We live in a digitally booming age where new forms of multimedia entertainment are growing ever rapidly like never before.
Online gaming is now considered mainstream and is played by everyone, not just the nerd or geek stereotypes that were previously renowned from the golden days.
With the negative stigma gone and the technology more widely accessible to a diverse range of players like never before; beautiful ladies have become no exception to the latest trend.
“Streamer girls” have recognized the potential for showcasing their creative talents on various platforms such as Twitch, and have pounced upon the opportunities that come with melting their viewers’ hearts.
Of course, it always helps to have the right chest size, skimpy outfits, and a badass attitude to help you along the way…
Whether you’re searching for your next online dream girl or wanting to explore the wonders that Twitch has to offer, you can’t go wrong with the top female streamers on this list!
Who are the top Female Streamers on Twitch?
Follower Count: 1.1 M
BotezLive is a unique Twitch channel that focuses primarily on streaming chess instead of more traditional content like video games. What’s even more unique is that two sisters – Alexandra and Andrea Botez built it together.
The channel was kicked off by older sister Alexandra (in 2017) while she was still in college. At the time, Alexandra, (who’s now 26), thought streaming her chess tournaments would be a fun way to sort of “decompress” during her time at Stanford University.
Eventually, younger sister Andrea (now 20) started hosting her own chess tournaments on the channel, first somewhat sporadically and then later becoming a full partner.
Their personable, and expressive personalities, unique content, and popularity of “The Queen’s Gambit” Netflix series all helped them become an instant hit.
Today the two sisters host their own streams separately and jointly. They frequently host “Just Chatting” sessions where they answer fan and follower questions and talk about their lives. When watching live, you can quickly tell the Botez sisters take the game of chess very seriously. Moreover, you can almost feel the intensity in their tournament streams.
There aren’t a lot of people streaming chess in the Twitch space, and certainly none that have the same kind of following that these sisters have. If you like watching chess content, then this is the place to go, to admire some of the top female streamers.
18. “39Daph” – Daphne Wai
Follower Count: 1.1M
39Daph is a 23-year-old Canadian streamer that came out of absolutely nowhere to become one of the most popular Twitch girls on the platform. She first started streaming in July 2019, grew her subs to 250K almost overnight, and today (just a few years later) has north of 1.1M followers.
On top of that, Delph has built those numbers mostly without streaming traditional Twitch content (videogames) but instead by sharing her digital art. Producing her own digital illustrations of anime-inspired storylines, her creativity has helped to carve out her very own corner of Twitch.
Recent partnerships with major YouTubers and other Twitch streamers have helped her push her international fame to even higher levels. Lately, She has even begun to branch out into Instagram/ Twitter as a fashion and lifestyle influencer.
39daph has been involved in a couple of high-profile “Twitch flame wars”, most notably with fellow superstar female streamer Imane ‘Pokimane’ Anys. Ultimately, the drama only really helped both of these streamers to boost their follower numbers, though!
17. “Fuslie” – Leslie Ann Fu
Follower Count: 1.2M
Leslie Ann Fu, AKA Fuslie, is an American Twitch streamer from California. She grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and graduated from the University of California Irvine in 2014. After that she then started her post-grad for teaching, but shortly dropped out to pursue streaming full-time.
Since signing up to Twitch in 2015, Fuslie has put her gaming efforts primarily into League of Legends with a few other titles on the side, including GTA, Valorant, and Among Us. However, Fuslie’s LoL skills did eventually put her in the spotlight, allowing her to stream for professional teams Immortals and Phoenix1 briefly.
Fuslie increased popularity in December 2018, after she hosted a 4-day streaming boot camp alongside LoL streamer BoxBox to help rising streamers and content creators hone their craft.
They repeated the event in June 2019, but had to cancel for 2020. Nonetheless, this did not stop her from getting an exclusive contract with Twitch in the same year, as well as an invite to join gaming-organization 100 Thieves a year later in 2021.
