Celebrities who have streamed on Twitch
We love to see them stream.
The popularity of streaming has grown a lot in the last couple of years. Streaming platforms like Twitch, YouTube, Facebook gained enough participation and viewership in the last decade. While household names like Pokimane and Xqc have successfully build a celebrity status on Twitch, celebrities outside of Twitch have taken to streaming.
Twitch is the biggest platform to stream, giving freedom to streamers to pick whatever they are interested in. Be it video games, cooking, IRL streams, music or even ASMR – you name it and there’s someone on Twitch doing it.
The streaming platform is also used by celebrities to either engage further with their audience, or for leisure purposes. And frankly, we love to see such a unscripted version of themselves, streaming what they love to do and engagement with their viewers.
Here are the celebrities who have or actively stream on Twitch.
Singer and songwriter Post Malone loves video games and is streaming Apex Legends to raise money for charity. Even though the humble superstar said he isn’t very good at it, there are videos off him popping off in the game.
You probably know Lando Norris as the F1 racer, but in his spare time he likes to game. Even though streaming variety games is his thing, the main attraction for his channel is the first perspective racing simulation in a virtual F1 racing course.
The rapper Snoop Dogg mostly streams Madden games. Being a super chill persona, sometime he leaves the camera on for hours, sometimes he engages with his fast-moving chat. His channel is home to live sports tournaments and other sponsored content.
The adult entertainment star Mia Malkova loves a good horror game like Dead By Daylight, The Witcher and loves engaging with her viewers and chat.
The footballer, when he isn’t out there playing football, is streaming Counter Strike. He ocassionally streams on his Twitch account that he made in 2020. Apart from CS:GO, he dabbles in FIFA and even Among Us.
The Linkin Park band member Mike Shinoda streams everything music, from editing to encores. He is pretty regular with his streams and they are educational as well.
The music producer, rapper, with a flourishing career has found passion in streaming at the age of 37. He loves playing shooter games and battle royale games and mostly streams Overwatch. When in the mood for other games, T Pain’s go to game is Fortnite.