With millions attached to nothing else, Call of Duty: Warzone has undoubtedly become more than just another battle royale to pass the time with. Like a typical Call of Duty title, Warzone has found its place with streamers, being the second most-watched game on Twitch in 2020, so far. Although more than two million players are broadcasting their gameplay, there is only a finite number that really delivers high performances and strong entertainment. Whether you desire to watch in hopes of emulating the best or to laugh for a good few hours, here are the best Warzone streamers you cannot miss.
Former Ghost Gaming competitor, Aydan Conrad, is slowly becoming a fan-favorite for his quality performances. Although he first gained traction from Twitch through Fortnite, he has since been a record-setter in Warzone. Recently, Aydan put up 51 kills to combine for an all-time high of 108 kills in the game’s Trios Mode. So, it should come to no shock that he currently has 1.7 million followers on the Twitch.
If you are looking for someone who isn’t as mainstream, Matthew “FormaL” Piper is your guy. His talents in Call of Duty has earned him XGames gold medals and also is a Call of Duty World Champion. The elusive pro gamer only averages about three thousand viewers a stream, but always seems to come out with a victory with almost every game played. Luckily, you can find him playing only Warzone on Twitch, as he streams for about three hours a day.
If John Wick wore a mullet, spoke in nothing but hyperboles, and only ever demolished people in video games, he would be a replica of DrDisrespect. DrDisrespect always finds new ways to pull off the craziest eliminations of entire squads while being ridiculously hilarious. Although he has had a recent fallout with Twitch, DrDisrepect has only become more popular. The 38-year-old has recently been posting videos to YouTube, but will undoubtedly be back to streaming soon, wherever that may be.
As a former eSports athlete, Timothy “TimTheTatman” Betar is a great watch for players who want someone who is light-hearted and friendly but also darn great at the battle royale. His skill in the game can be attributed to his eight hours of streaming each day to Twitch. He does play other games, but some of his Warzone streams have actually benefitted the game. For instance, he recently did an in-game interview with an anonymous player, who spoke about how easy it is to hack the game. Since the game’s developer has addressed the hacking and has promised to eliminate any unfair play.
Before Warzone, Michael “Shroud” Grzesiek began as a quiet, but deadly Counter-Strike competitor. Now, Shroud has come to amass more than seven million followers on Twitch, with another six million on YouTube. Shroud is one of those big names that pull in thousands to his well-rounded streams. During his time on Mixer, he always seemed to notch double digital kill numbers and play for a handful of hours each day. As Mixer is now defunct, he has promised to keep his fans in the loop on Twitter as to when and where he will stream.
100T co-owner, Matthew “Nadeshot” Haag has to be in our top five, as he’s popular for bringing other big-name streamers into his games to go for an impressive five-hour broadcast each day. Nadeshot is a great pick to stream if you are looking for someone who knows all of the trends and biggest advantages in Warzone. In other words, you’ll likely be a better player just for tuning into his videos. The former OpTic gamer is one of the few who have molded its worldwide impact, as he’s been broadcasting, in one way or another, since 2010. Currently, he is highly active on Twitch with 1.4 million followers.
Tyler “TeePee” Polchow isn’t likely a name you’ve heard of, but thankfully, you have now. Like Nadeshot, Teepee also came to be a momentous streamer for his popularity in the eSports realm. His resume with Call of Duty competitions dates back to Modern Warfare 2, so he surely is a proven veteran. Although he’s been retired from eSports, his latest streaming career on Twitch is steadily rising. It may be due to the fact he has a voice like a sports commentator, or possibly that he moves quicker than your eyes can process. Either way, we recommend that you watch this underground personality over many others.
If it’s true that only the most entertaining earn exclusive-streaming deals, then Josh “JoshOG” Beaver must be just that. As he notched a deal with Twitch back in May 2020, the comedic streamer has over 1.5 million followers on the platform and is multiplying. What makes his gameplay so unique is he never tends to stick to one gun. The brave soul will pick up anything he sees and acts as if he’s used it forever. He’s a well-rounded talent that we hope to see stream Warzone until its dying days.
On the same day, Twitch announced JoshOG’s deal, they also managed to lock Jaryd “Summit1g” Lazar to their platform. The 33-year-old may not be a household name but does not stop adding to his audience, which currently stands at 5.4 million followers. He does play other games, but when he plays Warzone, thousands are always watching. His popularity is likely due to him being one of the most aggressive Warzone players, so broadcasts are never a dull watch. He’ll usually collect up to fifteen kills a game, all of which are done in the most obscene ways.
A near-perfect streamer is one that makes watching feel like a high adrenaline movie. Nick “NICKMERCS” Kolcheff approaches Warzone in that fashion, as he hunts down each target with stealth and perfect shooting. To no surprise, he has had a competitive gaming history with both 100T and FaZe, which likely molded his play style. With 3.8 million followers, NICKMERCS is the must-watch streamer in the Warzone community. To add, he is overwhelmingly knowledgeable on how each weapon functions and which are likely to outperform others each season. So, he’ll always reel off advice to anyone who asks in his chat. You’ll find him streaming on Twitch with thousands watching every day.