The best Twitch streamers to watch in 2020


Live vicariously through these video game experts as they play popular games such as Fortnite, Apex Legends and more

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In the wonderful world of online content consumption, video game streamers are amongst the most popular creators. Whether it’s their skilful gameplay, clever banter or flamboyant personalities, Twitch streamers entertain millions of gaming fans all around the world every day. Here are some of the best channels to watch in 2020.

Tfue (Turner Tenner)

Turner Tenner (better known as Tfue) is currently the top dog of Twitch, with more than 7.5 million followers and over 188 million channel views. He is only 22 years old and began his career by making gaming and prank videos on YouTube, but battle royale game Fortnite is what propelled him to stardom.

His amazing skills even earned him a spot on the renowned e-sports team FaZe Clan in 2018. Nowadays you can catch him streaming his countless victory royales on Fortnite and taking you behind the scenes of his amazing lifestyle as a pro gamer. 

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Myth (Ali Kabbani)

Myth (real name: Ali Kabbani) started his streaming career in 2016 and now has a Twitch following of more than 5.7 million followers. The 20-year-old started his streaming career with the MOBA game Paragon, but now he is one of the best builders in Fortnite. 

He joined pro e-sports team Team Solo Mid (TSM) and currently streams from their team residence alongside teammates Hamlinz and Daequan. You can find him streaming battle royale games like Fortnite and Apex Legends as well as walkthroughs of horror games like Outlast 2 and Resident Evil 7 Biohazard

TimTheTatman (Timothy John Betar)

Highly recognisable because of his bald head and bushy beard, TimTheTatman (real name: Timothy John Betar) has more than 4.3 million followers and streams a variety of games such as Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Overwatch and World of Warcraft

The unique thing about his channel is that he streams many different genres of games, so you won’t always be watching Fornite. He is sponsored by Monster Energy.

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Dakotaz (Brett Hoffman)

Fortnite streamer Dakotaz (real name: Brett Hoffman) got his start with the game Infestation: Survivor Stories and currently has more than 2.4 million followers. He is best known for his sniper rifle mastery and most of his gameplay highlights contain ridiculous sniper killshots.

Summit1g (Jaryd Lazar)

Jaryd Lazar (also known as Summit1g) rose to fame as a competitive Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player and has more than 4.1 million followers on Twitch. He began his career by streaming CS:GO and WarZ and unlike many other top streamers, does not exclusively stream Fortnite.

He now streams a variety of titles including Sea of Thieves, Grand Theft Auto V, Escape from Tarkov and Rainbow Six Siege.