It’s easy to think of gaming content creators as people who write, produce, and release gaming videos, podcasts, or other types of media. While there are certainly plenty of talented gaming creators out there on YouTube, Twitch, and various other gaming platforms who push the boundaries of the industry, there are equally talented individuals who produce the majority of content out there and work tirelessly behind the scenes. From Mr. Beast and PewDiePie to Jelly and Flamingo, there are thousands of gaming creators who contribute to the gaming industry with their amazing content.
We’ve rounded up the best content creators in the gaming industry who are creating the most original and creative content in 2022. We tried to cover the most possible categories and franchises while making this list. Here are the best gaming influencers with most views in 2022:
10 Best Gaming Content Creators with Most Views in 2022
1. FGTeeV (20.5M)
FGTeeV, also known as FUNnel Vision or, The Family Gaming Team is an American Gaming YouTube channel of the Skylanders family. FGTeeV is one of the most viewed and subscribed Gaming channels with nearly 20M subscribers. YouTube’s official blog ranks FGTeeV as the top creator by gaming views in 2020 with over 20 billion views. FGTeeV uploads gameplay videos with their family members that are quite entertaining. They play all types of games like GTA V, and other online games. Flamingo has also referred to them many times through his videos. They also have a kid’s channel where four kids (chase, Lexi, Mike & Shawn) upload videos of their own.
2. Jelly (22.7M)
Jelly, also known as Jelle Van Vucht is a Dutch YouTuber known for his gaming YouTube vlogs and videos. Born in 1996, this 25-year YouTuber gained fame with his entertaining and full of laughter gaming videos. There are over 5.5K uploaded videos in his channel till 2022. Jelly plays and streams online games like Fortnite, GTA V and is seen playing Minecraft every now and then. With over 22.7M subscribers on YouTube, Jelly is ranked number two on top gaming content creators by views by YouTube official blog.
3. Flamingo (10.6M)
Flamingo, also known as Albert Spencer Aretz is an actor, director, gaming content creator famous for his Roblox gameplays on YouTube. Albert was born in 1997 in New Jersey, United States. He started his YouTube channel “Albertsstuff” in 2012 but had to shut it down and move to the other channel after he was unable to monetize his channel with unsuitable language. He also faced a lot of hate and criticism due to his language but his faithful audience helped him grow the new channel named “Flamingo”. Flamingo has 10M subscribers and is ranked number three by YouTube official blog for most viewed gaming channel.
4. Robin Hood Gamer (18.6M)
Robin Hood Gamer is the fourth most viewed YouTube gaming channel with over 18 million subscribers. Robin Hood is a Brazilian Youtuber who mostly plays Minecraft, Pokemon Go and GTA: San Andreas. He uploads gameplays with Brazilian voiceover commentary and explores the world of Minecraft. If you are a fan of Minecraft, Robin Hood Gamer is probably the only channel you need to enjoy some exciting gameplays.
5. ItsFunneh (9M)
Kat La, also known as ItsFunneh or Funnehcake is a Canadian gaming content creator and YouTuber. Born in 1995, Kat La is famous for her Minecraft, Among Us and Roblox gameplays with her siblings, known as the Krew. The Krew consists of 5 members: PaintingRainbows (Betty), GoldenGlare (Kim), ItsFunneh (Kat), LunarEclipse (Wenny), and DraconiteDragon (Allen). She plays roleplay, adventure and mini-games. The channel “ItsFunneh ” has above 9 million subscribers on YouTube and is fifth most viewed YouTube gaming channel in 2022.
6. VEGETTA777 (33M)
Samuel de Luque Batuecas is a Spanish Youtuber famous by his online name Vegetta777. He is a gaming creator with a variety of gameplays available in his channel including Minecraft, Red Dead Redemption, Karma Land, and Smite in his playlists. Vegetta777 is the second most subscribed Spanish YouTube channel with over 33 million subscribers. He also streams games on Twitch and has over 1 million subscribers there.
7. Dream (29.1M)
Born in 1999, Dream is an American gaming YouTuber and Twitch streamer known for his Minecraft gameplay videos. He started uploading Minecraft videos on YouTube in 2014 and has gained fame with millions of loyal audiences. Two of his YouTube gaming series that are most popular among fans are Minecraft manhunt and Speedrunning Minecraft. He has a total of 7 YouTube channels out of which “Dream” is the most subscribed channel with over 29 million subscribers.
8. LazarBeam (20M)
Lannan Eacott, also known as LazarBeam is an Australian YouTuber and gaming creator. Born in 1994, this 27-year YouTuber didn’t take long to be an internet personality with his comedic commentary, memes and full of entertainment gameplays. He mostly plays Roblox, Minecraft and Fortnite in his channel and has gained over 19M subscribers with a total view count of 7 billion (combined).
9. Mikecrack (31.4M)
Mikecrack is Spanish YouTuber and professional gamer famous for playing varieties of games in his channel. He mainly plays Minecraft, Roblox, Fortnite, Free fire and Pokémon but it’s not just gameplay that entertains the viewer. His videos are full of laughter, excitement and adventure in every game he plays. His loyal audience of 31 million are fond of his way of commentary. His most popular series on YouTube are Aqui No Hay Quien viva, El Noob Ambrozzio, and Challenge of the Base vs Base. He often makes musical parodies and skywars, bedwars videos too.
10. Slogo (10.7M)
Joshua Temple, formerly known as Slogoman (now Slogo) is an English Youtuber and gaming content creator with a fan base of over 10 million. He is also a member of Robust (a gaming group) alongside Jelly. Born in England in 1997, Joshua joined YouTube in 2013 and his first video was the gameplay of GTA V. He uploads gaming videos of tons of video games like Minecraft, Hitman, CS: GO, Among us. Hide & seek, Fortnite, Call of Duty, PUBG and many more.
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