The Female YouTubers Dominating the Gaming Industry in 2023
Jun 14, 2023
In 2020 there were more than 100 billion hours of gaming content watched worldwide. With the desire for gaming content only ever growing stronger, there have been many female YouTubers who have pioneered the industry that has often been seen as male dominated.
There are now several established famous female YouTubers with millions of subscribers in the gaming space. Some of the top female gamers on YouTube include female Minecraft YouTubers and many other popular gaming titles.
They have showcased that with a passion for gaming and dedication to producing entertaining content you can succeed as a gaming YouTuber no matter who you are.
With female YouTubers in the gaming space accruing billions of views on their content, female gamers have often collaborated with established gaming and technology brands like ASUS Rog, Lenovo Legion & RAID: Shadow Legends to promote their new products and games.
If you need a list of the 20 most influential famous female YouTubers in the gaming space look no further!
Our Top 20 Female YouTubers in the gaming industry
CookieSwirlC – 19.8 million subscribers
CookieSwirlC is an American YouTuber best known for her Roblox content and use of a Vtuber model in place of a face camera. Her consistent, unique and entertaining videos on the popular game led to a rapid rise in popularity.
Zbing Z – 17.5 million subscribers
Zbing Z is one of Taiwan’s female YouTubers known mostly for her Roblox content, but also a variety of different games. Her channel also features in-real-life content which allows her audience to see her in an everyday setting.
Aphmau – 17.1 million subscribers
Aphmau is an American Minecraft YouTuber who makes unique and engaging content around the popular game, with daily uploads she has skyrocketed to fame.
ItsFunneh – 10.1 million subscribers
ItsFunneh is an American YouTuber who focuses mostly on Roblox content with some variety games also being played on her channel.
InquisitorMaster – 10 million subscribers
InquisitorMaster is another of America’s female YouTubers who is known for her content from a variety of games including Roblox and Minecraft. The content consistently features a group of friends known as ‘The Squad’.
JuliaMineGirl – 10 million subscribers
JuliaMineGirl is a Brazilian YouTuber who rose to fame due to her consistent Roblox content that entertains her fans.
LaurenZside – 7.5 million subscribers
LaurenZside is an American YouTuber who focuses on playing a variety of games and rose to fame with her engaging and wacky content.
LDShadowLady – 7.1 million subscribers
LDShadowLady is one of Britain’s female YouTubers who has risen to fame from her engaging and entertaining videos based around Minecraft.
IHasCupQuake – 7 million subscribers
IHasCupQuake is a Minecraft YouTuber from the USA, who has established herself as a pillar of the Minecraft community on YouTube. Putting out consistent content for a number of years, she has become one of the most recognisable names in Minecraft content creation.
Pokimane – 6.7 million subscribers
Pokimane is a Canadian variety streamer, who became one of the most popular figures on Twitch and has since converted that following into a large YouTube audience. She initially rose to prominence on the game League of Legends and Fortnite but has since branched out to play a variety of games.
IAmSanna – 6.6 million subscribers
IamSanna is an American Roblox YouTuber who rose to fame playing the popular title and making creative and unique content around it.
GamerGirl – 6 million subscribers
GamerGirl is one of Canada’s female YouTubers who focuses on Roblox and reaction content. Reactive style content allows her to resonate with her audience further creating a greater connection and larger following.
Sarah Viloid – 5.6 million subscribers
Sarah Viloid is an Indonesian YouTuber who plays a variety of games as well as making in real life and reaction content.
GamingWithJen – 5.1 million subscribers
GamingWithJen is an American YouTuber who rose to fame playing a variety of different games tapping into a wide range of gaming passion points and audiences.
Leah Ashe – 5 million subscribers
Leah Ashe is an American Roblox YouTuber who is best known for her engaging and consistent content around the popular title.
Yammy – 4 million subscribers
Yammy is another of Britain’s female YouTubers, known for her variety game as well as reaction content. She has consistent and engaging content that has drawn in a large following.
Valkyrae – 3.9 million subscribers
Valkyrae is an American YouTuber who rose to fame streaming Fortnite on Twitch and has since moved exclusively to YouTube where she plays a variety of games and also a part of the popular esports organization 100 Thieves.
LoserFruit – 3.8 million subscribers
LoserFruit is a popular Australian YouTuber who rose to fame on the popular Battle Royale game Fortnite and has since established herself as one of the most prominent content creators in the Battle Royale genre.
Olivia Gosandra – 3.5 million subscribers
Olivia Gosandra is an Indonesian YouTuber who makes in-real-life content as well as content focused on Mobile games like Mobile Legends: Bang Bang and League of Legends: Wild Rift.
Kimi Hime – 2.8 million subscribers
Kimi Hime is an Indonesian YouTuber who has grown a large following from playing a variety of mobile games.
Who is the most popular female YouTuber?
The most famous female YouTuber is the Mexican content creator Kimberly Loaiza who has 41 million subscribers.
Which female gamer has the most subscribers on YouTube?
The top female gamer on YouTube is CookieSwirlC with 19.8 million subscribers.
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