Top 10 Best Apex Legends Streamers

Apex Legends is Respawn Entertainment’s competitive title that was released on February 4, 2019. This is a free-to-play battle royale that quickly became popular despite the so-called silent launch which featured no ads for the game prior to the release. Now, the game has claimed it’s place in the battle royale hall of fame together with Fortnite, PUBG and Warzone.

The rising popularity of Apex Legends

Apex has taken the attention of many professional gamers and streamers since its release date. It has similarities with other battle royales, but it is the unique heroes and abilities system made the game stand out. Apex Legends is not only easy to play, but also easy to watch, that’s why there are so many Apex streamers nowadays. Below we’ll have a more detailed look at the best Apex Legends streamers.

According to StreamCharts, Apex Legends had its all-time peak with over 412,000 active players online on Steam only. Important to notice that Steam is one of the many platforms available for Apex fans. Here is a chart presenting the average players by month.

In the Esports scene, Apex Legends is primarily known for its Global Series tournament. It’s organized by EA and presents events in an annual succession. The latest was ALGS Pro League Split 2 PLayoffs with a $1,000,000 prize pool.

But Apex is more than an esports game. The title is particularly popular among streamers. Now it is time to see who are the best Apex streamers in the world.

IIiTzTimmy

Timmy “iiTzTimmy” An is an American pro gamer, who streams competitive battle royale Apex Legends. He was born on April 19th, 2000. Timmy got involved in the streaming and gaming career with the help of his older brother. However, his starting point was Soldier Front and Maple Story. It was back in 2005-2006 when he first played video games of that nature. Later, in 2013, he got interested in League of Legends — Riot’s most successful esports title.

After some time, when CS:GO was released, Timmy wanted to check his might in the shooter scene, but soon came back to his beloved League of Legends. On the other hand, there were still other areas of interest and new genres to dive in. PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, or PUBG for short, was his next streaming category. Fast forward a couple of years, and it was 2019, when Timmy decided to check out Apex Legends, eventually signing a deal with Twitch in December. At that time he was a part of the Golden Guardians club.

MaTaFe_

Matej “Matafe_” Fekonja is a Slovenian streamer, born on May 29th, 1995. He is famous for his CS:GO and Apex Legends streams. Fekonja ’s walk upwards the streaming ladder started in Fnatic, where he used to play CS:GO back in June 2015. He was a member of the Academy team and stayed there until the end of the disband in Fall 2018.

He later on signed a deal with esports club North, but left the club as soon as he learnt that his home country Slovenia is not eligible to participate in the Apex Legends Global Series international tournament. Moving to another country, he decided to settle down in Germany and joined HOC Gaming at the start of 2020. Now he is a full time streamer. Usually he streams in the daytime, after midday CET.

Skadoodle

Tyler “Skadoodle” Latham is an American streamer with 592,606+ followers on Twitch. The professional gamer is from Iowa and has been playing professionaly for T1 up until January 2022. He usually goes through various games in his streams, but the main focus has been Valorant and Apex Legends.

Skadoodle’s pro gaming career started with Counter-Strike, while he was a part of Hold Mouse One team. The roster was noticed and obtained by Team Curse. Skadoodle dedicated most of his time to streaming and esports since 2013 when he dropped out of college. Later he signed a contract with Cloud9 and became their CS:GO discipline member.

Soon the retirement came. Tyler left the competitive scene in 2018 October. But just like many other veterans, he could not stay away too long. Skadoodle came back and signed a deal with the T1 Valorant team. The gig ended soon.

Skadoodle’s achievements are numerous, but here are some notable ones:

  • 1st – Eleague Major Boston – 2018;
  • 1st – ESL Pro League Season 4 Finals – 2016;
  • 1st – Ryu Lan – 2013;
  • 1st – ESEA Invite Season 12 (15-1) – 2012;
  • 1st – NA National Championship – 2011;
  • 1st – NA National Championship – 2010;
  • 1st – IE-SF World Champion (South,Korea) – 2010.

Nalopia

Australian female TikTok star and twitch streamer Amber Nalopia has been streaming Apex Legends along with other genres of video games. Her followers exceed 2,3 million and she has more than 61 million likes on TikTok. But when it comes to Twitch, the numbers are more humble with almost 230,000 followers.

