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20 Richest Twitch Streamers In The World
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It’s quite unbelievable how many rich Twitch streamers there are in the world. Globally, there is a rise in the number of video game players, which has led to increased user growth for platforms like Twitch.

The software has allowed users to share their love of video games with the world. The fact that Twitch streamers have become well-known through gaining fame and fortune is even greater.

The big question however is, how much money have the top Twitch streamers in the world amerced? You can better understand what is required to succeed on Twitch by learning about their life.

They can motivate you to take their lead and succeed as well-known online streamers, which is even more vital.

Curious about the wealthiest Twitch streamers globally? Look no further! Uncover the fortunes and strategies behind the 20 richest Twitch stars.

Dive into their captivating journeys, mind-blowing earnings, and what sets them apart in the competitive world of live streaming. Learn from the best and get inspired to take your own streaming game to the next level!

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Kacey Tron ($200,000)

One of the most recognized female Twitch streams in the entire globe is Kacey Caviness, a.k.a. Kacey Tron. Hearthstone, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and League of Legends are among the games she frequently streams herself playing.

Kacey was removed from Twitch in 2020 for offensive remarks about spreading Covid-19 to elderly and underprivileged people.

She has over 70,000 Subscribers on YouTube and about 14K followers on Instagram.

KittyPlays ( $300,000 )


Another well-known female gamer, Kristen Michaela, often known as KittyPlays, broadcasts videos of herself playing several video games. Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds and Fortnite are two examples of these video games. 

The 31-year-old Canadian native has been streaming videos since she signed up for Twitch in 2013.

Admiral Bahroo ($500,000)

Preston Shimek, a 31-year-old Twitch broadcaster from Bryan, Texas, goes by the name Admiral Bahroo. Admiral Bahroo began broadcasting gaming content on YouTube in 2012, and in 2013 he migrated to Twitch.

He plays a variety of video games in the videos that he streams. At that time, he always plays the newest and most well-liked games. Four to eleven hours a day, up to seven days a week can pass between each video feed.

Trick2G  ($500,000)


One of the wealthiest Twitch streamers, this well-liked and wealthy individual goes by the alias Timothy Fowley and is well-known for his gaming broadcasts. League of Legends, Valorant, and Apex Legends are just a few of the video games Trick2G plays in his streams. His League of Legends streams have received more than 150 million views since he was one of the first players to stream their gameplay.

DizzyKitten ($600,000)

Women may certainly become wealthy Twitch streamers, as DizzyKitten, whose real name is Brandi, has demonstrated. Stardew Valley, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Super Hexagon are three games that DizzyKitten is well known for broadcasting herself playing.

Video games are no longer DizzyKitten’s primary focus; instead, she now concentrates on creating videos about ASMR, a unique form of relaxation.

DakotaZ  ($650,000)


This 36-year-old Twitch video broadcaster, whose real name is Brett Hoffman, joined the platform in 2012. Fortnite: Battle Royale and Among Us are two of his all-time favourites. He is known for broadcasting himself while playing some of the hottest games at the moment. 

DakotaZ, commonly known as DK, was born in Dearborn, Michigan; he has a twin brother who also runs a gaming channel.

Dyrus  ($ 1 Million)

Marcus Hill, better known by his screen name Dyrus, 30, made his millionaire status by streaming video games on the Twitch platform. Dyrus joined Twitch in 2012, and over time, his following grew significantly. Most know him for streaming the games H1Z1, Minecraft, and League of Legends.

Dyrus became one of the wealthiest Twitch streamers due to his winnings from tournaments and other eSports competitions.

 Sodapoppin  (1 Million )

Sodapoppin, a.k.a. Thomas Jefferson Chance Morris IV, is another self-made millionaire who achieved fame after he began live-streaming himself while playing different video games.

He is well known for playing World of Warcraft and H1Z1, but no one is sure why he was ever banned from Twitch. 

It is said that Sodapoppin’ was banned in 2020 because he streamed sexually graphic games or because his VR chatroom talks that frequently touched on inappropriate subjects like rape, paedophilia, and other things led to such issues.

 Lirik ($1.3 Million)


32-year-old Lirik, a popular Twitch streamer, is Saqib Ali Zahid. Lirik joined Twitch in 2011 and is best known for live-streaming himself while playing the games DayZ, Stardew Valley, and World of Warcraft. 

