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The most popular streamers of April on Mixer

The most popular streamers of April on Mixer

Shroud and Ninja continue their ongoing rivalry for the title of Mixer's most popular streamer. April saw a new battle between their channels given the release of the highly awaited shooter from Riot Games. Let's talk about this topic in more detail in today's overview of April results on Mixer.

In March, we saw Ninja becoming the platform's most popular streamer. Tyler has managed to repeat this achievement in April. It should be noted that he has kept the first spot at Mixer for several months in a row, with Shroud staying at the second spot.

Things could have changed in April, given that the new title of Riot Games has finally entered the beta-testing stage. Of course, we are talking about the much talked about Valorant – which has even caused the Mixer's main rival to break own record. We have covered this situation in more detail in the following news.

The streamers have also participated in other interesting games. In April, both of them have been playing Call of Duty Warzone. In addition, Ninja was also seen playing Fortnite, while Shroud has continued his World of Warcraft activities.

It should be noted that in April, Ninja's airtime is almost twice that of Shroud. However, they only have around 10% difference between their hours watched indicators. This makes Michael the platform's leader by the average viewers indicator.

As for the rest of the top, it pretty much repeats the one from the March ranking. The only difference is that the round the clock radio channels have failed to maintain their spots. The only one remaining is Monstercat (holding the third spot), while ChilledCat has dropped several spots.

This has happened due to the show matches for the Call of Duty's battle royale mode. In addition, the platform has continued its fight against the streamers responsible for the round-the-clock "spark farms" – which is why this time the normal channels have managed to overtake the radio channels in the ranking.

Overall, it can be stated that the very top part of the ranking hasn't changed. However, its bottom half shows some activity for the first time in a while – which can be seen as an extremely positive trend.

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