Nalopia was born in 2002. Her career as a streamer started in 2018. At the beginning she was famous for playing Dead by Daylight. When it comes to streaming on YouTube, she releases content not so regularly there. Mostly, those are TikTok shorts that are for a quick and light timepass. What is more, these videos bring her 25 million viewers per month. Amber’s Insta is also an active one with 79k followers and counting.

Diegosaurs

Diego Raymond Navarrette, or simply, Diegosaurs, is an American Twitch streamer currently working for SolaFide club. He was born in 1996. The pro gamer has been in the competitive titles scene since early ages, but joined one of the high-class clubs in 2019, signing a deal with Team SoloMid. In June 2020 the player left TSM and joined SolaFide. Diego is famous for streaming Genshin Impact and Apex Legends. The difference between him and other Apex Legends streamers is that his schedule is irregular, so it is not easy to guess when he’ll hop on air to chat with fans and play his favorite game. Originally, Diego would create his content in YouTube since 2015, but in 2018 things changed and he moved to Twitch.

Alinity

Natalia “Alinity” Mogollon is a Colombian streamer and Twitch star, born in 1988. Alinity was a nurse after graduating from university in Canada and worked 4 years in the medical sphere. After she joined YouTube and started making vlogs, it brought her fame and popularity. Transitioning to video games content streaming, Alinity found home in the World of Warcraft category of Twitch. But like other streamers, she did not only go through one game. However, she has been banned from Twitch in 2020 once, for the sensitive content violating Twitch rules.

She’s been streaming Apex Legends regularly since 2020, and she has enough experience in the battle royale now.

Tfue

Turner “Tfue” Tenney is an American streamer, who became famous first for Call of Duty, then Destiny and Fortnite. He was born in 1998.

Tfue streams on Twitch, but he was banned once for 30 days, acting racist unintentionally. 2 months later he got banned from Epic Games accounts for violating their terms and conditions. That was because he bought and sold Epic Games accounts, helping people boost their in-game characters. He had some misunderstandings with his former club FaZe Clan and announced that the org pressured him to be involved in an illegal activity and paid only a little percent from the branded twitch and youtube streams.

Tfue has average viewers of 12,113. His peak viewers in the last 30 days were 33,242. 90% of the hours watched come from Fortnite, 6 percent from Apex Legends and 4 percent from Just Chatting streams.

TSM ImperialHal

Philip “TSM ImperialHal” Dosen is an American Apex Legends streamer. As you can guess from his nickname, the pro player competes under the esports organization Team SoloMid. His first  team, however, was Cloud9, where he used to play H1Z1 battle royale before moving to Fortnite. Later in February 2019, when Apex Legends was released, he started streaming in this discipline, also joining TSM’s Apex Legends team. What is more, the player streams other games occasionally too. He has more than 4000 subscribers and his lifetime earnings exceed $100,000. He usually streams daily for at least 3 hours. Average concurrent viewers are 1000.

LuluLuvely

Lindsey “LuluLuvely” is an American Twitch streamer, born in 1993. Her net worth now is $1,3 million. Not only is she one of the best Apex Legends streamers, but also a talented social media influencer. LuluLuvely has a brother and a sister.

Lindsey likes competitive video games. She is especially fond of shooter titles, such as Call of Duty, Overwatch, Valorant and of course, Apex Legends. Her Twitch partnership and affiliate programs started with their release. Lindsey even hosted an Apex Legends tournament that took place in February 2021. The prize pool of the tournament was $100,000, with 20 competing teams going head to head in just 2 days.

She is part of esports organization NRG and has over 1 million followers across multiple platforms.

Shroud

Michael “Shroud” Grzesiek is a professional streamer, and ex-esports player. He was born in 1994. Shroud is from Toronto but lives now in Orange County, Cali. Micheal’s career as an esports athlete started with the CS:GO scene. He played for Manajuma and then was acquired by compLexity gaming. Later he joined Cloud9 and had been one of its top players since debut. Being a top esports player helped him become a full-time streamer, and now he is one of the best Apex Legends streamers of his country.

Shrouds achievements are mind blowing. He has 10 million followers as of 2022. The pro gamer tested his might in multiple video game genres, raised his voice with advice whether to pick this or that game or not. Shroud’s earnings have made him more than $10 million as a streamer and as a pro gamer. He has worked on multiple streaming platforms, such as Mixer and YouTube, apart from Twitch.

Michael mostly streams Valorant and Apex Legends, but he also does not miss following the CS:GO and COD Esports scenes.

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