Nowadays, it’s not easy to stand out on Twitch, the popular game streaming platform. As of this writing, more than 7 million streamers are using the service to live share their gameplay, paint a new piece of art, or try to activate viewers’ autonomous sensory meridian responses (ASMR). That’s a lot of competition. Then there are the goliaths, people whose names are almost synonymous with the platform itself, like Hasan “Hasanabi” Piker, Kai Cenat, Félix “xQc” Lengyel, and Imane “Pokimane” Anys. How can you be seen in such a huge sea?
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If you want to become a successful Twitch streamer, you’ll need to devote a ton of time and energy to streaming regularly and building an audience, but you’ll probably also benefit from doing a little, creating a character, or just having a absolutely exceptional sense of humor. (Think Dr. Disrespect, but not an asshole.) You need to stand out, make yourself more visible than the 7,000th person on stream. Call of Duty.
The streamers gathered here all do something particularly funny during their streams, or they’re just downright hilarious. They feel less like you’re watching a gameplay presentation and more like you’re sitting through an improv show. Here are some of the funniest and most unique Twitch streamers you should check out ASAP.
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