YouTube more.

12: Myth – Followers: 7.4 million

Known for: Fortnite/Variety

Once by far the fastest-growing streamer on Twitch, TSM Myth exploded in popularity when he made a name for himself with incredible building skills in Fortnite. Even after the hype of Fortnite died, Myth has kept his huge following interested no matter what he streams.

Myth has now moved to streaming exclusively on YouTube, but his channel is still available on Twitch, so he stays on the list.

11: sodapoppin – Followers: 8.8 million

Known for: Variety

A 10-year veteran of the Twitch scene, sodapoppin has long hovered around the top of the viewer rankings. Despite a two-week suspension in April, May sees him return to the top 20.

10: Pokimane – Followers: 9.2 million

Top 20 Twitch Streamers (November 2022) – Most followed channels - Dexerto (8)Twitch: Pokimane

Pokimane is the only female streamer to reach above the 10th spot in the top 20 list.

Known for: Variety

By far the most followed female streamer, Pokimane is a beacon for many others to aspire to. A member of Offline TV, she streams a wide variety of games, but started primarily with League of Legends, before moving to Fortnite. Pokimane was one of the most-watched female streamers on Twitch in 2021.

9: juansguarnizo – Followers: 9.2 million

Known for: Variety

Juan is South America’s biggest streamer. He is originally from Colombia, but boasts a massive audience in Mexico, where he currently lives. He streams a variety of games but mainly focuses on Minecraft and Grand Theft Auto.

8: TheGrefg – Followers: 10.2 million

Known for: Fortnite/Minecraft

YouTube superstar TheGrefg produces some of the finest Spanish content Twitch has to offer. While he mostly streams Fortnite and Minecraft, he’s more recently spread out into Fall Guys and Among Us as his popularity exploded over the course of the past year.

7: Shroud – Followers: 10.4 million

Top 20 Twitch Streamers (November 2022) – Most followed channels - Dexerto (9)Twitch: Shroud

Shroud left Twitch for Mixer, but returned when the latter shut down.

Known for: Variety

First making his name for his ridiculous aim in CS:GO, and then PUBG, the former pro player Michael ‘shroud’ Grzesiek gained a reputation as the ‘human aimbot’. He moved to Mixer shortly after Ninja, but has returned to his original domain, and enjoyed a nice bump in followers since too.

6: Tfue – Followers: 11.2 million

Top 20 Twitch Streamers (November 2022) – Most followed channels - Dexerto (10)Tfue/Twitch

Tfue was the second streamer to reach 10 million followers.

Known for: Fortnite/Call of Duty

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Tfue currently sits at #6 on the most followed Twitch streamer list. Although he’s largely moved on from the game now, Tfue was the only Fortnite streamer who could rival Ninja during the game’s prime in 2018, and later usurped him in viewership in 2019. Ninja’s move to mixer made way for him to top the charts, but he now rests at fourth overall.

5: xQc – Followers: 11.3 million

Top 20 Twitch Streamers (November 2022) – Most followed channels - Dexerto (11)YouTube / xQcOW

xQc was the most-watched streamer in 2020, in terms of hours watched.

Known for: Overwatch/Variety

A former Overwatch pro, Félix ‘xQc‘ Lengyel is often the streamer that pulls in the most views. While he’s mostly into FPS titles, he streams a wide variety of games, and even ‘Just Chatting’ will pull in upwards of 60,000 viewers. He was the most-watched streamer in 2021.

4: ibai – Followers: 11.8 million

Known for: Variety

Spanish streamer Ibai Llanos is known for originally casting League of Legends, but today streams a variety of content. Starting with LoL back in 2014, he was previously a content creator for G2 Esports, but has since moved on to form his own organization, KOI, alongside FC Barcelona player Gerard Piqué.

3: Rubius – Followers: 12.8 million

Known for: Variety

The second-most followed non-English speaking streamer on Twitch, Rubius is also very well-known as a YouTuber, but his massive following also supports his live streams, too.

2: Auronplay – Followers: 14 million

Top 20 Twitch Streamers (November 2022) – Most followed channels - Dexerto (12)Twitch: Auronplay

Auronplay doesn’t have the most followers, but his viewership is often the highest on Twitch.

Known for: Variety

Like TheGrefg, Raul ‘AuronPlay’ Alvarez Genes has also exploded since 2020. A big GTA V streamer, AuronPlay has been one of the central Among Us content creators since it blew up. He bizarrely picked up a Twitch ban in September 2021, but it was reversed 20 minutes later.

