League of Legends is one of the most popular games on earth. With such a huge number of fans, it makes sense that the game has a huge stream count.
Up until recently, Riot Games had League of Legends as its only title. Despite other popular releases, nothing has quite been able to keep up with their primary title.
Due to the large player base and popularity, the game has helped develop the esports industry. Think of esports players and most people's first reactions will be Faker. As the GOAT of the esports world, he is a professional LoL player too.
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Streamer Tyler “Tyler1” Steinkamp
Have you ever had a really bad League of Legends game? Been flamed by teammates and leave feeling defeated? Well, on the other side of that is the flamer. And there isn't anyone quite like Tyler1 for flaming.
Tyler has been described as one of the most toxic players in the world. He even received a two-year ban from Riot. But his return broke Twitch records as his fans reunited to celebrate his return.
Since his ban, the streamer has made a promise to avoid toxicity. However, fans did not believe this was the case. Since then, he has become a model player, who is still sometimes prone to rages but overall has had a redemption arc.
Michael “Imaqtpie” Santana
Imaqtpie is an ex pro player for team Dignitas. Considered an OG League of Legends player, he has earned his way up to be one of the best streamers of LoL in 2022.
His laid-back and chill demeanour is the opposite of Tyler's, but don't let this fool you. He will still whoop your ass on the Rift.
Streamer Hammoudi “Yassuo” Abdalrhman
With a name like Yassuo, it's pretty obvious who this player might main...Although, this is at the start of his career, since then he has mastered every champion he touches and proved his strength at League of Legends.
Zachary "Sneaky" Scuderi
Sneaky is one of the best bot laners in League of Legends. He used to play in LCS but transitioned into a popular streamer who is also known for his female cosplays of champions such as Sivir and Ahri.
His past plays as Twitch in Cloud9 have him still keeping the trophy of best Twitch player, despite the time has he taken off from pro-play.
Streamer Lee "Faker" Sang-hyeok
This list would be incomplete without mentioning the king of esports. Faker is such an iconic figure not only for League of Legends but also in the esports industry.
However, for those not familiarised with Korean, his streams may not make much sense. Luckily, the streamer uploads English translations onto his Youtube channel too.