Fans love watching Fuslie’s streams because they see her as an authentically nice person. She goes out of her way to build a relationship with her audience, even at meet and greets. This makes her streams a laid-back space, which is easy for everybody to enjoy.
16. “Hannahxxrose” – Hannah Rose
Follower Count: 1.2M
Hannah Rose is a YouTuber and Twitch streamer who has captivated her audience through Minecraft content. Her reputation grew as fans and other members in the community started recognizing her PvP skills on the Hypixel Bedwars and Ultra Hardcore mini-games.
Hannah studied Chemical Engineering in college but now operates as a full-time content creator. Although she started playing Minecraft back in 2014, she only began uploading to YouTube in 2016. That was after noticing the lack of female Minecraft streamers available to watch.
After joining Twitch in 2019, Hannah dug deeper into her future as a streamer by showing off her skills, alongside her lively personality and humor. Doing frequent live streams also resulted in her uploading even more clips to a variety of other social media platforms, such as Twitter and TikTok.
In January 2021, Hannah joined the Dream SMP (a famous, invite-only, role-playing Minecraft server) as its 32nd member. Be sure to tune in to can catch her holding up the Dream SMP storyline and lore. She’s a treat for fans looking for an authentic person with genuine good nature.
Follower Count: 1.2M
Nationality: Puerto Rican/ American
Ironmouse is a Puerto Rican Vtuber that portrays herself as a “snarky and sweet”, 2-D anime-waifu. In contrast to the other top female streamers on this list, Ironmouse has managed to accumulate over 1.2M followers without ever actually having to show her face!
Ironmouse first started out as an independent streamer, before attracting a Vshojo sponsorship in November 2020. She began streaming on Twitch in August 2018, which led her to make friends and socialize in the community.
Even though Ironmouse is hidden from the camera, early followers recall that she was very shy at first. Viewers were constantly asking her random questions and things often got a bit too much. However, over time she quickly blossomed into the chaotic character that everyone knows now.
Ironmouse’s streams vary in content. Most of her streams fall into the “Just Chatting” category but sometimes she often plays games, too. Her favorites include: Takes Two, Fall Guys, GTA, Dark Souls, and Super Bunny Man. Besides this, she hosts Lewdcast with streamers Melody and Silverdale, and regularly appears on the Rant Café Anime Podcast.
The name Ironmouse comes from her small-yet-formidable 4’10″ size and the name of her favorite Sailor Moon character. Ironmouse lovingly refers to her followers as “Flancitos”, and they return the sentiment. Fans adore her for her energy and lewd sense of humor, finding the perfect mix of sweet and twisted.
14. “LuluLuvely” – Lindsey
Follower Count: 1.3M
LuluLuvely is a streamer girl from Texas, who first started out on Twitch at the end of 2016. Since then, she’s managed to grow her follower count by focusing solely on creating FPS content with games like Valorant, Overwatch, and Apex Legends.
Lindsey’s Apex skills have resulted in her becoming one of the most popular female steamers in the Apex Legends community right now. Affectionately known as the Queen of Apex by her fans, she’s great at what she does and serves as an inspiration to many aspiring streamers. In particular, women streamers who are tentative about putting themselves in the spotlight.
While LuluLuvely is a full-time streamer, she also branches out to write and make content for NRG. Based in Los Angeles, California, NRG is an American professional esports organization that focuses on FPS titles. Most of her work involves and endorsements and promotions, such as going to events.
LuluLuvely is pretty quiet about her personal life, but she does not stand for trolling in her streams. While most try to ignore the bullies, Lindsey has a reputation for taking them head on. Her quick comebacks and skill-set are part of the reason viewers love to check into her videos, follow, and subscribe!
13. “BrookeAB” – Brooke Ashley Bond
Follower Count: 1.3M
Brooke is a female Twitch streamer from Los Angeles, California who has enjoyed incredible success – almost from day one.
