6 Best Video Games to Live Stream

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With one-third of the entire global population currently undergoing stay-at-home measures. And only so many Netflix series to binge-watch. It’s a pretty good time to get in some serious gaming. It includes video game live streamers both veteran and a beginner can certainly use the opportunity to increase their audience.

In this article, we’re going to highlight 6 of the best video games to live stream, based on popularity and uniqueness.

League of Legends

It’s hard to imagine, but Riot Games’ League of Legends remains the most-watched game on Twitch, despite being 11 years old. While not the first MOBA released, LoL has withstood all competition. As many AAA developers have tried and failed at releasing their own MOBA games.

League of Legends has also come a long way with many updates and patches over the years. Hence, keeping the game alive and fresh for both veterans and new players alike.

Minecraft

Just like League of Legends, Minecraft is also 11 years old and has been kept alive. Provided with tons of updates over the years that bring in new players while bringing back old ones. It’s also pretty much the only game of its kind – while other survival games exist, like Rust or DayZ. None offer the creative possibilities of Minecraft or the incredible modding community behind it.

You don’t even need to download the Minecraft client, as you can play Minecraft directly in your browser.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

A soft-reboot of the Modern Warfare series that began with Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, but is a completely brand new game, not a remaster of CoD4. It is currently the 2nd most-watched game on Twitch, and like pretty much every other Call of Duty title, features a fast-paced arcade gameplay style that is easy to jump into, and plenty of unique online game modes have been announced for Season 2.

If live-streaming first-person shooters are your thing, there’s no better time than to jump into Modern Warfare.

Mobile Legends

Mobile gamers aren’t to be left out of this list, as Mobile Legends has over 75 million players. Although the majority of players are spread throughout Asia. It features a built-in live streaming platform, and connect to a user’s Facebook and YouTube accounts. Giving ML players several streaming options from their Android and iOS devices.

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Its gameplay is nearly identical to that of League of Legends, though adapted for mobile gameplay. Consequently, it is without a doubt the most popular MOBA for mobile gamers.

Tanki Online

A browser-based arena tank battle MMO, Tanki Online offers tons of entertainment with a rank-based system. Lots of upgrades and customizations for your tank, and large maps. Vehicular combat games haven’t been this fun since the Twisted Metal games back in the PS2 era, and there’s a pretty large community. It offers streamers plenty of reason to add Tanki Online to their gaming library.

While a desktop client is available for download, you can play Tanki online right in your browser before you decide to download the full client.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Only available for the Nintendo Switch, Animal Crossing: New Horizons. It is currently on Twitch the 9th most-watched game. Thanks to the connectivity of Nintendo Switch to a third-party capture card over HDMI through your computer. It sounds tedious, but it’s actually incredibly simple to set up. Most people already streaming the game.