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Top 15 most popular Facebook gaming streamers and numbers of followers 2021

Tuko logo Tuko 25/10/2021 Venic Nyanchama
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Facebook game streaming was established in 2018, and a year later, a dedicated URL on the website was launched. Since then, fans can select any of the popular Facebook gaming streamers to watch the tips and tricks of their favourite games. So, who are the top 15 most popular streamers?

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How do facebook streamers make money? Through stars (equivalent to Twitch bits), supporters (monthly subscriptions), and third-party donations. Additional methods to earn income include advertisements, merchandise sales, and brand affiliate earnings.

Popular Facebook gaming streamers

How much do Facebook streamers make? The payment varies from one person to another. Streamers have made Facebook for gamers an exciting platform to enhance their playing skills. The following is a list of Facebook streamers that are popular in 2021:

1. Mobile Legends: Bang Bang - 29 million

Mobile Legends: Bang Bang is a mobile multiplayer online battle arena that was developed by Moonton. It was released in 2016 and become popular in Southeast Asia. The game has over 28 million followers on Facebook and 11 million on Instagram.

2. ChooxTv - 12 million

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Choox TV is an online gaming streamer based in the Philippines. Edgar Dumali aka Choox TV is a content creator who does vlogging and streaming on his YouTube channel and Facebook page. He has over 12 million followers on Facebook.

In 2019, Edgar was signed as a talent under the homegrown gaming community Rumble Royale. Other talents from the same agency include popular celebrity streamers like Myrtle Sarrosa, Megan Young, and Eruption.

3. Akosi Dogie - 8 million

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Setsuna Ignacio known in Mobile Gaming community as Akosi Dogie is a Filipino-French Streamer, Vlogger, Tech Enthusiast, Brand Ambassador and former coach of Aether Main. Started his first YouTube channel on 23rd October2005 streaming Mobile Legends: Bang Bang and later on become talents of gaming network Rumble Royale. He has over 8 million followers on Facebook.

4. Alodia Gosiengfiao - 7.7 million

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Alodia is Filippino gamer who also doubles up as a singer, pianist, model, and actress. She began to stream on Twitch in 2014, then moved to Facebook in March 2018. She can be watched playing Smash Brothers, Overwatch, and Mobile Legends. The streamer has over 7.7 million Facebook followers and has reached partner status.

5. Stone Mountain 64 - 3.4 million

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Stone Mountain has 3.4 million Facebook followers making him one of the most followed Facebook streamers. He launched his YouTube channel in 2011 and has been uploading gaming videos ever since. On Facebook, the streamer plays games such as Escape from Tarkov, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, and Apex Legends. He is a partner on the Facebook Gaming platform.

6. Kristine Santamena - 3.4 million

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Kristine is also one of the top ten Facebook gamers. She has over 3.4 million Facebook followers. She plays games like Mobile Legends, World War Z, and Apex Legends. On her YouTube channel, she has 320,000 subscribers. This gamer is also a vlogger and traveller.

7. Gina Darling - 1.5 million

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The gamer is also a model and an ex-gogo dancer. She was raised in San Jose, California. The YouTuber turned streamer has over 1.5 million followers on Facebook, where she has attained partner status. Gina Darling gaming prowess is in games like Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, and Final Fantasy VII. She also manages an Instagram account.

8. Disguised toast - 1.5 million

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Disguised Toast started off streaming on Twitch in October 2016. Games like Teamfight Tactics and Legends of Runeterra gained him a lot of popularity. He has over 1.5 million followers.

On Facebook, he plays games like Minecraft, League of Legends and Apex Legends. He loves to hang out with other streamers like Pokimane and Michael Reeves. He has been a Facebook streamer since November 2019 and has attained partner status.

9. Thinnd - 1.3 million

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Thinnd is one of the big Facebook gaming streamers. He has 1.3 million followers and plays Call of Duty: Warzone. Michael 'Thinnd' McMahon was suspended from Facebook after an ex, Theresa Nheap accused him of emotional abuse.

