11 Singapore Twitch streamers to check out in 2021, Digital News
While video game streaming, or streaming in general, has been around for a while now, 2020 was the year it seemed like the format had really hit its peak. As people find new ways to be entertained, services like Twitch are helping users discover new games and genres of content they never knew existed.
Launched in June 2011, Twitch is an evolution of the generalist streaming platform justin.tv and operates as a subsidiary of Amazon. Yes, that e-commerce giant, Amazon.
The platform focuses on video game streaming which includes esports competition broadcasts as well as music shows, creative content, and even just your normal daily conversations with prominent personalities (and even ordinary people).
There’s a lot of drama to be found on the platform with its associated talents, but we’ll save that for another day.
If you’re the type who’s still found a way to ease your boredom at home or looking for companionship, Twitch might just be your answer. Here are some streamers that could be your hot cup of tea to spice up your day.
With a modest 12.2k followers, this Singaporean player is not only a Twitch streamer but also a Youtuber. Once a teacher at a local public school, Ayin finds satisfaction in helping fellow geekies by creating play guides and showcasing her gaming skills.
Ayin plays a plethora of games such as Quake, CounterStrike, Guild Wars 2, and Sims. Currently a full-time Twitch streamer, she streams regularly every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 10 a.m. (SGT).
Melvallous, also known as Melissa, has quite a portfolio under her belt. A Singaporean player, DJ, livestream host and also founder of Ardent, a games collective that is home to clans and teams from other games.
In addition, she is also the co-founder of the Singapore-Malaysia World of Warcraft community.
With 6.3,000 Twitch subscribers, Melissa is known to be one of the leading streamers in Singapore where she primarily creates a wide range of gaming content on her channel. Melvallous broadcasts four days a week, especially in these tough times when the nightlife industry is currently on hiatus.
Stanley Yap or best known by his Twitch username, crying_orange, has 3.6,000 subscribers on his channel. From streaming games like Monster Hunter World, Destiny 2 and even horror-themed games, this 24-year-old is full of awesome skills and talents.
Originally a full-time Muay Thai instructor, Stanley now works as a Singapore-based content producer and even uses his influence to publicly advocate for mental health. He is now connected to an esports talent agency, Emerge, and actively broadcasts on Twitch.
Stanley doesn’t particularly have a schedule that he sticks to, but he usually showcases his gaming skills or just catches up with his followers by making full use of memes and humor to keep them entertained.
A certified linguist, Arthars has a bilingual background where he switches between English and Japanese effortlessly.
A true foodie and healthy eating advocate by giving us glimpses of his physical journey on his Instagram account, Arthars is living proof that streaming can become a full-time career even at a ripe age of 40 especially with his 48. , 6k followers on Tic.
Arthars regularly spends around five hours a day playing MMORPGs, especially Final Fantasy XIV as well as RPGs. With his unfiltered conversations with his followers, he is able to become one of the most regularly viewed Singaporean streamers on the platform.
Dota 2, Apex Legends, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege, are just a few of the games this Twitch Streamer streams on his channel.
With an outstanding 113,000 subscribers, YDCB not only balances skill in the game but also entertains its audience with its cheerful nature and humorous commentary at the same time.
Although it maintains a strong division between his personal and professional life as a live streamer and does not appear to have a consistent broadcast schedule, YDCB continues to actively interact and engage with its audience, which makes its broadcasts always an event to look forward to.
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Fatboychard or also known as Richard is a Singapore based keyboard enthusiast and custom cable maker. From showcasing their own collection of keyboards and cables to streaming their own versions, in the end, it’s a sure guarantee that you’ll learn something new as a whole.
If you’re looking to take a break from watching game streams and just relax, Fatboychard might just be a channel to check out.
Richard also provides keyboard services, as well as custom cable constructions. If you have any questions and need such services, send him a message on his Discord.
Another custom keyboard content creator, Hamaji Neo is a varied YouTuber and casual streamer. From creating his own custom versions to pushing and testing the limits of existing mechanical keyboards, Hamaji is a certified keeb enthusiast.
With 10.8,000 subscribers, the streamer also offers a line of clothing that fans might be interested in purchasing. Additionally, to add variety, he also does occasional game streams, especially playing Team Fortress 2 in addition to his keyboard videos, but those are rare these days.
In addition, it downloads regularly Youtube videos where keyboards are involved as well as other humorous content you can binge on.
While it’s not uncommon enough to see women’s games streaming on Twitch and making them thrive. Kimberly or better known as Softkhor is testimony to there being such people on the platform according to their skill set. A true gamer, the 22-year-old plays Valorant, Apex Legends and Fortnite to name a few.
Having started playing when she was young, she has invested enough time and money to hone her skills in the game and with 4.9,000 Twitch subscribers, even her audience recognizes her skills in the field.
Additionally, Kimberly is also a talented illustrator, creating awesome digital artwork and presenting it to the world through her. Instagram account. Definitely the epitome of beauty and talent.
A former flight attendant, Shirley, also known as Syeolli to her audience, is another streamer on the platform.
Streaming games such as Valorant, Apex Legends, World of Warcraft, and Dead By Daylight, this Singapore streamer is certainly not only good looking and smart, but also filled with talented gaming skills.
She may look intense when she is playing, but make no mistake about it as she has a cheerful personality. Shirley occasionally chats with her viewers, in addition to broadcasting game streams to build relationships with her community.
If gambling isn’t your thing and you’ve hopped onto Twitch for company, Tokaku or Jolene’s channel is a must-have. Mainly a Youtuber specializing in rhythm games, Jolene mainly uses her Twitch to catch up with her followers.
It’s the kind of flow where you let it play in the background while you continue to do your work.
Nonetheless, the 21-year-old does stream games from time to time on her platform and it’s mostly osu !. For more variety of content to watch, you can check it out. youtube account as well as.
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A full-time content creator, Mezame is a professional photographer and Global Ambassador for EIZO as well as Ambassador for Omnidesk and Wacom. Mezame plays various games but has a strong preference for RPGs.
As his birthday approaches, Mezame is organizing a marathon stream called a “subathon”. By hosting such events, streamers seek to gain viewers and subscribers as well as earn donations.
If any of these increase, more time will be added to the stream, making it harder for the streamer to go the distance to get more rewards.
As of June 23 at 8 p.m. (SGT) on his Twitch channel, the next sub-athon has a set duration of 12 hours, and it can last up to 28 hours if it works.
Meanwhile, audiences can expect to see the stream of various games from Mezame, answer questions, and best of all, freebies from Omnidesk, EIZO, Creative, and Wacom.
Viewers may also have the chance to win merchandise from the MezameTV merchandise store by participating in two artistic competitions that he organized.
If you’re looking to discover more Twitch streamers, look no further by joining Mezame’s chain discord, you might just find a streamer and community that you can resonate with and associate with.
Supporting a streamer is one of the best ways to make it work and bond. your Amazon Prime account on your Twitch account is by far the simplest.
And that’s it for our large roster of Singapore-based Twitch streamers. These channels are a great outlet for relieving your boredom and building a community with your fellow geek people.
This article first appeared in Geek Culture.