It looks like Twitch is going to help its streamers fend off the upcoming subpocalypse by bringing back Subtember.
This Subtember will be different compared to last year’s though, where viewers could purchase one sub to any streamer for 50% off.
The following table lists the fifty most-subscribed channels on YouTube, as well as the primary language and content category of each channel. The channels are ordered by number of subscribers; those whose displayed subscriber counts are identical are listed so that the channel whose current growth rate indicates that its displayed subscriber count will exceed that of the other channel is.
Ludwig, Ranboo, and xQc are the streamers with the most Twitch subscribers, at the time of writing. Below is a table of the top ten streamers in terms of their current Twitch subscriptions. This is subscriber data pulled from Twitch Tracker. On March 22, 2021, Ludwig Ahgren became the most subscribed Twitch streamer with over 100,000 active subscribers. He's not only at the top — he's almost doubled the number of subscribers of his closest competitors and has come close to Ninja's all-time subscriber record.
Twitch and several streamers have announced that starting this month, those of you who have active, gifted-subs can renew your subs for only $1.
And even better, streamers will still receive the full revenue they would’ve received if you subscribed to their channel at normal price.
This feature isn’t live yet, but according to Shroud, it’ll be going live starting next week.
We know that many streamers lately have been trying to convince their gifted subs to keep subscribing if they like their stream.
Now with this awesome promotion, more people will have an incentive to keep their subs going.
So if you have an active gifted-sub, especially one to a smaller channel, give that sub a renewal.
It’s only a buck.
Most Subbed Streamer On Twitch
You’ll get continued ad-free viewing, access to special emotes, access to the sub-only chat modes most streamers turn on, plus much more depending on who you’re subbed to.