Most Popular Fortnite YouTuber’s in 2021

Published 08/28/2021, 1:37 PM EDT


Since its conception in July 2017, Fortnite has been responsible for launching the careers of multiple YouTubers. Names such as Ninja who came up with the game, have even gone on to become one of the faces of the platform. Here are some of the most popular Fortnite YouTubers in 2021.

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Ninja

Despite a recent downtrend in YouTube views, Ninja remains the king of Fortnite YouTube. From 2018-2019, Ninja experienced the most growth on his channel due to Epic’s battle royale. In 2021, he averages 150-300 thousand views on a video. This is primarily because players do not have as much interest in the game as they did a few years ago. Ninja still remains an extremely marketable creator with a digital presence in Fortnite. Although he is no longer the most viewed Fortnite YouTuber, he still takes the top spot due to the immense influence he still holds.

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SypherPK

SypherPK is one of the most beloved creators of Fortnite-themed content. He is admired for his consistency in running four channels simultaneously. His videos are a mix of informative content with top-notch gameplay mechanics. Sypher currently has over 5.3 million subscribers on his main channel and averages a million views on his videos.

Lazarbeam

With over 19 million subscribers on his channel, Australian YouTuber Lazarbeam is one of the most influential figures on YouTube. His videos are usually quite humorous and challenge-based. Similar to Ninja, he has been included as playable skin in Fortnite’s Icon Series collection.

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Source: Epic Games

Lachlan

Another Australian YouTuber with an icon series skin in the game is Lachlan. He is renowned for his unique video ideas and charming personality. He currently has over 14 million subscribers on YouTube. It is amazing to see how the Australian YouTubers have risen up and taken the place of many American creators in terms of Fortnite-themed content.

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Given the major changes that keep taking place in the game, this list could look a whole lot different next year. Who do you think will be the Fortnite king of YouTube in 2022? Let us know in the comments down below.

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Aaron Dias is an eSports author at EssentiallySports. Currently, he is a student at Xaviers College and is heavily invested in eSports. His interest in eSports began when he was young, with titles like FIFA, WWE, and Grand Theft Auto.

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