Twitch Channels to follow

Twitch Channels to follow

If you are new when it comes to watching stream, it might be a little bit confusing to figure out just what channels to follow and how relevant they are to your interests. I mean you can keep checking out random streams until you see one that clicks well, but that takes a lot of effort and can be quite tiring. Thankfully, though, we’re here to serve you some of the best Twitch channels to watch all your juicy gaming content on. Enjoy!


On both Twitch and YouTube, Tom Cassell is known as Syndicate. His YouTube account TheSyndicateProject is one of the Top 100 subscribed channels, as well as being the third most popular Twitch channel. He is the first person to reach one million Twitch followers (which he achieved in August 2014).


Shroud, or Michael Grzesiek, is a professional Counter-Strike player for Cloud9. He’s one of the most well-known players on the scene, and he’s also a lot of fun to see in action. He frequently livestreams anytime he is playing, which might be up to 50 hours per week. He gets around 25,000 viewers on average for his streams, but he can get up to 7 million for special events.

Riot Games

Riot Games is a video game developer and eSports organizer based in the United States. They live stream eSports championships on their Twitch channel, with a focus on the North American and European League of Legends Championship Series.


Marcus Hill, commonly known in gaming circles as Dyrus, is a former professional league player from Hawaii who now lives streams on Twitch. He has competed in five world championships and was one of just two players to qualify for each of the first five. He was originally Delta Fox’s top laner. He retired from professional tournament gaming in 2015, although he continues to stream for his squad, Team SoloMid. Dyrus has a reputation for being one of the most raging gamers in the industry, but as he’s gotten older, he’s become more refined.


For nearly seven years, Nightblue3 has been playing League of Legends. In Season 3, he was a Rank 3 Challenger in North America, and in Season 4, he was a Rank 6 Challenger in North America and Europe. In Seasons 5-7, he was also able to achieve Challenger rank. Nightblue3 is also known for his instructive Youtube channel, which features in-depth guides, patch note reviews, highlights, spectates, and gaming montages.

So there you have it, some of the best, and thoroughly entertaining Twitch channels out there. We hope you have as much of great time watching as we had compiling this list.

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