Pokimane is one of the most popular female streamers on streaming platform Twitch, with over 8.4 million followers and nearly 20k average viewers per stream.
On her Twitch channel, the content creator has streamed a variety of games, but one in particular has taken the title of most-streamed game in 2021. Pokimane fans will be unsurprised to learn that it was Riot Games’ Valorant who was responsible.
Imane “Pokimane” Anys has streamed Valorant the most in 2021, with 427 hours logged over the course of the year.
Over the course of her Twitch career, Pokimane has streamed around 623 hours of Valorant. As a result, she completed nearly 69 percent of her Valorant stream time in a single year.
Pokimane’s fans may not be surprised by the number, as the streamer has repeatedly expressed her love for the game. She plays a lot even when she isn’t streaming, and she has a lot of accounts.
Valorant is a Riot Games game that was released on June 2, 2020. Pokimane took the game much more seriously last year, grinding both on and off stream ranked mode and claimed to be “addicted” to it.
Pokimane announced almost eight days later that she had reached the “Immortal” rank in the game and has been accused of being “carried” to her current in-game rank on numerous occasions. The term refers to players who are helped to a certain rank by higher-level players who team up with them to win matches.
On stream, she refuted the claims, frustrated that people would dismiss her talent as “carried.”
Her Twitch channel has numerous clips of her playing the game with friends or in solo mode. One of her most popular videos features her holding a one vs. four round while Felix “xQc” Lengyel (who had already died in-game) cheers her on in the background.
Rust (49.1 hours) and Among Us (49.1 hours) are Pokimane’s second and third most-streamed games, respectively (with 39.4 hours).