A significant portion of Lirik’s income—more than $200,000 annually—comes from subscriptions. Discord has sponsored Lirik because of his popularity, and Twitch even gave him a contract to keep him from using another streaming service.

Pokimane  ($2.5 Million)

This female Twitch streamer has been published in Forbes Magazine due to her achievement and goes by the name Imane Anys. She started streaming herself in 2013 while playing well-known video games including Among Us, Valorant, Mine Craft, League of Legends, and Fortnite, and now has her clothing brand. Several well-known gaming firms are among the partners she has.

Benjamin Lupo (Dr. Lupo) ($4.6 Million)

Dr Lupo

Dr Lupo, often known as Benjamin Lupo, is a renowned American streamer and YouTuber. In 2013, he launched his Twitch account and started streaming Destiny before switching to Battle Royale games like Fortnite.

His channel gained popularity after he streamed with Twitch greats like Ninja, Myth, and TimTheTatman. Additionally, Lupo was involved in the “Among Us” video games and other notable individuals including Pokimane, Ilhan Omar, and Disguised Toast.

In addition to his flourishing Twitch job, Benjamin also has a YouTube account where he has signed on as a content designer. He has 129 million cumulative views on his YouTube account.

Tom Cassell (Syndicate) ( $6 Million)

Syndicate is the stage name of Thomas George Cassell, an English Twitch streamer, YouTuber, and vlogger.

He is regarded as one of the early internet gaming stars of the early 2010s, and the Twitch streamer with the fastest speed to 1 million followers. He performs live streaming on the games Call of Duty and Minecraft as a YouTuber and posts videos with gaming comments.

More than 3 million Twitch subscribers and 76 million viewers watch his streams. His YouTube channels’ continued success, with more than 13 million subscribers who contributed to his rise to fame on Twitch.

In addition to his professional gaming career, Cassell co-founded multiple companies and collaborated with numerous Internet celebrities.

Yazbek (NightBlue3) ( $7.6 Million)


American professional Twitch streamer, LOL gamer, and YouTuber Rabia Yazbek is better known by his online alias NightBlue3. He is well-known for being a prominent live streamer and League of Legends gamer. He was chosen to represent North America and Europe in the League of Legends All-Stars competition in 2018. He won that match. Rabia has over 3 million followers and 257 million views on Twitch, making her one of the most reliable live broadcasters 

In addition, he has a YouTube channel called NightBlue3 that was started in April 2008 and currently has almost 2 million subscribers and 11 million views.

He not only plays League of Legends with unmatched commitment, but he also streams titles like Call of Duty: Warzone, Ark Genesis, Fortnite, and PUBG.

 Nicholas Kolcheff (Nickmercs) ( $9 Million)

A professional American Twitch broadcaster and co-founder of the eSports and entertainment organization FaZe clan, Nicholas Kolcheff is also known by his stage name Nickmercs. Kolcheff is also a well-known YouTube video gamer.

In 2010, Nicholas started broadcasting live on Justin TV, and in 2011, he started a YouTube channel that has already gained over 4 million subscribers.

He frequently participates in gaming contests utilizing a controller rather than a keyboard and mouse and has won multiple world prizes in Fortnite. He established his Twitch channel in 2011 and began streaming well-known video games there, including Call of Duty: Warzone, Apex Legends, and Fortnite. In 2022, he had 171 million views and more than 6 million Twitch followers.

Timothy John Betar (TimTheTatman) ( $10 million)


American live streamer and YouTube personality Timothy John Betar, also known online as TimTheTatman, is well-known for his work. In 2012, he started streaming on the Twitch channel and has since racked up more than 7 million followers and 262 million views. Fortnite, Grand Theft Auto V, Apex Legends, Overwatch, World of Warcraft, and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive were the first games he played professionally.

He announced that he would stop streaming on Twitch permanently and begin concentrating solely on his YouTube channel in 2021. He has received over 4 million followers and 500 million views since launching his YouTube account in January 2011. Tim Tatman, a.k.a. John Betar, is one of the wealthiest Twitch Streamers as of 2022 with a net worth of $10 million.

