The Top 13 Up-And-Coming Facebook Gaming Creators Making Their Mark 

Facebook Gaming may be a new, up-and-coming gaming platform, but it’s an important new platform for gaming creators. The platform may only take up less than 5 percent of the market share, but for creators looking to make their mark, Facebook Gaming is a great opportunity to get into the field early. 

Facebook Gaming aggregates both live and pre-recorded videos on their platform under the “gaming” section of their website and displays them all on their dashboard. It’s easy to discover new gamers through their platform, especially if you’re live, or if you’re playing one of the popular games. 

It’s not just about the live videos, though. Facebook Gaming also offers the opportunity for creators to host tournaments with friends. You can also participate in others’ tournaments by registering for them. Plus, you can watch live eSports games and play popular games on Facebook Gaming. 

Unlike Twitch or YouTube, Facebook Gaming isn’t quite as competitive and has plenty of room for new creators to move in and capitalize on the platform. Whether you’re looking to work with creators starting off on Facebook Gaming, or you’re just looking to dip your feet into the water, here’s our list of the top Facebook Gaming creators on the platform right now. 


The Top 13 Up-And-Coming Facebook Gaming Creators Making Their Mark:


Top 13 Facebook Gaming Creators 

Here are some of the most popular gaming creators making their mark with Facebook Gaming. 

StoneMountain64

David Steinberg, better known as StoneMountain64 on social media, is a full-time streamer and one of the most popular streamers on Facebook Gaming. The Washington State native has more than 1.4 million followers and started his channel in college while he worked a full-time job, though he later quit his job to focus on streaming full-time. David was nominated as Streamer of the Year during the 2018 Esports Awards. 

The gamer is best known for his comedic streaming videos, including his “Yolo” series where he plays military games in full character or “Top Plays,” where he shows off his video game highlights. During his games, he will “shout-cast,” or surprise other players during games by announcing their play-by-plays. David has participated in a number of tournaments; he took home fourth place in the “Fortnite” celebrity Pro-Am tournament at E3 in 2018. 


UnicornIB

Unicorn IB is a female gamer who streams on Facebook Gaming. The gamer, who has not revealed her name, is based on West Bengal, India. She primarily focuses on live streaming the video game Free Fire - Battlegrounds. UnicornIB has nearly 100,000 followers. 


NatChats 

Nat is a South African native living in Australia who live streams a variety of video games on Facebook Gaming. Nat focuses on live streaming Fortnite, Call of Duty - Mobile, and Call of Duty: Warzone. Her streams involve socializing with her community and spreading positive vibes. With nearly 500,000 fans, Nat has one of the largest followings on Facebook Gaming. 


ZLaner

ZLaner is a Facebook Gaming creator that focuses primarily on first person shooter games. ZLaner had more than 600,000 followers on Facebook Gaming, making him one of the top creators on the platform. The streamer focuses on Call of Duty: Warzone, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, and Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War; he plays Call of Duty: Warzone professionally. 


Gemik 

Gemik is a Facebook Gaming creator with more than 345,000 followers on the platform. Gemik focuses on Mobile Legends, State of Survival, and League of Legends: Wild Rift. The gamer calls himself “a regular everyday normal guy” who happens to play games. He aims to spread love and empathy while having fun. He has ranked as Top 1 Squad globally in Season 7 with Raja and Top 300 in Europe on Heroes of the Storm (Grand Master) in Season 1. 


Adiofreak

Rudy, better known as Adiofreak on social media, is a Facebook Gaming streamer best known for live streaming Call of Duty: Warzone, Apex Legends, and Valheim. He describes himself as an “awkward guy playing a bunch of games on the internet and laughing it up with anyone who stops by!” He streams daily every morning. 


Hitman Gaming

Hitman Gaming is a Facebook Gaming content creator best known for streaming Call of Duty: Warzone, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, and Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. The streamer, who has more than 150,000 followers on Facebook Gaming, streams frequently to his profile. “We are here for laughs and a great time. Not the world's best gamer but definitely a funny streamer,” he says on his Facebook Gaming profile. 


AverageDad

This British streamer known as Average Dad focuses on playing Call of Duty: Warzone and Escape from Tarkov. With more than 400,000 followers, Average Dad is one of the most-followed personalities on Facebook Gaming. “Showing everyone that you don't have to be a "pro gamer" to be a "pro content creator". Come be part of something amazing,” he says on his profile. The gamer streams Monday to Friday starting at 9:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. as well as 12 p.m. and 5 p.m. on Sundays. 


Omareloff

Omar, known as Omareloff on social media, is a Facebook Gaming streamer best known for live streaming Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Grand Theft Auto, and Valorant. He has more than 300,000 followers on Facebook Gaming. 


Aquib2

Aquib is a Facebook Gaming streamer who streams horror games on the platform. The streamer is best known for playing Resident Evil 2, Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, and At Dead of Night. His fans are called the SquibSquad.


DooM49

Sain, better known as DooM49 on social media, is a gamer and producer who streams content across multiple platforms, including Facebook Gaming. The streamer primarily focuses on Call of Duty: Warzone, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, and Battlefield 1. His gameplay includes funny moments and his top plays. He’s also the creator of the DooM49ers, a player group for players aged 64 and over. 


Kingslayer

Kingslayer is a gamer best known for streaming Fortnite, Fall Guys, Call of Duty, and Madden NFL 21 on Facebook Gaming. He joined Facebook Gaming while working a full-time corporate job with a six-figure salary and benefits, though his job did not leave him fulfilled. The gamer had tried out Twitch, a popular gaming platform, but did not feel as if he could gain a footing on Twitch. He opened his gaming account on Facebook under the alias Kingslayer and built a channel that viewers felt like they could tune into on a regular basis. Kingslayer has more than 450,000 followers on Facebook Gaming. “Home of the most dominant video game player in history. The man, the myth, the legend himself,” the player says on his profile. 


Abrupt

Abrupt is a gamer best known for streaming Call of Duty: Warzone, Apex Legends, and Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War on Facebook Gaming. In addition to streaming, Abrupt is known for his fitness content on social media. He has more than 30,000 followers on his Facebook Gaming social media platform. 


Conclusion 

Though Facebook Gaming is a relatively new and up-and-coming platform, some streamers have managed to make it their home and find their followings. It’s easy to discover new gamers through their platform, especially if you’re live when someone comes to Facebook Gaming, or if you’re playing one of the popular games on Facebook Gaming. 

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