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A rising star on Twitch, Crusader got his start on Streamerhouse, and now after years of playing through Destiny, The Division, and most recently Apex legends, he’s now managing an Esports team and still streaming himself! He’s a beast! And a fun streamer to follow.
2. Code Miko
One of the most unique streamers on the list, Code Miko attempts to bring the virtual world to Twitch by creating a virtual RPG atmosphere with all of her streams, pretty much simulating Sword Art Online. She boasts over 500k followers on Twitch and is mostly either hanging out in Just Chatting or streaming Among Us.
If you’re a big Destiny 2 fan, you’ve probably watched some of Aztecross’s content before. He does build guides, weapon reviews, and content overviews for the best gear in Destiny and other looter shooters.
4. Matt Heafy
Matt is the lead singer of Trivium and he might not strike you as a streamer, but he’s a gamer as well as a singer and often spends his time on Twitch singing requests from the audience when he isn’t gaming. If you love tunes, and a good atmosphere, he’s the channel for you.
5. Quincy’s Tavern
Sometimes you don’t want anything crazy, loud, or intense. Sometimes you just want to stop, rest and enjoy yourself. Quincy’s Tavern is a quiet place to stop by on Twitch, enjoy the music, enjoy the ambient sounds and enjoy Quincy’s company as he simulates an RPG-like tavern online.
One of the most unique streamers on this list, DomoStanton’s streams are almost entirely dedicated to artwork, consist of live streams of drawings. Their work has even ended in DC Comics and can be a nice break from the loud and more action-packed channels on this list.
Angry Joe rose to fame with angry rants on YouTube, problem is, his videos are often so long and intricate it can take forever to get a new one. Now that he’s on Twitch, you can get his brand of high-intensity content regularly without having to wait.
World of Warcraft nerds like myself adore Asmongold and his content, he puts out some of the best tips and tricks for doing content like Mythid raids and Dungeons, along with some hilarious commentary. With over 1.9 million followers, you'll be in great company if you decide to give him a follow.
9. Critical Role
Can’t find a good D&D group? Not a problem, CriticalRole’s Twitch stream will let you live out the adventures of a D&D group vicariously every single week. Maybe you’ll get inspired to start your own game.
Tim is one of the best streamers in the business, you name it, he plays it and he’s one of the most consistently entertaining people to watch because his commentary is always hilarious. And with over 6 million followers on Twitch, chances are you're already familiar with him.
Gladd made his name as part of Team Redeem, winning multiple world-first raid titles in Destiny 2, but he’s expanding into other games like Final Fantasy 7 Remake and Control to diversify his audience. His streams are constantly hilarious, continually surprising, and full of feel-good moments.
Final Fantasy XIV is one of the most played games in the world but it doesn’t get as much attention as you might think. MrHappy puts out almost exclusively Final Fantasy XIV content, focusing on guides for raids and dungeons. He currently has nearly 100-thousand followers and if you're looking for a community of like-minded players, MrHappy1227 is your guy.
If you love good PVP gameplay, FrostBolt is right for you. He puts together some of the sickest Destiny 2 PVP gameplay you’ll find on Twitch, often getting 50 to 60 kill a game. And with almost 250 thousand followers he's a growing channel we think is worth your follow.
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