This list contains the top 50 channels with the most followers on the live streaming social platform Twitch.As of April 2021, the most-followed channel belongs to Ninja with over 16.6 million followers. The brand with the most followers on the platform is Riot Games with over 5 million followers. The female streamer with the most followers on her channel is Pokimane with over 7.7 million. Sep 10, 2020 Ninja, the world's most well-known Fortnite streamer, is returning to Amazon's Twitch platform with an exclusive multi-year deal. His team told CNN Business that he explored 'all options' before. Twitch progress graphs for ninja ( 2015-09-21 - 2021-05-01 ) Recent Blog Posts Made For Kids & COPPA - Initial Look At The Yo The Social Blade Decade Abbreviated Subscriber Counts on YouTube Social Blade launches Report Cards for YouTube.
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This list contains the top 50 channels with the most followers on the live streaming social platform Twitch. As of April 2021, the most-followed channel belongs to Ninja with over 16.6 million followers. The brand with the most followers on the platform is Riot Games with over 5 million followers. The female streamer with the most followers on her channel is Pokimane with over 7.7 million followers, and Pokimane is also the only woman within the top 50.
The following table lists the 50 most-followed channels on Twitch as of April 30, 2021, with each total rounded down to the nearest hundred thousand followers, as well as the primary activity(ies) and the country of origin of each channel and if the streamer is streaming on the platform or not.
A indicates the channel is no longer active on the platform.
Ninja Twitch Follower Count
Ninja Twitch Streamer
|Primary activity(s)||Brand account|
|1||Ninja||Richard Blevins||16.6||Fortnite, Valorant, League of Legends||—|
|2||Tfue||Turner Tenney||10.2||Call of Duty: Warzone, Minecraft, Fortnite||—|
|3||shroud||Michael Grzesiek||9.1||Valorant, various games||—|
|4||Rubius||Rubén Doblas||8.9||Various games, chatting||—|
|5||auronplay||Raúl Álvarez||8.4||Minecraft, Grand Theft Auto V, Among Us, chatting||—|
|6||pokimane||Imane Anys||7.7||Various games, chatting||—|
|7||TheGrefg||David Cánovas||7.2||Fortnite, Minecraft||—|
|8||Myth||Ali Kabbani||7.2||Valorant, various games||—|
|9||TimTheTatman||Timothy Betar||6.5||Call of Duty: Warzone, various games||—|
|10||summit1g||Jaryd Lazar||5.9||Grand Theft Auto V, various games||—|
|11||ibai||Ibai Llanos||5.9||League of Legends, various games||—|
|12||NICKMERCS||Nicholas Kolcheff||5.6||Call of Duty: Warzone||—|
|13||xQcOW||Félix Lengyel||5.6||Various games, chatting||—|
|15||Riot Games||Riot Games||5.0||League of Legends|
|16||alanzoka||Alan Ferreira||4.7||Various games||—|
|17||dakotaz||Brett Hoffman||4.7||Fortnite, Among Us||—|
|20||DrLupo||Benjamin Lupo||4.4||Escape From Tarkov, various games||—|
|25||loltyler1||Tyler Steinkamp||4.3||League of Legends||—|
|27||elded||Victor Calderón||3.9||Various games||—|
|28||juansguarnizo||Juan Guarnizo||3.9||Various games||—|
|31||MontanaBlack88||MontanaBlack [Wikidata]||3.7||Various games, chatting||—|
|35||Faker||Lee Sang-hyeok||3.3||League of Legends||—|
|36||Sykkuno||Thomas||3.3||Among Us, Valorant, various games||—|
|37||Symfuhny||Mason Lanier||3.2||Call of Duty: Warzone||—|
|38||Quackity||Alexis||3.2||Various games, chatting||—|
|39||Syndicate||Thomas Cassell||3.1||Call of Duty||—|
|40||WilburSoot||Will Gold||3.1||Various games, chatting||—|
|42||AdinRoss||Adin Ross||3.1||NBA 2K, Grand Theft Auto V, chatting||—|
|43||RocketLeague||Rocket League||3.0||Rocket League|
|44||sodapoppin||Chance Morris||3.0||Various games||—|
|45||Gotaga||Corentin Houssein||2.9||Various games||—|
|48||Squeezie||Lucas Hauchard||2.8||Various games||—|
|49||LIRIK||Saqib Zahid||2.8||Various games||—|
|50||Nightblue3||Rabia Yazbek||2.7||League of Legends||—|
Ninja Twitch Record
- ^ abc'Top 100 Twitch Users by Followers'. Social Blade. Retrieved April 30, 2021.
- ^'Twitch streamers with the most followers, April 2021'. TwitchTracker. Retrieved April 30, 2021.
Tyler 'Ninja' Blevins, the most popular gaming influencer in the world, is coming back to Twitch.
On Thursday, Ninja and Twitch announced a multi-year exclusive streaming rights deal, marking his return to the platform after a stint that saw him become the face of Mixer, the Microsoft-owned streaming platform, in a multi-year, multi-million dollar deal. In July, Microsoft shut down Mixer, making Ninja and other star streamer Michael 'Shroud' Grzesiek free agents. Since, Ninja has streamed both on Twitch and YouTube and explored futures with both platforms before settling on Twitch.
'I am excited to get back to streaming full-time and connecting with my loyal fanbase,' Ninja said in a press release. 'I really took my time to decide which platform was best and Twitch has been very supportive throughout this process and understanding my overall career goals. In this next chapter, I'm going to make it a point to elevate and bring more eyes to underrepresented creators. I am looking forward to working with Twitch to demonstrate how this amazing community of gamers can make a meaningful impact.'
Ninja Twitch Stats
Prior to his 2019 departure to Mixer, Ninja was the biggest star on the Twitch platform. An ex-professional Halo player, Ninja transitioned into streaming full time after his retirement and gained incredible popularity amid the rise of Fortnite, the 2017-released battle royale game that became a pop culture icon.
Ninja Twitch Emotes
'We are thrilled Ninja is returning to Twitch,' Twitch senior vice president of content Michael Aragon said in a press release. 'Tyler is an iconic force in the gaming community, and it's been amazing to see the impact he's made on the industry and broader culture. Gaming -- and the people who love it -- are being recognized by a broad mainstream audience now in part because of Tyler, and we know he's just getting started.'