Video game influencers are as diverse as the games they play. Their content features videos of them playing popular games, amusing commentary, reviews, news, and tutorials. Followers tune in to these gaming influencers for their personalities and gaming skills. As more brands, marketers and platforms consider entering the metaverse or game platforms, many will choose to work with gaming influencers to promote their products. These influencers have engaged audiences and expertise in all things gaming and virtual reality.
10 gaming influencers you can work with today
April mixes fashion and aesthetic gaming on her social media channels, including TikTok, where she has more than 8,000 followers. She shares posts on the differences between gaming consoles, a plant-themed keyboard, and her gaming setup, among other things, with fashion and lifestyle in between.
El Gamer Cosplayer
Marti aka “El Gamer Cosplayer” posts video game reviews, anime videos, cosplay sketches and live action Shorts on YouTube. He puts a lot of time into his cosplay sketches for his 62.4K subscribers. He has videos in English and Spanish. If you’re looking for a gaming/anime influencer, he’s your guy.
Kelbe is a TikTok influencer who shares stories and ponders life in voice-overs of her playing games like Minecraft. Kelbe’s 7.3K followers get a mix of gaming and comedy, like when she wants to plan a sleepover and has everything ready except for the part about making friends. Kelbe is also a Twitch affiliate.
SkippyShorts is a TikTok, YouTube and Twitch influencer sharing videos of life as a smaller streamer, including doing charity streams, having an active chat, and her goal of making a living as a content creator. She has 24.6K TikTok followers.
Soeren has more than 172K Facebook followers on his page, which focuses on Star Wars gaming. He shares lots of memes and articles related to the franchise.