She also claims that he broke a bathroom door while she was in the shower. The 27-year-old has however denied the allegations. In the meantime, he has been streaming his videos on YouTube. He has also hired a lawyer and is hoping to be reinstated by Facebook once his name is cleared.

10. Corinna Kopf - 1 million

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Corinna Kopf is also a former streamer for Twitch. As a Twitch streamer, she was banned for wearing undergarments on stream. She signed an exclusive deal with Facebook Gaming in December 2019 and was made a partner.

She frequently plays Fortnite and chats on her Facebook page. Corinna has over 1 million followers. She also has a popular Instagram page and YouTube Channel. Among the games she plays are Fortnite, Minecraft or Just Chatting. How much money do Facebook streamers make? Stars like Kopf's net worth is $6 million.

11. Darkness 429 - 834,000

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This character is held by a man named Tim. He has over 834,000 followers on Facebook and over 10,000 members on his Discord server. He plays First-Person Shooters and Battle Royal. He got popular on Twitch after having been there for four years.

He moved to Facebook Gaming in early 2018. Seven months after moving, he had already tripled his Twitch following on Facebook. His games include The Last of Us: Part II and Escape from Tarkov. He is a Facebook partner.

12. ZLaner - 773,000

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His full name is Zack Lane. He is in his 20s and is based in Canada. He has over 773,000 followers. ZLaner started streaming on Facebook Gaming in July 2018. The gamer gained popularity playing Fortnite.

In early 2020, he transitioned almost exclusively to streaming. He plays Call of Duty: Warzone. He has 60,000 YouTube subscribers. He has recently partnered with Dr Disrespect, a collaboration that is further boosting his popularity on all his platforms.

13. KingSlayer - 468,000

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KingSlayer began his streaming career on Twitch before transitioning to YouTube. He made the shift because the latter did not favour the growth of popular games like Fortnite. He created the KingSlayer character, a man wearing a crown with war paint around his eyes.

He began to stream on Facebook, and his career took off. Kingslayer continues to create exciting content, especially that which is Fornite related to his viewers. He has over 468,000 followers and is also a partner. Other games he plays include Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.

14. DooM49 - 420,000

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Sain, better known as DooM49 on different social media platforms, is a famous gamer and producer. He streams content across multiple platforms, including Facebook Gaming. However, the streamer primarily focuses on Call of Duty: Warzone, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, and Battlefield 1.

His gameplay includes funny moments and his top plays. He’s also the creator of the DooM49ers, a player group for players aged 64 and over. He has slightly over 420,000 followers on his Facebook account. He also has a YouTube channel with over 728,000 subscribers.

15. GoodGameBro - 316,000 followers

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GoodGameBro Veney is the guy who got his ankles broken by James Hardin. He plays a lot of Fortnite, Madden NFL 20, and Rocket League. He creates content for gaming and also uploads many sports-related videos to his YouTube channel. He uploads new content on almost a daily basis.

GoodGameBro is also the Influencer Marketing Manager at Nestle. He has been streaming on Facebook Gaming since 2018 and has raised over $20,000 for the St.Jude Children’s Hospital through charity streams. He has over 316,000 followers on his Facebook account.

Facebook Gaming continues to gain popularity across the globe. The platform has surpassed YouTube gaming and Twitch, which were in existence way before Facebook. Many of the popular Facebook Gaming streamers are earning a decent living off this mode of entertainment.

Tuko.co.ke shared an interesting piece on the list of the richest Twitch streamers. The Amazon-owned platform allows companies to pay to advertise their content on it. Some of the richest streamers have a net worth of over $5 million.

Leading the list is Swedish gamer PewDiePie who is worth over $ 20 million. He is followed by Summit1G with a worth of $7.5 million. TimtheTatman is another Twitch content creator who is worth $6.5 million.

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