Apex Legends has remained one of the most popular gaming categories on Twitch since its release.

With thousands of different creators streaming Apex, deciding who is worth watching can be difficult. Many offer tips and tricks to help potential viewers improve their gameplay, while others offer family-like communities or simply high-level gameplay to enjoy.

Here are some of the most popular Apex streamers.


iitzTimmy, a 21-year-old Twitch streamer, decided to do a “Bronze to Predator” challenge in August 2021. He succeeded 54 hours later, having completely burned himself out. Despite his exhaustion, he was able to achieve his goal and maintain a high level of gameplay throughout the stream.

At the peak of the streaming marathon, Timmy had nearly 150,000 concurrent viewers, demonstrating not only his gaming prowess but also his ability to entertain. Timmy’s humor and the production value of his stream, in addition to his obvious mechanical skill across multiple games, kept fans interested even after his solo challenge ended.

Timmy now has over 2 million Twitch followers and is a must-see for any Apex Legends fan.


LuluLuvely, an Apex player signed to NRG, is 27 years old. Her streams are always laid-back and focused on her gameplay. She is known for playing a variety of legends, and she consistently rises through the ranks of the game, preferring to let her characters do the majority of the talking.

In terms of content, she is known for having alt accounts with amusing names like “inceldestroyer69.” With a laid-back vibe and a good sense of humor, Lulu’s stream is difficult to beat in the Apex category. She currently has 1.3 million Twitch followers.


ImperialHal, also known as the CEO of Apex, is the leader of TSM‘s competitive Apex team and one of the most popular streamers in the game, with 1.5 million Twitch followers. TSM was famous for winning five consecutive tournaments early on in the Apex pro scene, including the game’s first ALGS LAN tournament, which contributed to Hal’s popularity. While Hal and TSM’s winning streak ended, their success did not. They recently won the ALGS North American Split One Playoffs and followed that up with a sixth-place finish on LAN in the Split Two Playoffs.

Hal is also known for his explosive temper. He’s a competitive player who despises losing, and if he believes his teammates have made a mistake, he’ll tell them. However, it’s difficult to argue with this perfectionist’s results, and some viewers enjoy the content that Hal’s frustrations can produce.


HisandHersLive is a married couple with a passion for Apex and a knack for building a community, making it one of the most unique streams on this list. While they do occasionally stream separately, they’re best known for their dual-POV setup. Juka and Andrew stream themselves playing together and with friends from their stream room.

These content creators, who are signed to Kungarna, are also known for hosting a number of tournament series for BFC, including monthly pro tournaments with five-figure prize pools and tournaments for female players. They can pay attention to multiple teams at once and even cast both sides of a fight thanks to their dual-POV stream. Twitch has 72,000 followers for the duo.


Ninjayla is another fantastic content creator who streams Apex almost exclusively. Ninjayla favors Wraith and Loba legends, and frequently pairs an R-301 with another weapon, such as a shotgun or a heavy ammo gun.

She’s a high-performing player who also manages to have a lot of fun on stream with her friends, laughing and making jokes. In all of her streams, her personality shines through. Ninjayla is a member of Complexity and has 139,000 Twitch followers.


NiceWigg is a content creator for 100 Thieves and frequently collaborates with other Apex streamers such as Apryze. He’s a controller player who’s known for being one of the nicest people in the Apex community, as well as for his mother, MamaWigg, making frequent appearances in chat.

While he now considers himself a “former” pro, that doesn’t stop him from competing in tournaments with other streamers like iiTzTimmy on occasion. He was most recently hired to cast the Apex Legends Global Series’ Stockholm LAN event, where he brought his signature energy and positive attitude to thousands of viewers. On Twitch, he has 566,000 followers.


Luminosity‘s ShivFPS, everyone’s favorite Bangalore main, is known for his high-level gameplay and high-level energy. Shiv rose to prominence early on in Apex Legends and is still one of the game’s most popular streamers, known for his ability to consistently achieve high ranks despite frequently solo-queuing.

Shiv became known in later seasons for loudly insulting cheaters on his stream, which led to him being frequently targeted by game hackers. The extra attention, rather than discouraging Shiv, only added fuel to his fire.

Shiv got the last laugh despite being banned at one point for some crude language directed at a cheater. In season eight, Respawn finally got rid of most of the worst cheaters, and Shiv is still one of the most popular streamers in the game. On Twitch, he has 1.4 million followers.


Sweetdreams is the IGL for NRG’s competitive squad and streams Apex. He streams ranked games and frequently plays Valkyrie, despite being best known for his Wraith.

Sweet is known for his laid-back attitude and isn’t easily swayed. During games, he chats with his teammates but also takes his matches seriously and calls shots for his team. He even breaks down professional play for his chats, explaining why he and other pros make the decisions they do in high-pressure situations. Sweet has 666,000 Twitch followers.


Noko, formerly known as Nokokopuffs, is a TSM Apex streamer who is ideal for fans of a funny guy who keeps it real. Noko competes in professional Apex tournaments and is known for being outspoken about the game despite being signed to TSM as a content creator. He frequently points out problems with various maps, in-game bugs, and the overall ranked system. His candor and honesty are refreshing, and his memes are incredible. On Twitch, Noko has nearly 350,000 followers.