1: Ninja – Followers: 18.3 million

Top 20 Twitch Streamers (November 2022) – Most followed channels - Dexerto (13)Twitch: Ninja

Ninja is by far the most-followed streamer on Twitch.

Known for: Fortnite/Variety

Like Tfue, Ninja may not be dedicated to Fortnite anymore, but it’s certainly the game that helped him reach never-seen-before levels of popularity on Twitch. A former Halo pro, he now plays a variety of big titles and reclaimed his crown as the most-followed Twitch streamer.

However, with the Fortnite boom well and truly over, Ninja’s stats for viewership did drop. On September 1, he announced that he was taking a break from the internet for an indefinite period of time. Depending on how long he’s gone, he may well lose his top spot.

* Note: Game/Company channels riotgames and esl_csgo omitted. Accounts that were Follow-botted, such as heelmike, are also omitted.

So, there you have it, the 20 top Twitch streamers on the platform right now. These rankings will be updated biweekly as streamers gain more followers and move up (or down) the chart.

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Who is the most popular streamer on Twitch 2022? ›

As of November 2022, the most-followed channel belongs to Ninja with over 18.4 million followers. The female streamer with the most followers on her channel is Pokimane with just over half of Ninja's followers at 9.3 million.

Who is the fastest growing Twitch streamer 2022? ›

The Fastest Growing Twitch Streamers, November 2022
  • #1. luisenrique21. Partner. Sports. ...
  • #2. KaiCenat. Partner. Just Chatting. ...
  • #3. aminematue. Partner. Just Chatting. ...
  • #4. realbanzik. EN. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. ...
  • #5. Rubius. Partner. Variety. ...
  • #6. AdinRoss. Partner. Just Chatting. ...
  • #7. casimito. Partner. Sports. ...
  • #8. ElSpreen. Partner. Minecraft.

Who is #1 Twitch money? ›

RankStreamerTier 2 ($9.99)
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Who are the top 3 Twitch streamers? ›

What are the Top Game Channels on Twitch right now?
Channel NameHours Watched
1.Riot Games35.3M
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What's popular on Twitch right now? ›

Most Watched Games on Twitch
  • Dota 2. Valve. 83.1M. 39.8M. 47.84% ...
  • Overwatch 1 & 2. Blizzard Entertainment. 139.7M. 686.4K. 0.49% ...
  • Apex Legends. Electronic Arts. 33.2M. 100.5K. 0.3% ...
  • World of Warcraft. Blizzard Entertainment. 33.2M. 70.9K. 0.21% ...
  • Grand Theft Auto V. Rockstar Games. 96.6M. 0K. 0% -

Who is the fastest growing Twitch streamer? ›


How much does a streamer make an hour? ›

As of Nov 13, 2022, the average annual pay for a Streamer in the United States is $41,444 a year. Just in case you need a simple salary calculator, that works out to be approximately $19.93 an hour. This is the equivalent of $797/week or $3,453/month.

Who is the biggest female Twitch streamer 2022? ›

Most popular Twitch female streamers in Q3 2022. Amouranth retained her title as the most watched streamer on Twitch, showing a 3% increase in Hours Watched over the quarter. Pokimane, the runner-up in the second quarter, took a big break from streaming in August and began broadcasting less frequently on the platform.

How do Twitch pay you? ›

You receive a payout once a month if your balance from your last payment exceeds the $50 or $100 threshold. If you don't exceed the balance in a given month, we roll your balance over to the next month.

How much money does 1000 Twitch views make? ›

According to a Quora answer from a Twitch streamer, you'll get paid $3.50 for every 1,000 ad viewers. So if you have less than 1,000 viewers on a stream, you're making pennies per ad.

Who is the richest female streamer? ›

Highest earning female Twitch streamer is earning almost £1 million annually from subscriptions alone. Taking a look at our research a little deeper, we discovered that the highest-earning female Twitch streamer from the last year is the German DJ, Producers and streamer Sintica.

Who is the #1 streamer in America? ›

1: Ninja – Followers: 18.3 million

Twitch: Ninja Ninja is by far the most-followed streamer on Twitch.

Who is the best streamer of all time? ›

Ninja has over 17 million Twitch followers, thus becoming the most followed Twitch channel until December 2021.

Who's the face of Twitch? ›

Felix is easily one of the most recognizable figures in the streaming community, whose popularity has reached new heights this year. He is the most subscribed (92,069 subs) Twitch streamer with more than 10 million followers, and garners an average viewership of 78k fans per stream.

