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Riot Games’ digital card game, Legends of Runeterra, continues to grow in popularity on Twitch.
The launch of Magic Misadventures has sparked a revival within LoR, from opening up the meta with a number of best tournament and ladder decks to an increase of content creators on Twitch. Many of the original best LoR streamers have weathered out the digital card game’s ups and downs since its 2020 launch, along with a growing number of streamers you may not have heard aboutbut should.
Whether pulling in thousands of views, or a few dozen, each of these LoR content creators provides a variety of entertainment and knowledge to their streams. All schedule times are CT and streamers have not been listed in any particular order.
From chill vibes and viewer games to top-ranking tournament players and beats to bop to while watching Master-level ranked gameplay, here are the best LoR streamers to watch on Twitch following the release of the Magic Misadventures expansion.
A former professional Pokémon TCG player, Maxgotthetracks has been pumping out quality gameplay and YouTube videos with his recent shift over to LoR. Competing at Master and in LoR tournaments, Max’s stream has a chill vibe to it, ideal for new players and high-level go-hards. In his downtime, he makes music and offers chat an option during streams to request songs via channel point redemptions. Maxgotthetracks is all about building up the LoR community and giving back to those in need via charity tournaments with cash prizes. He also streams every day.
Streaming Monday to Friday at 11:15am CT, Rolyatack has created a welcoming and lively community. Her Discord is always popping, with content ranging from memes and shots of the day to sports and competitive LoR decks. Rolyatack’s favorite champion is Gangplank, and she dreams of the day when Braum can have his own top-tier deck. Rolyatack’s streams showcase a mix of top-level and casual gameplay with her and ModJule ready to engage in a variety of conversation topics.
Tempo Maou has hit Master rank every season since the LoR beta days while also reaching Masters in League of Legends and TFT. Maou-Sama streams four to six days a week, typically starting around 4pm CT, and is a Vtuber. Having consistently ranked in the top 700 on the LoR ranked ladder and known for being a demon lord, Tempo Maou offers viewers a welcoming and relaxing stream environment, where his chat can even redeem channel points to throw things at him.
Offering viewers tips and insight behind a variety of competitive decks, StarboyDeluxe has earned his title of Denmark’s best LoR tournament player and has ranked top 100 via the EU shard. He’s always eager to teach players how to pilot a build, accepts viewer submissions, and has a clear goal of building up the LoR community. StarboyDeluxe offers coaching sessions and has an active Discord filled with players discussing anything from deck tech to anime. Viewers can catch StarboyDeluxe on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 12pm CT.
Never at a loss for words, Ellzawn offers viewers a casual and relaxed stream filled with ranked games, viewer submissions, and Expedition gameplay. She streams on Fridays, starting at 10pm CT, and over the weekend from 5pm to around 11pm CT. Viewers can also catch her streaming on Monday and Thursday. Ellzawn offers viewers a relaxed atmosphere and is always willing to play any type of LoR deck.
GrandpaRoji is a high-level tournament competitor and LoR coach who impacted the LoR community with his homebrew Taliya/Malphite deck during Seasonals. He’s played since launch, has consistently hit peak rank in Masters, and streams Tuesday through Saturday at 2pm CT. And he’s a legitimate grandpa.
Pulling in top views on Twitch, these streamers have been around since the beta days. Some are Seasonal champions and while others have made a name for themselves crafting and creating the best meta decks within LoR since launch.
Swimstrim has been playing digital card games since 1993. Most notably known by Gwent players as a master of deckbuilding, Swimstrim switched over to LoR during the open beta and now is one of the most-watched streamers. Viewers can check out his website, offering players a variety of top-ranked meta decklists, homebrews, and tips for crafting the ideal constructed deck.
Mogwai was also at one time a dedicated Gwent streamer who transitioned over to MTG Arena and was good enough to compete against the best Magic professionals in the world at Mythic Championship VII. Mogwai has been streaming LoR since the beta days, has a knack for deckbuilding, and is never shy about explaining his plays. Hes also interactive with chat throughout the stream and has a successful YouTube channel.
AlanzqTFT’s viewership has grown rapidly since the open beta. He hit Masters in Europe early on and then again in NA just a week later. The Team Liquid LoR and TFT player has consistently hit peak rank, known for his deck building and high level of competitive gameplay. His streams have a relaxed atmosphere, taking the time to interact with chat and offer gameplay tips.
GdayRuneterra is a full-time dad and LoR content creator who has hit peak rank in both the EU and NA shards. A former Yu-Gi-Oh professional competitor, GdayRuneterra offers a welcoming and relaxing environment that showcases top-level gameplay. He’s interactive with chat and plays a variety of best LoR decks. You can watch GdayRuneterra Sunday through Friday, starting at 3pm CT.
Jasensational enjoys posting memes on Twitter and streaming top-level LoR decks for rank and competitive tournament play, finishing in the top 16 at two Seasonal tournaments. Viewers will get treated to deep analytic conversations surrounding meta builds per patch while also getting educated on how to play them effectively. Jasensational streams Tuesday through Friday, starting at 7pm CT.
From caster and host of The Runeterra Show to high-level ladder and competitive play, MajiinBae is a former MTG Pro Tour competitor who was the LoR Cosmic Creation Seasonal champion. Always willing to talk about the best competitive decks to play in tournaments, he also produces a variety of guides and gameplay content on his YouTube channel. Viewers can check out MajiinBae Monday through Thursday at 6pm CT and sometimes on the weekends.
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