One of the most popular games on Twitch is World of Warcraft. Hence, here is a list of the 5 most watched World of Warcraft streamers on Twitch
World of Warcraft is one of the most popular games on the internet that has been around forever. It is a massively multiplayer online roleplaying game (MMORPG), the fourth installment in the Warcraft series of games. It is a game developed and published by Blizzard Entertainment, an American video game company. The game was initially announced in 2001 and was released officially on November 23, 2004 as part of the 10th anniversary of the Warcraft game series. It became the most popular MMORPG game of all time since its release, which is why streamers are playing it live to this day on live-streaming platforms. Hence, here is a list of the 5 most watched World of Warcraft streamers on Twitch.
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Daniel, who is better known by his internet alias, “JokerdTV” is a Maltese Twitch streamer, YouTuber and social media content creator. He began his mainstream media career back in 2013 as a teenager, posting videos on YouTube for fun. Eventually, he decided to pursue that career and started streaming on Twitch’s platform in 2019, where he quickly gained popularity for his skills. He started playing World of Warcraft in 2017, before switching to playing Pokémon GO! after it was released. Shortly afterward, Daniel returned to playing World of Warcraft, but this time he started challenging himself to do new things in the game. At present, he has 299K followers on his Twitch channel and 27.4K subscribers on his YouTube channel.
Daniel is best known for being the first player to reach level 60 in Classic World of Warcraft. He managed to complete this unachievable feat in 3 days, which made his popularity explode. He has a total watched hour count of 2.6M on his gameplays, which makes him the most watched World of Warcraft streamer on Twitch.
Mitch “MitchJones” Jones
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Mitch Jones is an American Twitch streamer, YouTuber, singer and social media content creator. Mitch started his mainstream media career as a streamer on Twitch’s platform in 2011 when it was still called “justin.tv”, yet to be bought by Amazon. His live streams consisted of World of Warcraft gameplays, specifically player vs. player (PVP) combat-style gameplays. At the time, he was one of the first streamers to have an average of 5k concurrent viewers, which was a huge feat then. He started his career as a singer in 2021, with his debut song titled “Now that you’re gone.” It was a tribute song dedicated to his close friend and fellow streamer, Byron “Reckful” Bernstein who committed suicide in 2020.
He took a break after the song’s release but returned after two months on July 23, along with a full EP release on the same day. He currently has 672K followers on his Twitch channel. Mitch has 2M watched hours on his WoW gameplays, which makes him the second most watched World of Warcraft streamer on Twitch.
Thomas “KungenTV” Bengtsson
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Thomas Bengtsson, who is better known by his internet aliases, “KungenTV”, “WoWKungen” or simply “Kungen” is a Swedish Twitch streamer, YouTuber and social media content creator. He is also a professional esports player who plays World of Warcraft. He began his career as a full-time streamer on Twitch’s platform in 2012, right after the transition from “justin.tv” was made. He is also the CEO and founder of the esports guild titled “Nihilum” in World of Warcraft, which was established in 2015. He is one of the most successful and popular World of Warcraft esports players since the beginning. He even has a character card in the World of Warcraft card game titled “Kungen the Thunderer” who is a male Tauren.
At present, Kungen has 283K followers on his Twitch channel, where he streams World of Warcraft almost regularly. He is a very skilled WoW player so it is not surprising at all. He has a watched hour count of 1.5M on his gameplay live streams, which makes him the third most watched World of Warcraft streamer on Twitch.
Josh “Xaryu” Lujan
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Josh Lujan, who is best known by his internet alias, “Xaryu” is an American Twitch streamer, YouTuber and fitness enthusiast. Josh began his career as a streamer on Twitch’s platform in 2012 to stream World of Warcraft gameplays. Within a few years, he joined Method, an esports organization as a content creator in 2017. Afterward, he left Method to join another esports team named “Team SoloMid” (TSM) in 2020, in which he is still a content creator. Although his primary content focuses on World of Warcraft gameplays, Josh also does live streams with fitness, workout and eating habits-related content. Josh is also the author of a few cookbooks where he has shared recipes for healthy eating habits and becoming fit.
At present, Josh has 511K followers on his positive and healthy Twitch channel where he streams almost daily with World of Warcraft gameplays, fitness or workout-related content and cooking streams. He has a watched hour count of 1.2M on his WoW gameplay live streams, which makes him the fourth most watched World of Warcraft streamer on Twitch.
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Frederick, who is better known by his internet alias, “Payo” is a French and Canadian Twitch streamer, YouTuber and social media content creator. He started his mainstream media career as a streamer on Twitch’s platform in 2014, specifically on March 25. Of course, his content now and then is focused on World of Warcraft gameplays. He is a dedicated and skilled World of Warcraft who partakes in various challenges. He is also a Twitch partner, which he gained the status for just a few months after he started streaming. He is known to be close friends with fellow World of Warcraft streamer, Xaryu. Payo is best known for being a trickster and his hilarious personality which he portrays on stream.
At present, Payo has 304K followers on his Twitch channel where he streams almost regularly and 71.7K subscribers on his YouTube channel. He is a part of Team Quebec, a group for Quebec-based Twitch streamers. He has a watched hours count of 883K on his WoW gameplays, which makes him the fifth most watched World of Warcraft streamer on Twitch.
Needless to say, some games like World of Warcraft are simply evergreen, as in they will always be popular among true gamers. The game is so popular that it has had 9 different expansions released over the years, with the most recent being released in 2022 named “Dragonflight.” There are a lot of other popular MMORPG games, but none are as beloved as World of Warcraft. Popular streamers like Shroud, EsfandTV and Asmongold on Twitch earned their popularity from playing World of Warcraft. There are still amazing players of the game who are streaming their gameplays live on their Twitch channels. Hence, make sure to check out our list of the 5 most watched World of Warcraft streamers on Twitch!