From Dr Disrespect to Aydan, These Are the Top Call of Duty Streamers of 2020

Published 12/23/2020, 12:25 PM EST

The Call of Duty franchise has a huge fanbase spread across various titles under its wing. Starting from Blacks Ops Cold War to Warzone, CoD has some of the best streamers and YouTubers hooked on to it. However, there are some streamers who caught the public eye because of their impressive skills and achievements.


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Here is a list of the top Call of Duty streamers of 2020.

Top Call of Duty streamers for 2020


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Aydan Conrad, popular for his YouTube channel Aydan, recently broke world records in Call of Duty Warzone. The legendary player recently got the highest number of kills in solo vs squad; he broke the internet with 60 kills. He emerged victorious in the game after a final 1v1 with a Juggernaut.

The video he uploaded on his channel shows his candid excitement after learning that he had broken the world record. Soon after, he took to social media to brag about his achievement.

Popular YouTubers such as Ali-A congratulated him for his achievement. Additionally, he even earned appreciation from the controversial streamer, Dr Disrespect, who called him “the best controller gamer the world has ever seen.”

Aydan has 177K subscribers on YouTube and 1.9M followers on Twitch.

Dr DisRespect

Dr DisRespect is practically the biggest Call of Duty streamer of 2020, having mostly streamed Warzone and Modern Warfare multiplayer on his channel. He has always been affiliated with the franchise, being a former CoD level designer for Sledgehammer Games. Furthermore, he has also designed a map for Epic Games’ Rogue Company, called the Arena, and has expressed a desire to design the Gulag map for Warzone.

However, Doc is not particularly fond of mobile gamers. In fact, the 38-year-old American streamer made news not too long ago because of his controversial tweet against mobile gamers, which led YouTuber iFerg to challenge him to a game of CoD.

Dr DisRespect has 3.21M subscribers on his YouTube channel, and an impressive follower count of 2M on his Twitter, where he shares notoriously controversial statements.


YouTuber Nick “Nickmercs” Kolcheff is one of the biggest names in the CoD community for his consistent Warzone streams. He has been a part of groups like 100 Thieves, where he worked alongside popular entities like Nadeshot. Nickmercs is currently associated with the FaZe Clan, having worked with former FaZe member, Rain.

He won Streamer of the Year in the Streamy Awards this year and took to Twitter to share his gratitude for the same.

His entertaining streams on his YouTube channel have earned him 3.39M subscribers. Furthermore, he has 4.8M followers on Twitch, who he refers to as the MFAM.


YouTuber GeekyPastimes, who has 15.6K subscribers on his channel, caught the public eye when he became the first person to decode the messages in Black Ops Cold War reveal a day after its release.

Following this, Activision officially made him a CoD partner. Additionally, GeekyPastimes became the first person to reveal how to unlock the secret intel cutscene in Warzone. This cutscene also revealed a fan-favorite Modern Warfare character whom we can expect to see as a potential operator in the coming seasons.

GeekyPastimes has 13.8K followers on Twitch.


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With 4.81M subscribers on his YouTube channel, NoahJ456 was also one of the first YouTubers to complete the Black Ops Cold War Easter egg reveal. Additionally, he is popular as a Cold War Zombies streamer. He streamed along with MrDalekJD, and gained great viewership for the same.

These are some of the top Call of Duty streamers of 2020. Further, other popular streamers who gained recognition for their CoD streams this year are MrRoflWaffles, iCrazyTeddy, and TmarTn.


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Riddhima Pal

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Riddhima Pal is an eSports editor at EssentiallySports. Currently pursuing a Master's degree in English, she has been professionally writing since 2016 and decided to explore the field of eSports journalism in 2020. Riddhima played several titles during her childhood like GTA Vice City and FIFA.