The number of female players in the gaming community is bigger than ever, especially when discussing MMO and MOBA games. Don’t let the outdated stereotype of the neckbeard basement dweller fool you – currently, 36% of fantasy MMO players are girls! These games are perfect for anyone who wants to socialize while gaming. This is also the reason why their popularity on streaming platforms remains evergreen.
League of Legends – being the kingpin of all MOBAs, serves as a daily dose to an ever-growing community of female streamers. While the player base of the game is still heavily male-centric, there is no shortage of talented and entertaining female players. The variety of which spans from non-competitive casual gamers to the challenger rank prodigies.
Tonnes of female streamers join and leave the League community every day. But some names have just implanted themselves with the roots of the game. These include prominent streamers like Ovilee May (famous League caster), YourPrincess (former Twitch Rivals team captain), and many other distinguished Twitch Icons.
Regardless of the abundance of entertaining female gamers out there, we have shortlisted the top 7 most popular female League of Legends streamers below:
Triniti “GamerGirl” is a Canadian Twitch streamer who enjoys dominating mid-lane in High ELO games. While her champion pool is quite vast, she majorly excels on the blinking assassin, Katarina. However, Triniti also likes to play with other champions, such as Lux and Riven – as evident in her older streams.
She is one of the most skilled female players on the rift, acclaimed for pushing three of her accounts to Challenger with her consistent Katarina performance back in season 10. She is very well known in the community and, through regular streaming, has amassed about 300k followers on Twitch.
For the most part of her career, Triniti didn’t use a face-cam on her streams, keeping her face anonymous to her audience. But after a huge number of requests came flooding in from her followers, she finally did a face reveal on Instagram in September 2021. Her gaming sessions are quite enjoyable, including her content on YouTube, as she tends to have fun with every individual game.
You are recommended to follow her on Twitch and check out more of GamerGirl content on socials linked below:
Jayden “YourPrincess” Diaz is not your standard League of Legends streamer. She is a glamorous icon, often reputed by online media as a “Twitch Star”. Jayden kickstarted her streaming career back in 2015. Since then, she has amassed more than 140,000 Twitch followers, mainly streaming League of Legends and later trying her luck in Valorant as well. Furthermore, she also uploads regularly on her YouTube channel of the same name.
Born in the USA, Jayden started her climb on the NA SoloQ back in season 5. She quickly got accustomed to the role of an ADC and has assumed that role to this day. Throughout seasons 7 to 11, YourPrincess peaked around Diamond ranks, with champions like Jhin, Jinx, and Vayne being her go-to picks. These days she can also be seen playing a lot of Kalista.
Jayden’s success on Twitch cemented her as the leader in not one but three Twitch Rival events (from 2019 to 2020). However, due to some negative involvement in one of the most viral harassment cases on Twitch, she decided to quit Twitch Rivals for good. Nonetheless, YourPrincess continues to grow on Twitch both as a person and a League of Legends player. Check her out on the socials linked below:
Ovilee May is no foreigner to popularity. She started as an interviewer at Yahoo! Esports but it sadly came to its closure in June 2017, and Ovilee May started working for Riot Games as a host from where many people may recognize her. At Riot Games, she is primarily an interviewer and does sideline news for the North American League of Legends Champion Series, though she also takes part in major international events as well.
Despite her image as a host, Ovilee is a dedicated Twitch streamer and YouTuber who has gathered up 120k followers on Twitch and 52.8k subscribers on YouTube – as of August 2023. Her streams are chill and entertaining, and she can be seen playing a handful of games, including League of Legends, Warframe, Among us, and Overwatch. She started her League career back in season 3 as a Leona main. However, nowadays, she plays bot-lane playing mainly Lux, and managed to hit silver in season 2023 by queuing solo for ranked.
Even though she might not have been a competitor in any Esports platforms or be known for her skills, she is well known and respected in the community for her contributions. You can follow up on her journey as a Twitch streamer and join in on her streams or watch her content on YouTube, which is highly recommended!
MaryMaybe is a well-known streamer from Las Vegas for her content and streams on Twitch as a League of Legends player. She started out as a Minecraft YouTuber back in 2015 with consistent uploads on her YouTube channel, mustering up over 30k subscribers. Mary is now devoted to posting and Twitch streaming; she has over 120k followers – as of August 2022, as she can be seen streaming daily and League of Legends, Genshin Impact, and a few other games.
Starting as a Silver 1 in season 4, she climbed up to Platinum by season 6 and has held her ground in Platinum ever since; she even managed to hit Diamond 3 in season 9. Mary is a mid-laner with Akali, but her champion pool also consists of Lux, Veigar, and Ahri.
Although she has not been seen on any competitive platforms, she is a highly skilled and famed player. She can be joined on her Twitch streams daily, to check out her stream schedule, click on the links below!
Neonpuddles (Leigh) is a Canadian Twitch streamer who is mostly known for her League of Legends content and addiction to popcorn. Although Neon started streaming on Twitch in 2018, she has been a casual gamer since childhood. She grew up playing a variety of MMOs and MOBAs but found her passion in League of Legends – back in season 4.
Leigh has gathered quite the following in her 4 years of streaming, with a supportive fanbase that’s about to hit the 60k mark. Throughout her LoL career, Neon has consistently piloted the role of support. Favoring high-damage AP utility champions like Lux, Brand, Morgana, and Velkoz.
Neonpuddles hosts a well-established community on Twitch, which she addresses as the “Neon Ocean”. Moreover, her down-to-earth personality and stunning looks, combined with a healthy amount of sarcasm, tends to keep the viewers grounded on her streams.
Shelby “Luxx” Laine is a streamer from Los Angeles and is one of the most popular Lux mains out there; she plays League on stream for more than 185,000 of her followers on Twitch. Additionally, Luxx was originally known as an artist as she used to live stream herself drawing.
Shelby started her League journey in season 8 as a Platinum player and has a large fan following. Her main champ is Seraphine, and she enjoys playing mid along with support. However, she also likes to play Sona, Zyra, and Karma. Luxx has grinded ranked solo queues peaking up to Master 1. Throughout the years, she has gained bursts of popularity while getting better and better at the game.
Luxx posts her stream highlights on YouTube, although she is not really consistent with her YouTube uploads. Nevertheless, a stack of previously uploaded content is still available, which won’t let you leave unentertained. Her dedication to daily streaming deserves a follow from you!
Amalie “ProxyFox” Reisvaag is a widely known streamer from Norway and plays on EUW. Proxy is no exception to the most popular League streamers. Amassing her popularity by joining several social media platforms back in 2014. She has gained a massive following of over 76k followers on Twitch.
Her popularity began with streaming League of Legends, H1Z1, and Counter-Strike: Global offensive. As of League of Legends, she is known for maining Nami, and she started playing League in the early days of season 3, her skill has only gotten better throughout the years, and she has hit master in 2023; this skill led her to take part in Twitch Rivals 2021.
Although she hasn’t been uploading much on YouTube since the past year, her older stream highlights can be accessed through her YouTube channel. Plus, she actively streams on Twitch almost daily for thousands of people.
Despite League’s male-centric demographic when it comes to streamers and content creators, female talent in the industry can not be overshadowed. Additionally, with the frequent emergence of new faces in the female League of Legends community. The demographics are shifting quite noticeably.
This list – in no way portrays any discrimination between the listed players as they are all equally enjoyable to watch. Each has their unique way of playing the game and are all hard-working females providing quality content for their audiences. Some may be of a lower rank than others, but this does not entirely define their potential – each individual deserves an equal amount of respect.