People tuned into her stream for 8.2 million hours between April and June.
Her numbers are far lower than the top three, Felix “xQc” Lengyel, Alexandre “Gaules” Borba, and Zack “Asmongold” Hoyt, who had 70.6 million hours watched, 57.7 million hours watched, and 40.1 million hours watched, respectively.
Still, she was the only female streamer to make the cut. Notable absences include big names like Imane “Pokimane” Anys, Rachell “Valkyrae” Hofstetter, and VTuber Ironmouse.
It’s not surprising to see Amouranth dominating viewership compared to other women in the scene. She has been thriving. However, her main rivals have also been less active than usual, which helped a lot.
Nevertheless, their absence from the quarterly top 100 list exposes how one-sided the streaming industry is. In 2017, Twitch reported that 81.5 percent of users on the platform were male, while 18.5 percent were female.
As a result, the number of leading female streamers is growing. They’ve paved the way for others to follow, and if this trend continues, more will appear in the top 100 in future quarterly reports.
It will be interesting to see how this impacts the data moving forward.