What does the number 1 mean on Twitch? ›

The Twitch 1st badge as it's called due to its actual appearance is only available on certain channels – specifically, Twitch affiliates and Twitch partner channels. There, the 1st badge can replace the normal subscriber badge… but only for the first few people who ever subscribed to that channel.

Who is the best gamer on Twitch? ›

Top 18 Twitch Influencers for 2023:
  • summit1g.
  • Riot Games.
  • Syndicate.
  • Shroud.
  • Imaqtpie.
  • Nightblue3.
  • LIRIK.
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What hours is Twitch most active? ›

What is the best time to stream on Twitch? When it comes to maximum viewership, the best time to stream on Twitch is between 11 AM and 2 PM PST. That's when viewership numbers hit their peak and you have the highest number of potential viewers available.

Can you buy Twitch viewers? ›

BoostHill is one of the best sites to buy twitch viewers, chatters, and followers – it's the one we recommend. They have a cool feature that delivers LIVE chatters who will communicate during your stream.

Who is the youngest famous Twitch streamer? ›

8 Youngest Popular Twitch Streamers
  • Ninja. Age: 19. Born: 06/05/1991. Name: Tyler Blevins. ...
  • Tfue. Age: 17. Born: 01/02/1998. ...
  • TSM Slappie. Age: 14. Born: 07/29/2003. ...
  • Ewok. Age: 14. Born: 09/18/2005. ...
  • H1ghsky1. Age: 13. Born: 04/01/2007. ...
  • Mongraal. Age: 13. Born: 08/13/2004. ...
  • Sceptic. Age: 9. Born: 04/30/2004. ...
  • RowdyRogan. Age: 5. Born: 08/14/2014.

Who is the second biggest Twitch streamer? ›

The Most Followed Twitch Streamers, November 2022
  • #1. Ninja. EN. Fortnite. 18,404,215. ...
  • #2. auronplay. Partner. Minecraft. 14,119,728. ...
  • #3. Rubius. Partner. Variety. 13,183,802. ...
  • #4. ibai. Partner. Just Chatting. 11,975,826. ...
  • #5. xQc. Partner. Just Chatting. ...
  • #6. Tfue. Partner. Fortnite. ...
  • #7. shroud. Partner. Variety. ...
  • #8. TheGrefg. Partner. God of War Ragnarök.

Does Twitch pay you per hour? ›

Twitch's 10 highest earners earn an average of $1,477 per hour of streaming. Even when you even the earnings out across the top 50, you still get an average rate of $732/hour. The top 10 streamed for an average of 2,709 hours (1st Aug 2019 - 1st Oct 2020), while the top 50 worked an average of 3,719 hours.

Is it hard to make money on Twitch? ›

Making money on Twitch is challenging. However, with hard work and dedication over time, it's possible to earn some money from your streams. If you want to know how to make money on Twitch, here are 10 ways to do it: Collect donations using third-party services like PayPal and DonorBox.

How much do Twitch ads pay? ›

It will now pay participants 55 percent of the revenue from every ad they run.

Who is the 5 dollars Twitch girl? ›

BadBunny (real name Nicole) is a political streamer with 170,000 followers on Twitch, well-known for her controversial content about leftist politics and current events. This is not the first time BadBunny has slammed her viewers for not paying her enough.

Who is the best girl streamer? ›

The #1 female Twitch streamer is ironmouse, based on the total number of streaming hours watched by viewers.

Which streamer has the most average viewers? ›

Channel peak viewership which streamed on Twitch in the past 365 days.
ChannelAverage viewers
1ibai82,254 (12.1%)
2elxokas18,682 (97.1%)
3TheGrefg26,368 (-29.1%)
4Squeezie33,314 (24.7%)
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Who is the top 10 Twitch streamers? ›

The Most Popular Twitch Streamers, November 2022
  • #1. Riot Games. Partner. League of Legends. 234,725.
  • #2. dota2ti. Partner. Dota 2. 205,073.
  • #3. aminematue. Partner. Just Chatting. ...
  • #4. LCK_Korea. Partner. KO. ...
  • #5. dota2ti_ru. Partner. Dota 2. ...
  • #6. ibai. Partner. Just Chatting. ...
  • #7. AdinRoss. Partner. Just Chatting. ...
  • #8. LLA. Partner. League of Legends.

