Twitch has quickly become one of the largest streaming platforms and a form of entertainment for many, especially gamers. With eSports attracting an audience of over 500 million people per year, experts at BestOnlineCasinos.ca wanted to find out –what sports game has the highest earning potential per stream?
By utilising Influencer Marketing Hub to estimate how much streamers could earn per video, they can now reveal all!
The sports game with the highest earning potential
|#||Sports game||Average estimated media value per stream (£)|
|5||Forza Horizon 4||256|
|7||Football Manager 2020||80.88|
|9||Mario: Super Golf||27.02|
|11||Need For Speed||3.28|
With Rocket League boasting streamers with potential earnings over £60k, the game respectively earns first place as the sports-based game with the highest earning potential. On average, those streaming the car-based football game could be earning £3,123 per video!
Following behind is FIFA 21 with an average earning of £1,955 per stream. Gaules, EgeArseven and CACACE86 – all contribute to this achievement. In the top 50 highest earning sports game streamers, 22 of them play FIFA 21!
Surprisingly, clinching the final podium spot is PES 2020. A very similar concept to that of its successor, the football game has an average earning of £375 per video.
NBA 2K21 is in fourth with an average earning of £261, followed by Forza Horizon 4 (£256) in fifth and F1 2020 (£93) in sixth.
Please refer to the table for a full list of the highest earning
The highest earning sports game streamers
The popular Rocket League streamer Cizzorz takes the lead as the highest earner, with the streamer attracting a potential media value of £60,096 per video. John ‘Jack’ Cizek as he is better known has over 2 million subscribers and 24.9 million views on his videos, showing that his first-place position is well earned.
In second place is another Rocket League streamer – Laink with estimated potential earnings of £40,984 per video. The Frenchman has a whopping 576,679 followers – an increase of 5.9% in the past 30 days!*
A FIFA 21 streamer takes third place – Gaules with an estimated media value of £24,599 per video. The Brazilian – Alexandre ‘Gaules’ Borba Chiqueta – has many games up his sleeve, with FIFA not being his top choice. Nonetheless, his versatility sees him possess 2,840,123 followers, and has seen peak viewers of 154,000 this month!
The fourth highest earner is EgeArseven, a professional FIFA 21 player, with an estimated media value of £13,171 per video! Despite having a significantly lower follower count than his successors (74,155), the Turkish streamer regularly receives over 5 million views per video*, proving his popularity!
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