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  2. Twitch (service) - Wikipedia

    Twitch is an American video live streaming service that focuses on video game live streaming, including broadcasts of esports competitions, in addition to offering music broadcasts, creative content, and "in real life" streams.

  3. Twitch - Wikipedia

    Twitch gameplay, a computer or video game that challenges the player's reaction time; Twitch the Plague Rat, a character in the video game League of Legends; Music. Twitch (Ministry album), 1986; Twitch (Aldo Nova album), 1985, or the title track; Twitch, by Jebediah, 1996 "Twitch", a 2001 song by Christina Milian from her self-titled album

  4. List of most-followed Twitch channels - Wikipedia

    Ninja is the most-followed channel on Twitch. Pokimane is the most-followed female channel on Twitch. The following table lists the 50 most-followed channels on Twitch as of May 4, 2022 [update] , [1] with each total rounded down to the nearest hundred thousand followers, as well as the primary category or categories in which they stream.

  5. Ludwig Ahgren - Wikipedia

    Ludwig Anders Ahgren (born July 6, 1995) is an American live streamer, YouTuber, podcaster, esports commentator and competitor. Ahgren is best known for his live streams on Twitch from 2018 through late 2021, and on YouTube beginning in late 2021, where he broadcasts video game-related content as well as non-video game-related content such as game shows, contests, and gambling.

  6. Ice Poseidon - Wikipedia

    Streaming career Twitch. Denino was a partnered streamer on Twitch. He rose to prominence for his Old School RuneScape streams in 2015 playing under the pseudonym "Ice Poseidon", which he created using a random name generator when he was twelve years old.

  7. TheGrefg - Wikipedia

    David Cánovas Martínez (born 24 April 1997), better known as TheGrefg or simply Grefg, is a Spanish YouTuber and Twitch streamer.With 17.3 million subscribers, it is one of the most-subscribed Spanish YouTube channels, while he also has the eight most-followed Twitch channel with over 9.4 million followers.

  8. TimTheTatman - Wikipedia

    Betar is a Monster Energy esports athlete and is also sponsored by Audio-Technica He is a certified Twitch partner and has been a full-time creator since March 2014. [7] [8] After joining YouTube on January 23, 2011, the channel has grown to 3.2 million subscribers with videos viewed over 524 million times.

  9. FamilyOFive - Wikipedia

    FamilyOFive, originally known as DaddyOFive, was a controversial YouTube channel and online alias of Michael Christopher "Mike" Martin (born December 17, 1982), which focused on daily vlogging and "prank" videos.