How do I become a successful streamer? ›

🤩 How to become a successful live streamer
  1. Streaming goals: Before you start your streaming journey, set some goals. ...
  2. Niche: Figure out what will make your channel unique. ...
  3. Personality: Your personality is a big part of why viewers show up. ...
  4. High-quality content: The bar is high for live streaming content these days.
10 Jun 2022

Is Twitch for free? ›

These Twitch users come to watch and interact with each other and their favorite streamers via chat. Twitch is available through a variety of mediums including web, mobile, and some game consoles. Twitch is free to use, and you can watch Twitch regardless of whether or not you have a registered Twitch account.

Do Twitch gamers get paid? ›

A streamer never earns a fixed monthly salary, as their revenue is directly proportional to their popularity and the amount of monetary support they receive from their audience. A “small” streamer on Twitch earns between $50 and $1,500 a month. The more subscribers and donations they have, the bigger their earnings.

How much does 1 bit make on Twitch? ›

Each Twitch Bit is worth 1 cent ($0.01), and they can be given to streamers through the platform's cheering mechanic. Viewers can use cheers to give individual Bits or thousands of Bits at once. Some viewers will use them to reward particularly skilful gameplay.

How much money does 100 Twitch subs make? ›

On average, expert streamers can make between $3,000 to $5,000 each month playing around 40 hours a week. That specific number doesn't include ad revenue, which averages about $250 every 100 subscribers. If you put in the time and grow a respectable audience, Twitch can certainly be lucrative.

How many subscribers do you need on Twitch to make money? ›

Twitch Affiliate: To become an Affiliate, you must have at least 50 followers and meet minimum streaming metrics in the last 30 days (500 minutes broadcast over at least seven unique days, with an average of at least three concurrent viewers).

Do gamer girls make money? ›

While gaming has historically been seen as a boys' club, women are profiting from the space like never before. Female gamers who stream live plays can earn anywhere from minimum wage to six figures.

How much do girl streamers make? ›

Estimated annual earnings of leading female Twitch streamers worldwide in 2020 (in U.S. dollars)
CharacteristicAnnual earnings in million U.S. dollars
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Do girls make a lot of money on Twitch? ›

Young women are making up to $1,700 per month by holding study sessions on Twitch.

Who was the first streamer? ›

By November 1998 Nasubi became the first to livestream a video game after winning a PlayStation along with his TV and the video game. He ended up playing this game for 3 whole days straight before banning himself from it due to it distracting him from his goal.

Who is the first famous streamer? ›

Meet the original streamer, who ran his own public access gaming show in 1993. 12-year-old J.J. Styles' local TV show was the predecessor to modern gaming culture decades before Twitch.

Who is the longest streamer? ›

The current record for the longest subathon stream is 375 days, held by Emilycc. This stream is still ongoing. Emily is now targeting 730 days in total, to hit two years straight on her subathon.
Longest Subathon on Twitch
#1Emilycc375 days (Ongoing)
#5Serpentgameplay78 days (March 2022)
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Who is Twitch owned by? ›, Inc

Who made Twitch popular? ›

Twitch's founders, Justin Kan and Emmett Shear, initially owned Twitch. As the platform grew exponentially over its first few years in operation, it attracted attention from tech titans Google and Amazon. Amazon won the bidding war and bought the platform for $970 million in 2014.

Is Twitch still popular 2022? ›

In October 2022, Twitch had approximately 7.13 million active streamers, down from a peak of 9.89 million in January 2021. Twitch is a streaming platform that is very popular with gamers and gaming audiences. The most popular Twitch channels have millions of viewers.

Is Twitch dying or growing? ›

No, Twitch is not dying. From 2021 to 2022 their average viewership increased. Their year-to-year earnings also increased by nearly 41 percent. The platform itself is still a great resource for creators to gain traction in their careers and generate an audience.

Does Twitch lose money? ›

Twitch generated approximately $2.6 billion revenue in 2021, a 41% year-on-year increase.

How many people watch Twitch a day? ›

How Many People Use Twitch Daily? Twitch gets over 15 million unique visitors daily, and an average of 1.1 million active streamers daily.

Who is the best gamer? ›

  • #1 Ninja (Tyler Blevins)
  • #2 PewDiePie (Felix Kjellberg)
  • #3 Preston (Preston Arsement)
  • #4 Markiplier (Mark Fischbach)
  • #5 Shroud (Michael Grzesiek)
  • #6 DanTDM (Daniel Middleton)
  • #7 VanossGaming (Evan Fong)
  • #8 Jacksepticeye (Sean McLoughlin)
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Which streamer streams most hours? ›

Riot Games


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