We've given you five streamers you should tune into to watch Warzone gameplay.

15:00, 22 Mar 2020

Call of Duty: Warzone has been dominating the charts on the various streaming websites since its release last week. Consistently holding over 100,000 viewers on Twitch and YouTube, it’s no question as to what current game is the most popular. However, with such a wide array of streamers broadcasting Warzone, it can be difficult to pick which one you want to watch. Well, today we’ll be going over which five streamers you should tune into to watch Warzone gameplay. 

DrDisrespect

Who else could top our list? Guy “DrDisrespect” Beahm started his gaming career in Call of Duty and has dabbled in previous titles like Blackout and Modern Warfare before. Although, nothing has really grabbed him as Warzone has in quite some time. The Doc is consistently streaming the battle royale to over 40,000 viewers on Twitch and it doesn’t seem like he’s slowing down.

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From the hilarious interactions between him and his teammates to the stellar gameplay, you can’t go wrong watching Doc destroy his opposition. You can check him out on his Twitch channel every weekday starting in the afternoon on the eastern coast. 

NoahJ456

Noah J is one of the most underrated streamers in the gaming community, and it needs to change. The 100 Thieves member is one of the best content creators on YouTube and possesses some true talent on both controller and PC. Known for his Call of Duty Zombies content, Noah has recently made a name for himself in battle royale titles. His streaming career really blew up when he started playing Fortnite in 2017, but he has since stopped playing. 

Nowadays, you can find Noah playing Warzone with his group of friends. He doesn’t particularly like Solos in Warzone, so he usually plays Trios and racks up an insane amount of kills every match. If you’re looking for a family-friendly streamer who has incredible skills, NoahJ456’s channel should be your first stop.

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Image via 100 Thieves.

Nadeshot

Considered one of the founders of Call of Duty esports, Matt “Nadeshot” Haag has found his love for the game again with Warzone. Recently, Nade has been busy running 100 Thieves and its many aspects. However, he, like most others, has become addicted to Warzone and dedicated many hours to streaming it live. 

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Nadeshot doesn’t have the best gameplay or the funniest commentary, but he’s synonymous with Call of Duty. So, watching him enjoy and grind another title in the franchise brings back a ton of memories for those who used to watch him compete. Nade is usually live on his Twitch during the mid-late afternoon.

Diegosaurs 

Mainly an Apex Legends streamer, Diego “Diegosaurs” Navarrette has taken his talents to Warzone in the past week. A streamer for TSM, Diego is considered one of the best PC players in any game he tries his hand at. He is even ranked number one on the Warzone leaderboards as of earlier this week. 

Diego doesn’t have the name recognition of the previous members on this list, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t tune into his Twitch streams. If you want to watch high-level gameplay and maybe even learn some tips about Warzone, Diego is your man to watch.

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FormaL

Last on our list is the only professional Call of Duty player, being Matthew “FormaL” Piper. Currently playing for the Chicago Huntsmen, FormaL is considered one of the best Call of Duty players of all-time. While this is just in professional play, it also translates into battle royales as well. Last year, FormaL consistently dominated Blackout matches, even holding some world records at one point. 

In Warzone, nothing has changed. FormaL can still destroy any lobby with an assault rifle or sniper and make it look incredibly easy. His dry humor mixed with intense gameplay makes for a great viewing experience. He also teams up with other high-profile streamers from time to time, which only enhances his Twitch streams

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