She started her channel back in 2018, primarily as a Pokémon channel but later followed the trend and moved on over to Fortnite. Like most new streamers at the time, she often played with a couple of her friends and even random players.
As Brooke’s statue grew, she was invited to join Corrina’s streaming squad, which included Tfue and Symfuhny. This was Brooke’s first big break where her sub count really took off. The next came in 2019, after becoming just the second female member of esports clan 100 Thieves.
As a streamer, Brooke brings a lot of personality to the table, and even more so during collaborations with 100 Thieves. It’s not unusual for some of the biggest streamers and friends in the clan to jump on Fortnite with Brooke, all shooting for a Victory Royale.
Apart from streaming Fortnite, Booke has added Valorant content to her streaming library, too. Usually, she streams multiple times a week, often with streams running three or four hours long.
12. “Hafu” – Rumay Wang
Follower Count: 1.3M
Hafu is the most decorated gamer on the list, having actual accolades in pro gaming. Born to be competitive, Hafu refuses to not be the highest on the leader board for any of the games she has played.
Before becoming a top competitor player for Hearthstone Arena, she was a pro World of Warcraft player, coming first place in MLG Orlando and MLG Dallas in 2008.
If you ever hear someone say “girls can’t play games”, then just send them a link to Hafu’s channel so they will sit back down and understand the true meaning of “there’s always an Asian better than you”.
Hafu is all about sticking to one game until she masters it and that game currently is Teamfight Tactics. Sorry if you are here for Hearthstone, as she quit playing it some time ago. However, it does not bother her 1.3M subscribers though as they are still with her on her journey to becoming the best on the next game.
11. “Alinity” – Natalia Divine Mogollon
Follower Count: 1.5M
Alinity is another controversial streamer who has previously feuded with PewDiePie online and has stirred up all kinds of troubles on Twitch. Still, none of that has really garnished her reputation as she still has over 1.5M followers.
Her controversy largely comes from being regarded as a “Thot streamer“, who likes to flaunt her sexuality to become popular. Well, last time I checked, models use their sexuality to become popular too, so I don’t really see the issue!
While she does like to spend a good portion of her stream time ‘flirting’ in front of the camera and chatting to random people, she still tries to find time for gaming.
She has played a variety of popular games in the past but currently sticks with Apex Legends for the majority of her streams. Once in a while she will break out a casual game but expect to watch a lot of Apex Legends if you choose to follow her.
10. “Loeya” – Liah
Follower Count: 1.5M
If you prefer to watch someone that is best described as a “hyperactive princess”, then Loeya is the one for you.
She could be considered a latecomer to the platform starting out in 2017, but still has managed to secure a respectable 1.5M followers, which is very impressive for such a short period of time.
Loeyas a dedicated Fortnite streamer, and is among the top ten watched whenever she is online. Do not let her looks fool you, as many consider her to be a competitive calibre player, who comes with a solid win rate.
You might be curious, but what in the world is a “hyperactive princess”? Well, she looks and behaves like a little princess, as cute as a button, until she gets going in the game that is.
Liah often likes to make epic facial expressions, does “chipmunk” sound effects and performs victory dances; simply put, she’s a goofball of fun.
9. “Kyedae” – Kyedae Shymko
Follower Count: 1.6M
Kyedae Shymko is a Canadian streamer and content creator for 100 Thieves.
A relative newcomer to the streaming world, Kyedae began streaming full time on Twitch in late 2020. As the girlfriend of TenZ, a professional Valorant gamer, she gradually featured on his streams, which resulted in a huge following of her own.
Kyedae spends most of her time streaming on Twitch but does a decent amount of scripted content on her YouTube channel, too. She has described herself as a lifelong gamer, particularly passionate about FPS style games. Right now, she’s big into Valorant (like her boyfriend), and the bulk of the videos on her Twitch channel are of that fast paced, hero style shooter.
Anybody that has ever seen a stream from Kyedae can tell you that she’s incredibly warm, confident, and funny. She loves to engage with her viewers, reading super chats, answering questions, and shouting out to long-term followers that have been with her since the very beginning.
