The king of Call Of Duty: Warzone streaming in 2020 has been crowned by esports betting site Unikrn.
After an unprecedented year of lockdowns and quarantines, streamers have seen their numbers skyrocket.
And no more than NICKMERCS, who according to the stats has been watched for 53 million hours during his time in Verdansk this year – more than double TimTheTatMan in second place.
One anomaly that sticks out is that Dr Disrespect still features in 8th place.
The Doc was mysteriously banned from Twitch back in June and has since reconvened his streams on YouTube – but his numbers keep him in the top 10.
Tfue has made a surge to take the 5th spot this year and boasts the second highest number of followers on Twitch.
While Symfuhny is up to 3rd this year after attaining just over 700,000 followers from streaming Warzone this year.
A spokesperson for Unikrn said:
“NICKMERCS remains the king of Call of Duty streaming after picking up nearly one million Twitch followers in 2020 from his Warzone content. He’s now the go-to guy for updates and hacks, keeping his content engaging and relevant to his audience.
“Though the real story here is Dr Disrespect still featuring in the top 10 after a strange set of circumstances. If he ever does make a triumphant return to Twitch like Ninja has, we could see the Doc competing with NICKMERCS for next year’s crown.”
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