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Best DOTA Streamers to Follow on Twitch 2017

by Fahad Saleem

Defense of the Ancients (DotA) is one of the most popular games in the world, with millions of active players, thousands of online communities and millions of gameplay viewers on YouTube and Twitch every month. If you want to learn DotA or just want to enjoy the gameplay of famous DotA players, you should turn to Twitch, the game streaming platform. Here are the best DotA and DotA 2 streamers to follow on Twitch in 2017.

Best Dota Steamers to Follow in 2017


Dendi, who is Danylo Ishutin from Ukraine, is an incredible Twitch stream for Dota 2 enthusiasts. The channel has about 522,000 followers. Ishutin is the 44th highest earning professional gamer in the world, with total earnings of $732,549.40. The 27-year old player entered the world of gaming from Counter Strike. He used to play in the local internet cafes as his brother moved out and took his PC along.

Admiral Bulldog

Admiral bulldog is perhaps the most famous Dota 2 streamer on Twitch, with over 380,000 followers and millions of views on his videos. The man behind this channel is a Swedish Dota player named Henrik Ahnberg, who has made about $566,042.39 playing video games and taking part in different eSports tournaments.


A1taOda is another amazing Dota 2 Twitch channel to subscribe to in 2017. The channel has over 324,000 subscribers. This Twitch stream is regularly updated with amazing Dota 2 videos. But this Twitch channel is not in English.


SingSing Twitch stream has over 39 million views and 380,000 followers. SingSing is best known for his funny commentary. He trash talks his opponents in a way that isn’t rude. He has special code names and terms for almost everything in the Dota world. SingSing is from the Netherlands, and now has retired from the professional Dota game playing. The 26-year old Dota 2 player has made around $209,207 from Dota online gaming.


Wagamama is a Swedish Dota player who started playing the game in 2004. He has played professional Dota for the famous team, Emocore. Wagamama has more than 221,000 followers on Twitch. His videos and commentary make him one of the best Dota streamers of 2017.



PurgeGamers is a nice Twitch stream to watch in 2017 if you want to learn Dota2. The channel has nice commentary and fun style. The game himself explains each and every move. The channel has around 129,000 followers.

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