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If you were trying to figure out who the most popular gaming streamer is, Pokimane would definitely be in the running. By broadcasting on both Twitch and Youtube, she has amassed quite a large fanbase for herself.
What, exactly, is she streaming? Any given day, it may be titles like Fortnite, Apex Legends, and GTA V. Whatever game she has, though, the main thing she is “playing” is her legion of simping fans.
If you’re a streamer hoping to make it big, then playing Fortnite is a great way to get there. Just ask Chica, a streamer who has made a name for herself by dropping onto the island and kicking a lot of ass.
While there are more popular streamers on this list than Chica, her star has been steadily rising. Thanks to her army of loyal simps, this streamer has gathered some impressive endorsements and sponsorships.
There is more to a streamer than their name. For example, Loserfruit has “loser” right in her name, but she is certainly winning more than she is losing when it comes to her streaming career.
By impressing the world with her skills at League of Legends, Call of Duty, Fortnite, and plenty of other titles, Loserfruit has built an absolutely loyal following. And with sponsorships from major companies like KFC, we feel confident she will be getting more faithful simps by the day.
Streaming is popular all around the world, and some female streamers have become especially popular in different regions. For example, IamCristinini is perhaps the most popular female streamer in the Spanish-speaking world.
She’s a big fan of both GTA V and League of Legends. But like many popular streamers, the real secret to building her simp followers up is all the time she spends in the Just Chatting streams on Twitch.
There is no “wrong” way to become a popular streamer. But out of all the ladies on this list, AriGameplays has really worked hard to rise through the ranks.
Initially, she was known for creating tutorials for games like Minecraft and Overwatch before achieving even more fame for her playthroughs and commentaries. The fame has paid off in a big way, and she now works with big-name brands like Lego.
Do you like to watch streamers from across the pond? Then you’re probably familiar with Nihachu, a German-born player who streams out of England.
She is mostly known for playing Minecraft and League of Legends. But it was her appearances in various online competitions and tournaments that helped take her number of simping followers to the next level.
Some gamers have a lot of disdain for Twitch’s Just Chatting streams. However, streamer Staryuuki has found a unique way to blend gaming and chatting.
Rather than spending a ton of time on any one game, she tends to play for half an hour or so, chat for another half an hour, and then rinse and repeat. This Spanish language streamer’s fans love the blend of gameplay and off-the-cuff discussions, and this has given her millions of followers.
After Pokimane, Amouranth is the most famous female streamer, and she has built a true army of simping stans. She is popular for playing games like Apex Legends and Mario Kart as well as her impressive cosplay skills.
She now has a professional relationship with a variety of brands. And to further expand her reach, you can listen to her ASMR antics on Spotify.
Many of the streamers on this list achieved fame relatively soon after they joined platforms like Youtube or Twitch. But popular streamer Lilypichu effectively worked her way up from the bottom.
She had a viral song (“I’ll quit”) that put her partially on the map a decade ago. But she didn’t achieve mainstream fame until she partnered with Offline TV. By alternating streams of games like Apex Legends with entertaining Dungeons & Dragons streams, Lilypichu has simps in every corner of the gaming community.
Alinity is another popular female streamer that has been hustling for a long time. She joined Twitch nearly a decade ago and loves to stream games like World of Warcraft (her Twitch name comes from her WoW handle), Overwatch, and Apex Legends.
Even if you’ve never seen her streams, you probably know who Alinity is. With support from companies like iBuypower, Alinity is now a famous name among “PC Master Race” simps who hate the idea of playing on consoles.