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Sweet Anita, Nihachu and Loeya featured in top 20 list of most popular women streamers on Twitch

Several streamers with links to UK-based esports organisations have been named among the most popular women streamers on Twitch.

Nihachu, the German streamer signed to UK organisation Guild Esports, was listed at number as the No.6 most popular women streamer in 2021 so far, while Fnatic’s Swedish streamer Loeya was listed in 16th place.

UK streamer Sweet Anita made it into the top 20 in 17th position. The variety streamer also hosted VY Esports’ LuudoFest gaming event in December 2020.

Other streamers with links to esports organisations in the list include Aroyitt (11th, Mad Lions) and 39daph (20th, Sentinels).

It may come as no surprise to many to see that Pokimane was named the most popular woman streamer on Twitch in 2021 so far – the Moroccan-Canadian has more than 8m followers on Twitch.

You can see the full list below:

The Twitch Women Index was put together by MrQ, which also looked at some of the highest-earning female streamers on Twitch.

In terms of the methodology for the research, MrQ said it used a variety of sources to gather the data, including social media follower numbers, TwitchTracker to record each streamer’s Twitch follower count, average annual Twitch views and the number of subscriptions broken down by tier.

Researchers take into the above to give each streamer a ‘normalised score out of ten’. Where figures were unavailable for any factors for any of the streamers, these factors were excluded from the final average.

Researchers say the data was correct as of July 2021.

We collected Instagram followers from each individual’s Instagram page, as of 21st July 2021.

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