E-Sports have been growing more and more during the pandemic, since the actual contact is not needed and the social distancing can be easily respected.
YouTube and Twitch have been hosting several channels and esports enthusiasts where you can watch hours and hours of esports related content.
Here’s the top 10 E-Sports Youtube Channels we have distinguished.
With more than 3M subscribers LoL Esports is one of the most popular ones, focusing on League of Legends. You can expect at least 2-3 new videos every day and be sure not to miss the Weekly Rundown. Furthermore, you can watch live broadcasts from LEC/LCS and international events like the World Championship. They have accumulated more than 1 billion views.
Fortnite Daily Game Moments
Fortnite Daily Moments has 3.2M subscribers and is focusing on Fortnite. Do not miss out on the curated playlists of Fortnite Daily and Fortnite Mythbusters. User submissions are also welcomed.
SunlessKhan is a youtube channel for the popular soccer Rocket League (check out our Rocket League for Beginners post as well). With 1.3M subscribers, this channel has highly engaging videos and more than 200 million views.
Rainbow Six Esports
Rainbow Six Esports has more than 1.3M subscribers and around 170 million views. Focusing on Ubisoft’s Rainbow Six, this channel has several players showdowns and one vs another. They are posting several times per day and you will definitely enjoy their videos.
DotaCinema is all about Dota. With their spotlights and hero guides they have accumulated 1.35M subscribers and more than 770 million views! Their Fails of the Week series is quite popular + don’t miss out on their Mythbusters.
Clash Royale Esports
Clash Royale Esports is sharing videos for the popular Clash Royale League. Their channel has 931K subscribers although it was created only 2 years ago. Furthermore, their videos have been viewed more than 74 million times. They feature the best Clash Royale teams and players and their Top 5 Plays series must not be missed.
Akshon Esports focuses on educational videos, documentaries, and behind-the-scenes insights on all things esports and gaming. Their videos have been watched more than 67 million times since 2016. With their engaging content they have accumulated 184K subscribers.
Skill Capped is uploading League of Legends top guides, jungle guides, mid guides, adc guides, support guides and adc guides every single week. Their analysts focus on both high level gameplay and also how to climb out of low elo. They have more than 530K subscribers.
TheScore esports has been around since 2015 and has accumulated more than 1.5M subscribers. Furthermore, their views have recently passed the 500 million mark. You would get at least one video per day in a variety of popular esports.
What about Twitch?
Twitch used to be the default video platform for games, before YouTube tried to take a share of the pie.
Viewership in Twitch is massive. The current record for concurrent Twitch viewership was set by the League of Legends Worlds in November 2019 – with 1.7 million concurrent viewers at one stage!
Rocket League has an average of 35K viewers per week.
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