With everything going right for Kyedae at such a young age, it’s only a matter of time before she becomes the number one top female Twitch streamer!
Follower Count: 1.6M
Taylor Jeveaux grew up spending a lot of time focusing on art and creative outlets. She developed an interest in photography in 6th grade, and that helped fuel other passions throughout her life.
Leaving home at age 15 and graduating high school at 16 gave Taylor an early start on the rest of her life, later joining a holistic health practitioner program at 17. However, after traveling internationally, her interests collided, and she dove into videography to capture and share the cultures she was witnessing.
Taylors Twitch streams began gaining traction in the middle of 2020. This is when she combined her reputation as a model with a true variety of content. While many fans tuned in for her hot tub streams, she also grew in popularity due to things like cosplaying, video game streams, and simple chats with her viewers.
Taylor is no stranger to scandal, given the nature of her content and her other careers, but her biggest headlines surround her response to other female streamers blaming harassment on her style of content. She said she wants to make sure that people are held responsible for their own actions, instead of shifting the blame to other women.
7. “Sweet_Anita” Anita
Follower Count: 1.9M
Sweet Anita is a Fortnite streamer with one incredibly unique aspect. Yes, she is an attractive female gamer, we’ve all seen that… but what really makes Anita stand out from the crowd is that she suffers from Tourette’s.
While many mean-spirited “trolls” will simply tune into her stream to gawk and poke fun, Sweet Anita does not care. Instead, she has managed to amass a huge following on Twitch by being very vocal about her affliction and the toll it takes on her life.
By exploiting her affliction in humorous ways, she has made a name for herself where many others haven’t. She regularly uploads highlights to her YouTube channel to showcase her various outbursts and frequently features them in humorous episodes.
Followers tune into her streams in the hope of her catching her saying something hilarious, and she’s laughing with them all the way to the bank $$$. Anita just so happens to be one of many people in the world who is very proud and upfront about her condition!
6. “JustaMinx” – Rebecca
Follower Count: 2M
Rebecca AKA JustaMinx is a streamer born and raised in Dublin, Ireland. She joined Twitch back in 2016 after her friend Cherry invited her to make videos together. At the start, Becca only had the intention to hop online, get a few social hours in, and maybe make a few friends.
Becca began streaming Dead by Daylight and found that playing video games and being a fool on the internet was something she liked. This eventually led her to stream more under the “Just Chatting” category, specifically the game show “Love or Host”.
Many JustaMinx collaborations come from people she’s met on the show, including Schlatt and Kaceytron. It’s also where most of her followers got to know her.
In March 2020, JustaMinx flew out to Seattle but ended up stuck in the United States due to the pandemic. What was supposed to be the last hurrah before following in her dad’s footsteps ended up as the opportunity she needed to collect a suitable fan base.
People fell in love with her off-the-wall personality and some of her best moments, including renting a haunted cabin in the woods. However, she’s also had her fair share of controversy.
Rebecca received a suspension for using a derogatory slur in February 2022, and a collection of tweets dug up from early in her streaming career created a rift in her fan base. Some wanted to hold her accountable and others noted she’s grown since then.
5. “Chicalive” – Maria Lopez
Follower Count: 2.2M
Nationality: Puerta Rican
Chicalive is a ex-member of the professional eSports Team SoloMid “TSM”. Known for competing in the Keemstar Friday Fortnite tournament and the Summer Skirmish, she is a respected gamer in the esports community.
Although she was born in Puerta Rico, Maria lives and works in the United States. She proudly flaunts her heritage during streams and can speak multiple languages, including her native Spanish and English. Fortunately, her streams are in English so you won’t have to worry about that!
Chica is one of those streamers who is the real deal and can kick your ass in any given Battle Royale. While she could theoretically just get by as a female streamer on her good looks alone, she has a passion for both games and competition. This drives her to be the best at her gaming.
