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Valorant: The best streamers to follow the closed beta

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The closed beta of Riot Games Shooter Valorant has started two days ago. If you don't have a key yet, you should check out these Twitch streamers. Here you will not only find exciting gameplay but also the chance to start the beta yourself.

Many big names in esports already announced to switch to Valorant and turn their backs on their previous titles. Most of these pros now stream daily on Twitch how they train or just try out what the game has to offer.

As we reported earlier, everyone has a chance to get into the closed beta by creating a Riot Games account and linking it to their Twitch account. Anyone who has done this can get a beta key dropped randomly at any time while watching Valorant Streams, which is why Valorant Streamers currently have extremely high viewer numbers. Here are our current Top 5 Valorant Streamer:

Trymacs

For those who would like to watch a German stream, we recommend Trymacs. It streams Fortnite, Clash Royale and Warzone among others, but has now also jumped on the Valorant hype train and offers very entertaining gameplay. According to TwitchMetrics it is the fourth most watched German channel and not for nothing.

With its 1.3 million followers it definitely belongs to Germany's biggest streamers in the gaming sector.

DrLupo

DrLupo has long been one of the most popular streamers on Twitch. He plays mainly Shooter and Battle-Royale-Titles and became, like many streamers, especially known through Fortnite. He is especially popular because of his frequent charity streams where he collects money for good causes. Just recently he raised an incredible two million dollars for St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital.

To date, he has collected 3.8 million followers on Twitch and is currently streaming a lot of Valorant.

ONSCREEN

ONSCREEN is a former Couter Strike player who now lives from streaming. He used to be sponsored by 4Kings, which was one of the oldest Esports organizations, but which disbanded in 2013. He currently lives in a gaming house with four other streamers.

Although with 370,000 followers on Twitch he can't keep up with the really big streamers, he is currently the Streamer Viewer Hours for Valorant, according to TwitchMetrics. Since the beginning of the beta ONSCREEN has been streaming almost around the clock and offers very entertaining gameplay.

TimTheTatman

Tim has been streaming on Twitch since 2012 and he also made the breakthrough thanks to Fortnite. He mainly streams shooters, currently especially Call of Duty: Warzone and recently Valorant. His sponsors include Monster Energy and Audio-Technica. He even won the 2018 Gamers' Choice Awards for the Fan Favorite Male Streamer/Gamer of the Year category.

With 4.5 million followers, he is definitely one of the best-known streamers in the gaming sector and recently streamed Valorant for 14 hours straight.

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Myth is with its 20 years the youngest streamer in our list. But this does not detract from his popularity. He is known as one of the best and most innovative Fotnite players in the world, even if he hasn't been able to prove it at bigger tournaments yet. Myth is under contract with Team SoloMid and streams mainly Fortnite, but he also jumped on the Warzone hype and streams a lot of Valorant at the moment.

With its nearly six million followers it is even bigger than TimTheTatman.

In all Valorant streams on Twitch, beta keys may drop randomly, giving you the chance to play yourself soon. So watch hard. Although the beta is only running since Tuesday, there are already many opinions about Valorant and on EarlyGame you can find all the news about it along with all about the announced agents.

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