The Best Overwatch Streamers


Overwatch is not only a great game to play but it is also a popular game to stream meaning there’s lots of content and channels for you to choose between. If the amount of choice seems overwhelming, then it’s a great idea to narrow it down by what role you want to see or what presentation style you prefer. Many of the top Overwatch streamers involve some level of education in their streams, helping to teach their viewers how to climb in ranks. Others tend to rely on a more exuberant personality, getting hyped with edgy humour and memes. While many of the best are Overwatch League streamers, they don’t have to be current or former pros to be popular.

Best DPS Overwatch Streamers

1. Jay3

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Jay3 is the quintessential loud and enthusiastic DPS main that can motivate his team to victory through sheer hype. The former pro is now a streamer for the Florida Mayhem. He entertains his fans with top tier DPS gameplay but doesn’t take himself too seriously, a necessity given his propensity for accidentally jumping off the map. Still, he’s a fan favourite for anyone interested in Overwatch betting, since he always offers fun moments and plays.

2. dafran

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dafran is a well-known DPS main who shot onto the professional scene before the Overwatch League started and is renowned for having uncanny aim skills with hitscan characters. His attitude is infections but has also tended towards toxicity in the past. Before joining the Overwatch League under the Atlanta Reign he was one of the few pro Overwatch streamer banned temporarily from the game, in his case due to him throwing games on stream. A little more chill now that he’s retired from professional play, his streams still show off his insane levels of raw talent for aiming.

3. Kabaji

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Kabaji is primarily a Tracer player who specialises in the highest tier matches and in running series’ on climbing in ranked. His climbing series often focus on starting from an unranked position and climbing to grandmaster, providing tips and exceptional gameplay along the way. Kabaji has been away from streaming for a few months but is due to return shortly, likely resuming his signature gameplay and position as one of Overwatch best streamers.

4. Kephrii

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Kephrii is another well-known aim-god, who is a Widowmaker main. His signature gameplay style is to find unusual angles to surprise the enemy team, while his incredible aim and flick-shot ability make him very hard to deal with. If you’re looking for some tips to improve your sniper gameplay then Kephrii is a great source to learn from. He’s also a popular choice for fans of Twitch betting, as his unique style can provide great results.

Best Tank Overwatch Streamers

1. Emongg

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Emongg is one of the Overwatch best streamers. The former pro CS:GO and Overwatch player primarily plays off-tanks has built a reputation as a reliably positive streamer, which can be a breath of fresh air in a community that can be quite toxic. Emongg often assumes the position of shot-caller in his ranked matches that both helps to organise his team and to teach his viewers how to do the same in their matches.

2. Supertf

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The current SF Shock tank player “Super”, or Supertf on Twitch, is an excellent choice to watch if you like high octane tank plays and an enthusiastic personality from your Overwatch League streamers. His fans are often drawn in by the loud enthusiasm, wicked sense of humour and the lively entertainment. His streams aren’t exactly aimed at fans that prefer a quieter more relaxed environment. More than normal, Super’s Twitch chat revolves around memes and edgy humour, but his personality doesn’t get sucked into that too much.

3. Harbleu

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Harbleu is another calmer tank main, specialising in off-tanks and has been in the professional overwatch and streaming scene since the very early days of the game. Currently partnered with Luminosity Gaming as an Overwatch streamer, he tends towards quieter gameplay that involves educating his viewers by explaining his actions and thought processes in games. This makes him an underdog when it comes to Overwatch odds.

4. Poko

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Poko is an off-tank main and currently plays for the Philadelphia fusion. His status as an active pro means that his stream schedule is sporadic and unreliable, but when he does stream you get the highest quality gameplay. One thing to note for those looking for commentary is that Poko primarily streams in his native French, that said you can still learn a lot just from watching.

Best Support Overwatch Streamers

1. Fran

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The top tier of overwatch, as with most other competitive gaming scenes, is heavily male dominated. Fran is one of the top-ranked female streamers, consistently placing high on multiple accounts each season while playing support. The Toronto Defiant partnered streamer is known primarily for her Zenyatta and Baptiste play. She tends to take a shot-caller role to organise her team making her a great choice for those wanting to learn how to take on a more directing role in their games. While Fran primarily plays Overwatch on her streams she has also organised and hosted a number of community tournaments and is a vocal supporter of the Path to Pro.

2. ML7

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ML7 is primarily a support player, known for his prowess as Ana. He is a full-time content creator for Envy, the parent esports organisation for the Dallas Fuel. While he’s not played in the Overwatch League, this certainly isn’t for lack of ability, as ML7 consistently shows up in the top 500. ML7’s content also includes VOD reviews, providing insight and analysis.

3. Gale_Adelade

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Gale is another streamer specialising in playing Ana, he’s affiliated with Team SoloMid. Gale’s streams tend to have a relaxed attitude despite competing at the highest tiers of play. He often reviews changes to Ana specifically providing insight to his viewers on how that will affect her standing in the meta.

4. Custa

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Custa is an ex-pro player who competed in seasons 1 and 2 of the Overwatch League before switching to being a desk analyst and to streaming. His gameplay is almost exclusively support, but he also performs VOD reviews of pro matches. These VOD reviews are great opportunities to learn from the best how to have great team dynamics, although they will always be difficult to implement in solo queue.

That’s our list Overwatch best streamers, with picks for all roles and commentary styles. If you’re looking for great content or to learn from the best, you’ll find something up above. Of course, we’d also be remiss not to recommend that you watch the official Overwatch Contenders and Overwatch League streams, to see the best teams duking it out and the resulting in-depth analysis.