Chica would be a formidable foe to even the most experienced Fortnite gamer. You may click on her stream to see a pretty chick, but once enticed by the skills she displays, you will no doubt stay on to watch her win – and most of the time, she does!
4. “LilyPichu” – Lily Ki
Follower Count: 2.4M
LilyPichu is a 29-year-old Korean American Twitch streamer with more than 2.4 million followers on the platform. Besides this, she has nearly another two million followers on Twitter and Instagram, and close to three million followers on YouTube!
Popping onto the scene 10 years ago (back in 2011), Liily released an original song called “I’ll Quit LoL”. With the song gaining more than 6.3 million views on YouTube – she has been able to dominate some of the other platforms in a way that few new streamers can.
Although early on in her streaming career, she was almost exclusively on YouTube with funny songs, parodies, and animated shorts. Later on (between 2015 and 2016) she started to transition more to the Twitch platform and began gaming, mostly playing titles like League of Legends.
Her relationship with fellow streamer and Offline TV promotion member Albert Chang was super high profile. Unfortunately, after discovering that Albert hadn’t been faithful she decided to end the relationship and is currently single.
Not that it really matters, because right now she is one of the top female streamers on the planet.
3. “Loserfruit” – Kathleen Belsten
Follower Count: 2.8M
Contraty to her Twitch nickname, this Aussie sweetheart is a winner, and was one of first female streamers on Twitch to break the 1 million subscriber milestone, with no signs of slowing down just yet.
Her followers are attracted to her genuine personality and subtle wit. She is more of the ‘girl next door type’ and never feels too out of reach. If you are shooting for a “hangout among friends” kind of atmosphere then Loserfruit’s channel is definitely the place to be.
If you have watched her game library then you would know she’s as authentic as it gets. She doesn’t just follow the trend by playing the mainstream games like many others on the platform but sometimes has a go on games you might not even know.. I certainly have not ever heard of Vacation Simulator and she live streamed that!
2. “Amouranth” – Kaitlyn Siragusa
Follower Count: 5M
Amouranth has become one of the most popular female streamers on Twitch boasting over 5M followers to date, but like many of the others who have climbed to the top so quickly is also is considered a “Thot” for her sexy cosplay and adult content.
Amouranth has been caught pushing the boundaries of what the platform allows, including; wearing the bare minimum, selling nudes and leading viewers on into thinking she was single (while actually being married).
She later admitted that it was to get more donations, in the nicest of ways of course..
Amouranth rarely plays video games but when she does it will be one that requires lots of activity such as “just dance”, giving her viewers what they want to see from all different angles.
She is also regularly seen streaming her live workouts from the gym. If you like a girl with a feisty attitude and a figure like a porn star then Amouranth is the one for you.
1. “Pokimane” – Imane Anys
Follower Count: 9M
Pokimane is the most popular female streamer on Twitch by a wide margin. She currently totals a staggering 8.9 million subscribers on Twitch, and 6.7M subscribers on YouTube. In 2018 she earned “Best Streamer of the Year” from the Shorty Awards.
Anys first started out on the platform in 2013, and after gaining some traction decided to quit her chemical engineering course to become a full time streamer.
Her raise in popularity has been largely due to riding the waves popular titles such as League of Legends and Fortnite; regularly posting entertaining YouTube videos cut from Twitch with random people all over the internet.
Nowadays Pokimane likes to stream a variety of trending games. She loves to create her own worldly vlogs and even does her own ASMR sessions!
How much do Twitch female streamers make?
Successful female streamers that hit above the 10,000 view mark count can make anywhere from between $1,000 to $10,000 per live stream, as on average they will receive $1 per viewer that watches them play.
Their income comes in many forms, which may include; paid subscriptions, ad revenue, sponsorship deals, affiliate sales, merchandise and donations, often being the biggest of them all.
Female Twitch streamers have an advantage over their male counterparts in the form of donations, with many of them getting hundreds or even thousands of dollars in a single contribution!