If you can’t find Valorant streamers to watch on Twitch, try these seven names who offer a different brand of content.
Twitch is getting bigger and bigger every single day. Thus, finding the right streamer who plays the games you’re interested in becomes harder. Valorant is one of the top games on the platform and many names stream under the banner. If you’re looking for new Valorant streamers, we suggest you these seven personalities:
Tarık “tarik” Çelik
The CS:GO Major winner has been giving so much time to Valorant in his streams recently. After being inactive on Evil Geniuses’ roster, the 25-year-old focused on his live streams. He still plays CS:GO, but also produces high-level gameplay in Valorant. Watching a top-tier CS:GO player showing his talent in another title is quite entertaining.
Spencer “Hiko” Martin
Hiko is the man you should be watching when you want to watch a professional Valorant player streaming. Even though he has a busy schedule filled with practicing, the veteran player doesn’t allow this to hamper his regular streams. He is currently playing for 100 Thieves and trying to achieve some success in international Valorant events. You might learn a few new tricks by watching him play on Twitch.
Kyedae “Kyedae” Shymko
Followers of Tyson “TenZ” Ngo are already familiar with Kyedae’s face. However, the young content creator’s success is more than that. Starting her streaming career in 2020, Kyedae was spending most of her time with Just Chatting and Valorant on Twitch. After a short time, she rose on the platform and became a content creator of 100 Thieves in April. She doesn’t promise you the highest level of gameplay, but a fun way to spend your day.
Jakub “Lothar” Szygulski
Lothar is among the people who completely focuses on Valorant after the game’s launch. He took part in every Valorant Champions Tour 2021 occasion as a caster or a commentator. Besides showing up in the tournaments, Lothar is also a content creator for European powerhouse G2 Esports, streaming on Twitch. Visit him to hear some insight about Valorant.
Having over 360,000 followers on Twitch, ploo comes to the forefront with her competitive personality. After the performances she showed on Twitch, ploo joined Gen.G Esports in March as a content creator. The 22-year-old also shares her content on YouTube regularly.
Jonas “AverageJonas” Navarsete
Singer, actor, commentator, analyst, and content creator; AverageJonas is a full package in gaming entertainment world. You can tune in to his streams to have fun, even though you don’t know anything about Valorant. In January, he stepped up his game and joined Team Liquid as a content creator. Don’t be surprised if you see him looking at the sky holding a bow since he’s obsessed with Sova’s lineups.
Brandon “Aceu” Winn
Apex Legends world knew who Aceu was very well before Valorant came out. His outstanding talent in the battle royale game made him one of the prominent streamers of North America. With the release of Valorant, the North American content creator and one of Valorant’s rising streamers started to feature the new fps game in his Twitch a lot. In fact, many people thought that he would be a pro player. However, Aceu continued to produce Valorant content, but didn’t go pro. He’s the right streamer to watch if you like some unexpected plays.