POPULAR GIRL GAMER AND COMMUNITIES WORLDWIDE

Popular girl gamers and communities worldwide

Introduction

Gaming is most of the time seen as a traditionally male arena but these popular gaming girls are well and  truly breaking that presumption. The most famous female video gamers registered below run their own YouTube channels and showcasing their skills for an enormous audience. Whether you are into mainstream games like The Sims and Fortnite, or little-known video game franchises, these female-run YouTube channels are a great way to enlighten yourself with the most popular gamer girls out there. 

  • Girls who play video games often have a sturdy time in the gaming community. 
  • Girls are frequently subjected to threats and humiliating comments from male gamers but that has not stopped these women from proudly showing off their skills online. 
  • Top girl gamers include SSSniperWolf, iHasCupquake, LDShadowLady, and Yammy. 
  • These women have mastered long enough to be good at the games they love and have lots of tips and tutorials for other gamers as well.

List of 10 popular girl gamers-

1. SSSNIPERWOLF

  • Alia Lia Shelesh was born October 22, 1992 and is better known as SSSniperWolf.
  • She is an extremely popular YouTube gamer who specializes in Call of Duty gameplay videos as well as anime and video game character cosplays. 
  • She has grossed over 8 million subscribers. 
  • She has a popular video named “Misty Cosplay (Black Ops 2 Zombies)” where she cosplayed as Abigail “Misty” Briarton from the aforementioned video game. 
  • In the year 2014, she started a 2nd channel, LittleLiaWolf which she uses for DIY videos.

2) LDShadowLady-

  • Elizabeth D was born on October 7, 1992 and is an English YouTube gamer who runs the channel LDShadowLady and is a member of the Pixel Pact. 
  • She is well known for her eccentric Minecraft series entitled Shadowcraft. 
  • She studied computer animation in Liverpool. 
  • Her 1st videos on YouTube which she uploaded at the end of 2010 and beginning of 2011 which featured the game Call of Duty. 
  • She has gathered over 3.7 million YouTube subscribers.

3) iHasCupquake-

  • Tiffany Garcia born on March 19, 1988 is a gamer who rose to internet fame for her Minecraft videos. 
  • Her iHasCupquake YouTube channel has grossed over 6 million subscribers. 
  • She started uploading her 1st web videos on the proposal of her husband, Mario Herrera AKA Redb15.

4) LaurenzSide

  • Lauren Weber was born on July 7, 1989 and is a Let’s Play gamer known by her web alias as LaurenzSide who uploads playthroughs filled with jump cuts and funny commentary. 
  • She has assembled over 1.2 million followers. 
  • She began her YouTube journey towards the beginning of year 2013 after graduating college with a degree in Communication Arts.

5) ItsFunneh

  • Kat was born on October 31, 1995 and is a content creator on YouTube better known as ItsFunneh who creates amusing roleplay, adventure, and mini-game and challenge videos from the game Minecraft. 
  • She has grossed more than 1.8 million subscribers. 
  • She joined the YouTube world in September of 2011. 
  • She did not publish her 1st video, “Thirsty Crafter (Minecraft Machinima Short),” until New Years Day of 2013. 
  • She created a famous series for her channel titled Yandere High School. 
  • Her sisters are gamers GoldenGlare, PaintingRainbows and LunarEclispe. 

6) Pokimane

  • Imane was born on May 14, 1996 and is a League of Legends Twitch superstar and YouTuber with more than 350,000 followers on the former platform and over 800,000 subscribers on the latter. 
  • She can often be seen on both platforms telling stories, making jokes, and unboxing geek subscription services. 
  • One of her most popular YouTube videos is “Stream Highlight With Corobizar and ImSoFresh!” posted on March 5th, 2015. 
  • On top of her main YouTube channel, she also has an ASMR channel.

7) GamingWithJen

  • Jennifer Flagg was born on October 28, 1990 and is a popular Minecraft gamer who publishes videos to her GamingWithJen channel as well as alongside her husband Pat on his channel PopularMMOs. 
  • Her YouTube channel has earned over 3.7 million subscribers.

8) Aphmau

  • Jessica Bravura was born on October 16, 1989 and is a YouTuber gamer and Twitch streamer better known as Aphmau who primarily plays Minecraft. 
  • She has played other games for her channel that include Pixelmon, 
  • The Sims 4 and Spore. Launching her YouTube channel on August 13, 2012, she began her career with a Minecraft Tekkit series and a Saints Row the Third series. 
  • She has over 3.3 million subscribers on her YouTube channel. 
  • The most popular videos on her channel are her Minecraft Diaries series. 
  • Several of her videos, including “The New House | Minecraft MyStreet [Ep.1 Minecraft Roleplay],” have earned over 5 million views.

9) Gloom

  • Gloom is most known as Cloudy apples a.k.a Kassie. 
  • She makes funny reaction videos, Judy Big Booty a made up sims character, and other games.

10) Yammy

  • Yammy was born on June 2, 1994 and is a British gamer, vlogger, and blogger who primarily plays the game Minecraft on her Yammy YouTube channel. 
  • She has amassed over 1.4 million subscribers there for her Let’s Plays and gaming commentaries. 
  • She launched her channel as ChicksCanGame on April 29, 2011. 
  • She has a second YouTube channel called missyammyx where she posts haul videos as well as fashion related content.

Gaming communities-

  1. Girl Gamers is the biggest, safest, and most active community on Steam that supports female gamers. This is a group that focuses on eliminating the gap between genders and brighten the fact that a gamer is a gamer, regardless of gender, sexuality, or life choices. Anyone may join the group that supports girl cause and their goal. They are growing faster and larger than ever and 2018 is already proving to be an incredible year for ‘Girl Gamers’.
  2. Elite girl gamers– A positive gaming community which is geared toward empowering female gamers to network, unite, and find others who share your passions. Be Openly Gamer.
  3. PMS Clan was founded in 2002 to generate a safe environment and community for female gamers that promoted unity through active competition in ladders and tournaments. PMS Clan has provided a home for thousands of gamers and created more than 60 game divisions on all platforms and launched divisions in all regions. They have also sponsored over 30 competitive teams or players, and achieved near 50 championship bracket placements at tournaments such as CPL, MLG, WSVG, WCG, ESWC and more.

Over the last decade, they have continued to be a community of players who have supported each other. 

Women and Gaming in the Middle East

  • 1600 women gathered in Saudi Arabia for the 2nd annual all-female Gaming Convention in the month of April in the year 2102. There was enormous demand and many said they wished the exhibition would be extended as said by Tasneem Salim, the convention’s organizers. 
  • She felt neglected by the all-male gaming events taking place in Saudi Arabia and therefore  she decided to organise her own event. The event in April,2012 was just the 2nd edition.
  • 47% of all gamers worldwide are female, according to the Entertainment Software Association (ESA). 
  • The market agrees and some companies have exclusively been targeting women in the region. Yalla! Games Café, a tournament website for skill-based games such as puzzles, launched in 2010 in the MENA region to specifically target Saudi women.  
  • Many social games already exist that target women; Social Girl, a US developed game which allows players to lead alternative lives and go on dates and shopping sprees, is one of Saudi Arabia’s most popular apps.

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