Shroud And Quin69 Dominate Diablo 4

Rose Andres Amiel June 14, 2023
Shroud And Quin69 Dominate Diablo 4

On June 6, Diablo 4 was released to widespread acclaim. Players went to the RPG’s Sanctuary-based world to perform quests, level up, and seek out World Bosses.

That causes a big increase in Twitch audience, which has greatly benefited certain streamers. One of the most anticipated games of 2023, Diablo 4 debuted as a strong contender for Game of the Year, competing with titles like Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. 

Some of the biggest stars on Twitch have also gotten into the game, which has seen a sharp increase in watching as people try to learn how to play better or watch how their favorite broadcasters handle particular circumstances. But who have been the top Diablo 4 Twitch streamers since the game’s release? Alongside some lesser-known streamers who are rapidly ascending to the top are some well-known stars. 

The game is obviously quite popular in Korea as evidenced by the presence of multiple Korean streamers in the top 10 in addition to Michael “shroud” Grzesiek and Quin69. As with many other titles, Fextralife comes out on top of the list with a lot more viewers than the next broadcaster, however this is probably largely because they have embedded the Twitch stream throughout their website. Streamers like Ludwig have already raised attention to this. 

The likes of Spanish sensation Rubius and German-speaking streamer jessirocks complete the top 10. Considering that Rubius streamed for a much less time than the other top performers during the week of launch, his statistics are also quite excellent. 

Lirik (14th), Asmongold (17th), and Ironmouse all missed the top 10, but as the game is still in its early stages, this could alter in the future.