Twitch is a live streaming community online with more than 5 million monthly streamers in 2020. It covers all kinds of subjects: gaming, food, creative content, ASMR (Autonomous sensory meridian response), or IRL streams.

Gaming streams are the most popular on Twitch and as you can guess, most of the gaming streamers are male. But nowadays, more and more women are joining the platform. They now represent 35% of all streamers.

Today, discover our selection of female English-speaking streamers: 


Picture from her Instagram account @pokimanelol

With more than 5 million followers, Pokimane is today one of the best-known female streamers on Twitch. She is mostly known for streaming League of Legends and Fortnite but she also plays various other games.

She was named Twitch Streamer of the Year for the 10th Shorty Awards, in 2018.

Picture from her Instagram account @kittyplays

You can watch her playing famous games such as Fortnite, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive or PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds.

She founded Team Kitty, a networking and mentorship team with almost 60 streamers and content creators, whose goal is to unite female streamers on Twitch. Her initiative is followed by over 3 million people.

Picture from her Instagram account @loserfruit

On Twitch, LoserFruit plays regularly at Fortnite. But she also streams various other games, such as Valorant or COD and she often animates “Just Chatting” sessions.

She is also very present on Youtube (2,1 million of followers). What made her famous were her videos on Overwatch and Fortnite.

Picture from her Instagram account @itshafu

Hafu is a veteran in esports who has competed in a variety of games, such as World of Warcraft, Bloodline Champions, and Hearthstone. On Twitch, she is currently streaming a lot of Teamfight Tactics and Hearthstone.

In August 2019, Hafu joined G2 Esports, one of the leading entertainment assets in esports, to compete on TFT.

Picture from her Instagram account @omgitsfirefoxx

OMGitsfirefoxx streams mostly games like Overwatch, Minecraft and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive but also creative content with perler beads. When she is not streaming, she’s interacting a lot with her viewers.

In 2017, she got the title of “Most Popular Female Videogames Broadcaster on Twitch” in the Guinness World Records and a Forbes “30 Under 30” honor in 2016.


There’s obviously plenty of other female streamers on Twitch!

If you are looking to support women on Twitch to help their audience grow or just looking for new content, don’t hesitate to follow them!