The great thing about Twitch are the million faces you see streaming. Whether it’s for comedy, or just to see the skill players have, Twitch had given us an opportunity to show off what we are capable of, and actually create a living on something gamers love to do.
As we get closer to the end of 2016, I believe it is time to look back and look at the top four best FPS Streamers of 2016!
SovietWomble has been around both Twitch and YouTube for quite sometime, mainly being known for his excellent acting for betraying two players during a Rust stream. Womble is also known for his Bullshitery series when he highlights the best twitch moments with his clan, the ZF.
Womble streams almost every week day, and sometimes on the weekends, where he picks a few games to play with friends and streams for a few hours, getting content for his videos on YouTube. While only having 282 thousand followers on Twitch, Womble makes up for his follows with his YouTube subscribers, reaching a million subscribers just recently.
Accompanied by close friends such as Cyanide, Edberg, Kaffle and Nep, Womble gives his viewers endless entertainment no matter what he plays, be it horror, FPS, or even simulation games like Kerbal Space Program. If you are searching for a great stream with amazing people, then check out SovietWomble!
Mostly known for his Swiftor Says videos on YouTube, Joseph “Swiftor” Alminawi spends his time streaming on multiple consoles and his PC, mostly playing games like Call of Duty and Gears of War. Swiftor was also a Justin.tv user before the site went down, moving over to Twitch to stream.
Swiftor streams everyday, and has a “Gold Level Unibro” list which gives his viewers a chance on being on the list by buying Bits in the chat. Swiftor is well known in the Call of Duty fandom, and has almost a million followers on Twitch.
Along with a podcast he does on the side, D Pad Podcast, Swiftor is of interest to anyone who loves watching Call of Duty players, and deserves all of his fans.
Tim “TimTheTatman” is a Twitch Streamer who mostly plays Overwatch, while also keeping up with the increasing fanbase he had gained over the years. While not as well known as some of the other entries on the list, TimTheTatman does deserve all the recognition he can get.
Tim is energetic and slightly offensive to those who are sensitive to certain phrases or words, but really gives his viewers an amazing
Streaming almost every day and night, Tim connects with his fans, and even has a section for his “Kings and Gods” for subscribing to him. Like I said before, he isn’t as well known compared to others, but still has over three fourths of a million followers on his twitch account. Tim is recommended for anyone who is a fan of Overwatch, and just a fan of good, funny, savage commentary.
Syndicate is one of the most well known names in Twitch, and in all honesty, he deserves it all. Tom “Syndicate” Cassell has been around for quite sometime, but it seems as the years continue on, Tom just gets better and better with his streams, videos, and any content he puts out anywhere.
Caring to fans, sensitive and very humorous, Syndicate cares completely about his fans and would give them the world if he could. Tom also has almost ten million subscribers on YouTube and 2.5 million followers on Twitch, earning and deserving every single viewer and subscriber.
With his amazing accent, fantastic skills of Call of Duty, and humor that puts a smile on anyone's face, Syndicate deserves his spot here, and I hope to see more of him in the future.
2016 was a great year for streamers and YouTubers, but just remember, as the years go by, so much more talent emerges from these social media outputs. There are millions that use both, and more users are made every day.
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