Playing FIFA alone can be boring after a long time. Luckily, there are countless creators who deliver different FIFA content on Twitch. You can visit them to improve yourself, learn the basics of trading, or just have fun. Here are six FIFA streamers that we suggest you watch:
Nick “RunTheFUTMarket” Bartels
Trading is a crucial element in FIFA Ultimate Team and it’s hard to learn if you don’t spend time on it. Even after that, you might need some guidance to find the correct way. RunTheFUTMarket is one of the best channels that give important hints about the FUT market and trading. He also gives devotes a lot of time to FIFA gameplay in his streams. His community is welcoming and they’ll probably answer most of your questions in the chat. In addition, Nick produces content on YouTube as well. If you miss his live streams, don’t forget to check his YouTube channel.
Edwin “Castro_1021” Castro
Castro is one of the biggest streamers on Twitch in the FIFA genre. Especially in the early stages of the game, he is watched by thousands of viewers every single day. Athough the Mexican/American streamer doesn’t promise high-level gameplay or FUT market insights in his streams, you cn expect good fun as he opens countless FIFA packs. If a new promotion comes up in FIFA, Castro mostly will be there and try to grab the new cards. Since he’s a football addict, you might also catch him watching real football in the stream.
Donovan “Tekkz” Hunt
Tekkz is a professional FIFA player and is currently playing for European powerhouse Fnatic. The British player is so talented that he is considered one of the best players in the world. He doesn’t have a regular stream schedule as other streamers have but he often shares his gameplay with the fans. Watching him and analyzing his play would be great to improve yourself in FIFA, but don’t feel bad while observing him since he makes the game look so easy.
Ivan “BorasLegend” Lapanje
Ivan is among the oldest names in the scene and made his name known as BorasLegend. Representing Red Bull these days, the player competed for big clubs during his careers, such as Copenhagen Wolves, Hashtag United, and Futbolist. Besides being in the top five in Sweden, BorasLegend finished last year’s Global Series Ranking as the 56th. Considering the new FIFA title is coming in 20 days, following one of the prominent names of FIFA will be helpful.
Jamie “Bateson87” Bateson
Batenson is a pure content creator who plays different games but spends most of his time in FIFA. He has more than 800 thousand followers on Twitch and nearly 1.5 million subscribers on YouTube. Bateson comes to the forefront when it comes to consistency, producing regular content for his YouTube and Twitch channels. It’s likely you’ll see him online on Twitch most of the time when FIFA 22 comes out.
Anthony ”Aa9skillz” Machado
From the career mode to the Ultimate Team, Aa9skillz offers all types of FIFA content for his viewers. Similar to the majority of the creators, Anthony spends some money on FIFA packs to get better players. His YouTube subscriber count has hit nearly 2 million, while his Twitch channel has 635 thousand followers.