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The 10 most watched Fortnite streamers in May 2022

Fortnite streaming isn’t a fairly new concept. The advent of new technologies has changed the way people normally consume media. With the advent of a highly connected world thanks to the Internet, the average broadcaster has entered the world of user-generated content.

Fortnite is one of the most popular games among live streamers. Over the years, many pro players have started streaming Fortnite. There is a certain quality, a certain quality that makes this game streamable on almost every platform with most of the streamers trying to stream that particular game.

Countless players stream the game every day via various platforms such as Twitch, YouTube and others. In this list, we take a look at the top streamers for the month of May 2022.


Top 10 Fortnite Streamers for May 2022 include Benjyfishy, ​​Ac7ionMan, Summit1g and more

10) Benjyfischy

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Professional esports player Benjy David Fish, aka Benjyfishy, ​​streams Fortnite on YouTube and Twitch. Benjyfisy, a member of NRG Esports team, is known as one of the best Fortnite players in the world. He has qualified for the Fortnite World Cup in the European region four times.

Benjyfishy has 3.7 million followers on Twitch and 1.7 million subscribers on YouTube. In the month of May 2022, he streamed to over 450,000 viewers.


9) Ranger

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Marcus Pereira, better known as Ranger, is a Canadian esports gamer. Ranger started out as a CS:GO player and later plunged into Fortnite around 2018. In June 2019, he became the first Fortnite PC player to reach a milestone of 6000 kills. Ranger has a pretty fun and laid back approach to streaming.

The streamer has over 110,000 subscribers on YouTube and 940,000 followers on Twitch, where he regularly streams Fortnite. In the month of May 2022, he streamed the highest number of viewers with 466,152 viewers.


8) Ac7ionMan

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32-year-old Aaron, also known as Ac7ionMan, is a US-based streamer. Ac7ionMan’s life story is impressive. The streamer was once a drug addict and has been arrested more than once for felonies. With the help of video games, he was able to turn his life around.

He’s a fairly new entrant to full-time Fortnite streaming. He has over 300,000 YouTube subscribers and 590,000 followers on Twitch. He streamed to a massive audience of 548,534 in May 2022.


7) Summit 1g

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Jaryd Russell Lazar, better known as Summit1g, is a former CS:GO player from the United States. He has played professionally for esports teams such as Mythic and A51. This 35-year-old pro is now a full-time streamer, streaming a variety of games including Fortnite.

He has over 700,000 subscribers on YouTube and a massive following of 6.1 million users on Twitch. In May 2022, Summit1g was streamed to over 583,000 viewers.


6) SypherPK

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One of the most famous streamers out there, Ali “SypherPK” is known for his kill-intensive Fortnite games and a series of educational commentary videos titled “How to win”.

From time to time, SypherPK collaborates with other influential streamers on YouTube and Twitch. He’s also been dabbling in Minecraft and Elden Ring lately.

The streamer has around 5.9 million subscribers on YouTube and 5.8 million followers on Twitch. These are some serious numbers that speak of its popularity. Over 670,000 viewers watched the SypherPK stream in May 2022.


5) Nick Eh 30

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Nicholas Amyoony, also known as Nick Eh 30, is a professional Fortnite player of Canadian-Lebanese descent. As one of the best Fortnite players, he has more than 2000 kills in the game. He is part of the Luminosity eSports team and besides streaming, he is also a very active member of Discord and TikTok.

Nick Eh 30 has 6.43 million subscribers on YouTube and around 3.9 million followers on Twitch, which are very impressive numbers. In May 2022, Nick Eh 30 streamed to 718,634 viewers.


4) Ninjas

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Ninja is a household name and synonymous with video game streaming. His iconic looks and impressive skills have earned him the status of one of the best streamers of the generation. His name is Tyler Blevins, he is a professional streamer from America and was one of the first streamers to be added to the game as part of the Icon series with his own skin and outfit.

Ninja has around 23.9 million subscribers on YouTube and over 18 million followers on Twitch. These numbers speak to its enormous popularity on the internet. In May 2022, Ninja streamed to an impressive audience of over 1 million viewers.


3) Klix

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Cody Conrod, better known as Clix, is a 17-year-old professional gamer from the United States. Clix regularly streams the game and is a member of the NRG Esports team. Clix has been banned from Twitch multiple times in the past. Despite this, he has a huge following in the gaming community and also streams Roblox and CS:GO.

Clix has around 2 million subscribers on YouTube and more than 5 million subscribers on Twitch. Clix streamed to 1,286,072 viewers in May 2022.


2) AussieAntics

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28-year-old Shaun, also known as AussieAntics, is a streamer with Australian citizenship. He is a full-time professional streamer and content creator for NRG’s Esports team. AussieAntics also has their own line of merchandise called Antics merch. Besides this game, AussieAntics also streams FIFA and AmongUs.

AussieAntics has 293,000 subscribers on YouTube and 792,000 followers on Twitch. Those numbers might fall short compared to other streamers on the list, but in May 2022 AussieAntics streamed to a massive audience of 1.3 million viewers.


1) Tfue

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Tfue is one of the most followed Twitch streamers. Despite a checkered past that includes multiple bans from Epic and Twitch, he continues to thrive in the streaming world and generally streams the game on a daily basis.

Tfue has almost 12 million subscribers on YouTube and 11 million followers on Twitch. His popularity can be gauged by the audience he streamed to in May 2022, which surpassed a milestone of more than 1.6 million viewers.


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