Who are the top Twitch Streamers you must follow!
We already know that everyone knows Twitch, that you are familiar with how it works, and that it has possibly become one of the most important and most used streaming platforms in the world. Precisely for that reason, we cannot stop talking about Twitch, so if you have already read our previous articles about Twitch vs YouTube or how to broadcast on Twitch, we recommend that you continue reading this post to discover which are the best Twitch streamers that undoubtedly you must go on.
Top 10 best Twitch streamers
Another streamer that you can’t miss either is Turner Tfue Tenney or better known as Tfue. We could say that Tfue got his fame when the entire Fortnite boom exploded in 2018. Since then, he maintains his fame and has become a successful player. Thanks to this, he has managed to attract large crowds to Twitch and continues playing Minecraft and Call of Duty: Warzone.
Ibai is possibly one of the most important streamers right now in Spain and he has become a benchmark thanks to the wide variety of content he makes through his Twitch channel. Possibly, what stands out the most about Ibai is his personality and the way he communicates things. Thanks to his talent, he has managed to broadcast all kinds of content, from League of Legends to football or tennis matches.
In the quarantine, Ibai was undoubtedly the companion of many people and the streamer managed to gather some of the best footballers such as Neymar or Kun Agüero to play games of Among Us. After this success, he started a new section on his Twitch channel called “Chatting quietly” in which he interviews famous people from footballers to singers. One of his last guests was Ed Sheeran.
The next streamer that could not be absent in this post is El Rubius, he became one of the most famous YouTubers in Spain since he began to publish videos continuously on YouTube. Little by little he became one of the biggest references and after the success of Twitch, he decided to switch to this platform. On July 15, 2020, he decided to make a video known as “The Final Decision” in which he announced his move to Twitch.