This post will highlight 10 talented Facebook Gaming streamers who have reached partner status on the Facebook platform.
Top Facebook Gaming Streamers
Followers (as of October 2022): 472,721
KingSlayer started off his streaming career on Twitch, but realized quickly that it was a difficult platform to grow on, especially for those who play popular games like Fortnite. He transitioned to creating videos for YouTube, gauging reactions to different videos.
Finally, he created the KingSlayer persona, a man wearing a crown with war paint around his eyes. He began to stream as the character on Facebook, and his career took off. He loves his community and continues to create great content (mostly Fornite-related) for his viewers.
Followers (as of October 2022): 816,455
Darkness429 (a man named Tim) is a very popular steamer on Facebook Gaming. Not only does he have a large following on the platform, but he also has over 10k members on his Discord server. His content primarily focuses on First-Person Shooters and Battle Royal.
Like others, Darkness429 began his career on Twitch and became popular there. He moved to Facebook Gaming in early 2018 and Tweeted in September (7 months later) that he had already almost tripled his Twitch following on the new platform. He had streamed on Twitch for four years.
Followers (as of October 2022): 434,858
DooM49 is a Canadian who started off his online career on YouTube, then eventually started streaming on Twitch. Eventually, he made it over to Facebook Gaming, where he is currently partnered. He typically plays games like Escape from Tarkov, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, and Rainbow Six Siege.
DooM49 has been creating content for YouTube since 2006. He typically uploads videos of his gameplay coupled with his sense of humor.
Followers (as of October 2022): 8,196,966
Alodia Gosiengfiao is a Filipino streamer, model, singer, actress, and pianist (among other things). She has been featured in several magazines and was a co-host for the show Laugh Out Loud. She began to cosplay at the age of 15 (in 2003). She won 3rd place that year by cosplaying as Rikku from Final Fantasy X-2.
Alodia began her streaming career on Twitch in 2014 but moved to Facebook Gaming on March 14, 2018, where she is currently partnered. She can often be watched playing Mobile Legends, Overwatch, and Super Smash Brothers and has over 8 million followers on the platform.
Followers (as of October 2022): 315,070
Douglas “GoodGameBro” Veney is known as the guy who got his ankles broken by James Hardin. He plays a lot of Fortnite, Madden NFL 20, and Rocket League. Not only does he create content for gaming, but he also uploads many sports-related videos to his YouTube channel. He uploads new content on almost a daily basis.
GoodGameBro was also Nestle’s Influencer Marketing Manager and Multimedia Community Specialist for six years. He has been streaming on Facebook Gaming since 2018 and has raised over $20,000 for the St.Jude Children’s Hospital through charity streams.
Followers (as of October 2022): 1,497,947
Gina Darling is a YouTube personality and gamer on Facebook Gaming. She works as a model and is an ex-gogo dance. She has been featured on several YouTube channels, including DavidSoComedy’s channel. Gina was raised in San Jose, California. She currently streams Party Animals, Apex Legends, and Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout.
In addition to her YouTube channel, she also manages her Instagram account.
Followers (as of October 2022): 3,441,869
David “StoneMountain64” Steinberg created his name from the English translation of “Steinberg” in honor of his first console, the Nintendo 64. He launched his YouTube channel in 2011 and has frequently uploaded videos to it ever since.
On Facebook, StoneMountain64 plays games such as Escape from Tarkov, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II, Call of Duty: Warzone, and Apex Legends. He regularly streams on the platform, typically 5 days a week.
Followers (as of October 2022): 83,311
LadymadeStar is a registered nurse and also streams games and cosplay on Facebook Gaming. She is a Garena League Partner and frequently plays League of Legends and other games on her channel. She is a certified gamer.
LadymadeStar also used to stream for Twitch but made the switch about two years ago.
Followers (as of October 2022): 3,736,255
Zelika is a live streamer and gaming video creator from Spain who became extremely popular on Facebook. Though he mainly streams in Spanish, he has one of the largest followerbase on Facebook gaming, now with over three million followers. Some of the games he plays are Garena Free Fire, League of Legends, Fortnite, and World of Warcraft.
He also has a YouTube Channel where he regularly uploads content daily.
Followers (as of October 2022): 13,543,825
ChooxTV is a gaming video creator, internet personality, and streamer in the Philippines. Arguably the most followed solo-gamer streaming channel on Facebook Gaming, ChooxTV now has over 13 million followers.
ChooxTV entered the gaming scene when he started streaming and making content about Mobile Legends: Bang Bang a few years back. Today, he is still considered as one of the game’s most popular streamers and also plays professionally. He also plays other games such as MARVEL Super War and NBA 2K20.
Popular Streamers Who Were Formerly On Facebook Gaming
Some of the most popular streamers who made their name on other streaming platforms like Twitch and YouTube has become part of the Facebook Gaming community as well. Below are a few of the top streamers who formerly partnered with Facebook Gaming and streamed exclusively on the said platform:
To be fair, Disguised Toast was a household name before he left Twitch for Facebook Gaming in November 2019. Jeremy “Disguised Toast” Wang began to stream on Twitch in October 2016. He gained notoriety as one of the largest Hearthstone streamers. He also gained popularity while playing Teamfight Tactics and Legends of Runeterra
On Facebook, Disguised Toast played a variety of games, including League of Legends, Teamfight Tactics, and Apex Legends. However, on November 18, 2021, Disguised Toast announced on his Twitter page that he has left Facebook Gaming. He’s now back to streaming on Twitch.
Corinna Kopf is another streamer who signed an exclusive deal with Facebook Gaming in December 2019. She played Fortnite and used to chat on her Facebook page. On Twitch, she had been banned for wearing “undergarments” on stream and had overall issues with the platform.
On March 1, 2022, Corinna Kopf announced that she would leave Facebook Gaming after her contract expired. That same month, Corinna Kopf returned to Twitch, but was temporarily banned again by the platform in May for wearing “inappropriate attire”.
Corinna Kopf also has a popular Instagram page and YouTube Channel.
Many streamers find that growth is easier on Facebook than it was on Twitch. As streamers move from Twitch to other platforms, the entire industry may shift over the next few years.