 Jaryd Lazar (Summit1G) (11.5 Million)

Lazar has experience playing for top-tier eSports organizations like Mythic and A51. A well-known live streamer of games including Grand Theft Auto V, iRacing, Sea of Thieves, Foxhole, Valorant, and DayZ, he stopped competing in eSports in 2012 in favour of starting his own Twitch account.

He is among the most committed Twitch streamers with the top video game content. By the year 2022, he had amassed 505 million views and more than 6 million followers.

The most-followed platform in 2018 was Lazar’s Twitch channel. To provide partnerships and content support for Twitch, Summit1G and Twitch struck a multi-year agreement in May 2020.

Felix Lengyel (XQc) ($13.5 Million)


Felix Lengyel, often known as xQcOW or xQc, is the fourth-richest Twitch streamer in 2022 according to our top ten list. He is a Canadian Internet personality who has played Overwatch professionally in the past and is also a YouTuber and Twitch streamer.

2014 was the start of his live-streaming career, during which time he racked up over 10 million followers and 518 million views. He participated in the Overwatch League for the Dallas Fuel but was fired mid-season owing to controversy and multiple suspensions.

Up until 2019, he was a member of Team Canada in the Overwatch World Cup. He stopped playing professional Overwatch matches and started a full-time Twitch streaming career.

With a net worth of $13.5 million, he is one of Twitch’s most popular live streamers.

He has been nominated for various awards over his gaming career, including 2018 Streamer of the Year, 2018 Best Streamer, and 2021 Best GTA Role-play Streamer.

 Raúl Álvarez Genes (AuronPlay) ($20 million)

Spanish Twitch streamer, comedian, and YouTuber Raul Alvarez Genes are also known as Auron or AuronPlay. Under the moniker AuronPlay, he left his job in 2006 and started his own YouTube channel.

The character in the video game Final Fantasy X with the same name, Auron, is the source of his name. His Twitch channel, where he streams social and gaming content, has been his sole focus since September 2019. 

He is the third-most subscribed YouTuber in Spain, according to his YouTube account which has roughly 28.7 million followers and 3.8 billion total views.

Within a short time, the 33-year-old amassed more than 12 million followers and around 262 million views on his Twitch channel. Additionally, he received the 2021 Streamer of the Year and Gamer MVP awards.

 Michael Grzesiek (Shroud) ($22million)


With a net worth of $22 million, Twitch broadcaster Michael Grzesiek—better known by his alias name Shroud—is the second wealthiest person worldwide. He is a full-time YouTuber and Twitch streamer from Canada.

Michael began playing Counter-Strike: Global Offensive professionally with ESEA teams, Manajuma, and eSports. He later signed for Complexity Gaming and Cloud9 2014.

He participated in Cloud9 and contributed to them placing first in the fourth season of the 2016 ESL Pro League. But in April 2018, he parted ways with Cloud9 and declared his official retirement from competitive Counter-Strike: Global Offensive play.

 In 2013, Michael played video games on Twitch under the alias Shroud and established himself in the Valorant, PUBG, and CS: GO communities.

Michael Grzesiek is the most well-known Canadian streamer globally as of 2022, with over 10 million Twitch followers and 570 million views.

Throughout his gaming career, Michael has won numerous accolades, including 2019 Content Creator of the Year, 2020 Live Streamer, and 2022 Gamer of the Year.

Tyler Blevins (Ninja) ($40 million)

With a $40 million net worth, Ninja, a.k.a. Richard Tyler Blevins, is the wealthiest Twitch streamer in 2022. He is an American Twitch streamer, YouTuber, and former professional Halo player.

When playing Fortnite on stream with American stars like Drake, Juju Smith-Schuster, and Travis Scott, Richard became well-known. Then he set a new Twitch streaming record for the most streams.

He has played for numerous teams throughout his entire professional gaming career, including Luminosity Gaming, Renegades, Team Liquid, and Cloud9. He is also a well-known battle royale player that primarily plays Call of Duty: Warzone, Fortnite, League of Legends, PUBG, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, and Halo.

On the video streaming platform Twitch, Richard Blevins has amassed over 500 million views and almost 17 million followers.


These individuals became the wealthiest Twitch streamers owing to the growth of gaming. Like them, if you enjoy gaming, you can decide to follow their example and start your own content creation business.

They have demonstrated that Twitch and other internet platforms can make you a fortune. However, it’s not straightforward, you ought to take into account the perseverance, originality, and good fortune required for success.