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Best Mixer Streamers – Top 10 Most Followed Influencers on Mixer

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With gaming influencers winning the hearts of millions, it is crucial to understand who’s who in the industry. Get to know the top streamers on Mixer.

While the gaming industry is growing at an incredible pace, more players become celebrities who dictate the trends. The success of a new game title heavily depends on its appeal to the gaming influencers who can generate huge interest in the title by streaming the gameplay on their channels.

With some top video game streamers moving from Twitch to Mixer, the marketers’ attention has turned to this platform. Take a closer look at these 10 Mixer influencers who are driving the platform’s growth.

The List of Top 10 Mixer Streamers

1. Ninja

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This gaming superstar made Mixer appear in all the gaming headlines when he announced his transfer from Twitch. Rumor has it, Microsoft paid a large check for this transition, but Ninja hasn’t revealed any details concerning this. However, Ninja’s representative explained that abandoning Twitch was a grounded decision since the platform was restricting streamer’s partnerships to some point. Mixer, on another side, would help to develop Ninja brand outside gaming. Either way, the cooperation seems mutually beneficial: Mixer significantly strengthened its positions after Ninja joined it, bringing a part of his vast Twitch’s audience with him. 

Richard Tyler Blevins, aka Ninja, is one of the best-known professional gamers in the world. He streams Fortnite, and he has set a record on Twitch for the largest concurrent audience – about 667,000 live viewers. Streamer’s sponsorships include some big names like Red Bull, Uber, Apex Legends, etc., and the most recent one, signed after he became a Mixer streamer – Adidas. Ninja’s transition to the platform made other popular gaming influencers consider Mixer. 

2. Shroud

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Michael Grzesiek is another gaming professional who turned to streaming on Mixer. A pro-player of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Shroud was employed by the Cloud9 esports organization and won several prizes in 2016 and 2017. In 2018, he dropped both Cloud9 and CS: GO and stepped into becoming a full-time Twitch streamer. Until October 2019, when he unexpectedly followed Ninja’s lead. 

During his streamer’s career, Shroud has partnered with several gaming-related brands like HyperX and Jinx. Also, his broad audience helped him acquire several non-gaming sponsorships – OnePlus, Madrina’s Coffee, and some other. And, of course, gaming companies such as Ubisoft and PUBG added to the streamer’s sponsorships.

3. TheGrefg

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Spanish-speaking streamer David Canovas started winning his followers on YouTube. Since 2012, he’s been making gaming videos of Call of Duty Modern Warfare, complementing his game list with Black Ops 2, Ghosts, and other Call of Duty series. After TheGrefg turned his attention to Fortnite, the number of his subscribers has grown exponentially. David Canovas is a co-owner of esports team Heretics and an author of the book “The secrets of YouTube.”

Grefg is an old-time member of Mixer – he’s joined the platform in August 2017 and has almost 55 million views. With his massive social presence across many channels – 3.8 million followers on Instagram, 2.5 million on Twitter, and 11.5 million on YouTube – Grefg is definitely worth partnering with. 

4. Ship

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Another Fortnite player, Ship is 21-year-old talent from New York. Steve was streaming on Beam even before its acquisition by Microsoft. Ship streams full-time, and his views’ count has gone over 12 million. 

Being a Mixer partner, his channel has over 600 thousand subscribers. Steve’s streams are sponsored by brands like MAXNOMIC, Elgato, Scuf gaming, G Fuel that are popular among gaming audience. 

5. JaredFPS

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Jared is another early member of Mixer – he joined the platform in 2016 and has almost 4 million views. He’s also a founder and CEO of esports Team Passion. 

A devoted Mixer streamer and partner, JaredFPS has a bunch of various partnerships signed: from Logitech and Astro to Gunnar glasses and Grubhub food delivery. He’s promoting both his channel and his pro-team through multiple social media.

6. SIEFE

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Professional gamer, former Director of eSports at WorldGaming, Siefe Awade started his career as a pro-player of Call of Duty 4, boosting the number of his followers by recording gameplays and betting on esports. He ran and helped execute some of the largest esports events. 

As Siefe tells about himself, he’s a social media/business hybrid. For three years already, Siefe has been streaming on Mixer (starting from the Beam stage). At the moment, he has about 5 million views and partnerships with Turtle Beach and G Fuel. 

7. Agustin51

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Spanish Fortnite player Antonio Agustín launched his YouTube channel in 2015, where he posted playthroughs and comments on Black Ops and Clash Royale, among other famous titles. He is a member of Escuadrón Salchichón – a web group of video creators and gaming influencers, which also includes TheGrefg. All members of Escuadron live together in the mansion in Andorra. Agustin51 joined Mixer in 2018 and has 14 million views at the moment.

8. Ampeterby7

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Ampeterby7 is another member of Escuadrón Salchichón. He is a 20-year-old YouTube star with more than 4 million followers. He started his channel from Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 back in 2013. 

Ampeterby7 joined Mixer in 2017, streaming Fortnite and Call of Duty. At the moment, his view count has exceeded 9 million. The influencer’s estimated net worth in 2019 is somewhere between $1 and $5 million.

9. QueenEliminator

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One and only female Mixer streamer to water down the male leaderboard, Lillian Gabrielle streamlines a variety of games: Fortnite, Call of Duty, Apex Legends, and GTA. Since joining Mixer in 2017, Queen Eliminator’s streams have been viewed almost 4 million times. 

She’s also busy signing up various sponsorships: Gunnar, G Fuel, Astro, Techni Sport, and Meta Threads. Lily is active on Twitter and Instagram, has a YouTube channel, and Queen’s Castle on Discord.

10. NVAD3

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Allan Shofner from California, known among gamers as Nvad3, has been a member of the Beam community for a while. A big sports fan, Allan is mostly streaming NBA 2K, complementing it with Fortnite and Call of Duty. His Mixer streams have been gained almost 3 million views since 2017. Allan Shofner cooperates with Elgato and Corsair on Mixer and SoaR Gaming on Twitter. 

Interested in working with Mixer streamers to promote your brand? As a specialized gaming influencer agency, Cloutboost has expertise in brand partnerships with Mixer streamers. Reach out to the Cloutboost team to guide you on launching a successful influencer marketing campaign on Mixer.