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[16] Best Valorant Youtubers (MUST Watch Channels)

Watching Youtubers play Valorant is one of the best ways to get better at the game. It’s also extremely entertaining, so let’s take a look at the best Valorant Youtubers out there.

Best Valorant Youtubers

Here is a list of the best Valorant Youtubers:

  1. TenZ
  2. Shroud
  3. C9 meL
  4. Ladiff
  5. n0ted
  7. Hiko
  8. TSM MLE
  9. Charla7an
  10. xtr
  11. G2 Mimi (Michaela Lintrup)
  12. Shakes
  13. Jazzyk1ns
  14. Vkimm
  15. ShahZaM
  16. Skadoodle

Keep reading as I go over each of these channels in more detail to help you decide if it is a channel that you would be interested in.

1. TenZ

TenZ is a professional Valorant player who plays for Sentinels. He’s one of the most popular Valorant content creators because he’s extremely good at the game.

There was a point in time when many players considered him the best Valorant player in the world.

Although Meta changes and the growth of the game have set him and Sentinels back a bit, he’s still one of the best players out there.

TenZ makes a variety of content, so you should check him out no matter what you want to see.

He posts full matches (although, he edits them down), educational videos with tips and tricks, and even fun little videos like 1v1s.

He’s a great Youtuber to watch if you want to improve your own gameplay or just chill out and be entertained by a professional player having fun.

2. Shroud

I’m sure most of you reading this know who Shroud is, but for those of you who don’t just know that he is a legend. Shroud has roots as a professional CS:GO player and started his career back in 2013.

Nowadays, he pretty much chills out and plays Valorant and is still playing professionally despite being much older than most other eSports players.

Shroud is a legend and so loved by everyone not just due to his skill, but due to his chillness as well. Shroud is just a great watch all around.

He mostly just posts gameplay videos, so if you want to see a pro at work, he’s the channel to watch.

He doesn’t talk about his gameplay or tips & tricks too much, so most people just watch him for entertainment and for his chill personality.

3. C9 meL

C9 MeL is a professional Valorant player. She’s actually the in-game leader (IGL) for Cloud 9 White and has led them to a few huge tournament victories.

She’s extremely fun to watch and has a great sense of humor, but also gives a ton of tips for playing Valorant better.

Being the IGL, she has to have very good game sense and awareness when she plays, which makes her a very good teacher of the game.

On her channel you can find how-tos of crucial game mechanics (how to entry, how to anchor, etc). You can also find Agent tutorials and montages.

Do note, though, that she doesn’t do traditional tutorials, so if you want to learn, it’s going to be a “learn by watching” situation.

Her videos always include a great deal of comedy and a great deal of skill, so she’s a fantastic watch whether you want to improve your gameplay or just have a couple of laughs at Solo Queue shenanigans.

4. Ladiff

Ladiff is a streamer and a Youtuber known for making montage videos of his insane gameplay on Valorant.

His videos are pretty unique when compared to other Valorant content creators. Basically what he does is combine some of his best clips into a montage. But this is not what separates him.

He then takes this montage and adds awesome background music to it. On top of that his edits and transitions between the different clips are insane and it makes for some sweet Valorant videos.

If you are looking for awesome Valorant gameplay, mixed with some entertainment, then his channel is a good one to sub to. His videos are only a few minutes long and he uploads every few days.

5. n0ted

n0ted is a Valorant Youtuber who uploads a variety of Valorant content. He has gameplay highlights, funny moments, tips, updates, and more.

One thing I like about this channel is that n0ted uploads almost daily. That’s nice because it gives you something to look forward to everyday.

n0ted is not much of a streamer these days, but if you are just looking for good Valorant content on Youtube then his channel is great.


HITSCAN, or RyanCentral, is a Youtube channel dedicated to Valorant news such as patches, updates, new content, competitive Valorant info, and more.

The channel does not do a lot of gameplay content, and so if that is what you are looking for then you may want to check out other channels.

However, if you want the latest news and updates regarding all things Valorant then this is a great channel to sub to.

Although the channel is not as active as it once was, the videos they do release are still very solid.

7. Hiko

Hiko is an ex-CSGO pro and is currently a content creator for the gaming org 100 Thieves. Although he is less focused on the pro scene than he used to be, he is still an amazing FPS player.

His content is mainly focused on his incredible gameplay, but he also has videos where he gives tips on how to use certain agents in the game.

Hiko is a good channel to follow if you just want to see incredible gameplay. He uploads often and also streams on Twitch.


TSM MLE is just very fun to watch. She’s a professional player for TSM and has proven her skill time and time again. Most of her Youtube content is pure entertainment.

She posts a ton of videos of herself playing Solo Queue, and as we all know by now, Solo Queue leads to a lot of funny situations.

Of course, she’s also extremely skilled at the game so her channel is a great place to check out Immortal gameplay.

She doesn’t post many tutorials, tips, and tricks, so I’d categorize her purely as an entertainment channel.

However, watching Immortal players like MLE is one of the best ways to improve your own gameplay. Don’t let her humor fool you, she’s still an Immortal player and still extremely deadly with the Vandal.

9. Charla7an

I’ll just come out and say that I think Charla7an is the best educational Valorant player on Youtube. He’s such a great teacher and can get his points across in very blunt ways that make loads of sense.

Charla7an is a Radiant player, so he’s obviously extremely good at the game. Being good at the game doesn’t automatically make you a good player, though.

If you watch just one of Charla7an’s videos, you can immediately tell that he has a knack for teaching. He doesn’t fluff out his videos with montages or memes.

He gets straight to the point and tells you what to do, why you should do it, etc.

The best part is that he’s not a one trick pony either, so he will have very good advice for everyone, no matter what Agent they play or what role they want to take (entry, anchor, etc).

10. xtr

This one is for all of you one trick ponies out there, especially if you one trick Phoenix. Xtr is one of the best Phoenix players in the world, and has the hours to show for it.

On his channel you can find a ton of hilarious montages and gameplay clips, but you can also find a lot of helpful advice. If you play Phoenix, xtr is the player you want to watch to get better.

Even if you don’t play Phoenix, you can still learn a ton from xtr. If you play any other entry Agent like Jett or Reyna, then a lot of what xtr says about playing entry will transfer over to those Agents.

So while comedy and Phoenix gameplay is xtr’s main selling point, he still makes great content for just about anyone.

11. G2 Mimi (Michaela Lintrup)

G2 Mimi is a great Youtuber for those that enjoy Valorant beyond just playing it.

If you’re interested in the lives of pro players, G2 Mimi posts many awesome vlogs of her experience and life as a professional Valorant player.

She has many videos showing the G2 bootcamp behind the scenes and other similar videos showcasing her life.

Of course, Mimi also has plenty of awesome Valorant content. Afterall, she is an accomplished pro player so she is extremely good at the game.

She has a great sense of humor and an awesome aura that radiates through her videos.

She always showcases her personality whether she’s making a vlog or a Valorant montage, which is why she made this list!

12. Shakes

All you need to know about Shake’s Youtube channel is that he has a Sokka profile picture.

Shakes isn’t the place to go if you want to see insane Valorant gameplay, that’s what we have TenZ, Shroud, and MeL for.

Instead, Shakes is where we go when we want to see some absolutely hilarious Valorant Solo Queue encounters. Overall, Shakes is hilarious. He has a great personality and all of his videos are in good fun.

Some Valorant Youtubers focused on comedy lean a bit more into the toxic side, but in my experience Shakes keeps things cool, light-hearted, and has plenty of fun with his videos.

13. Jazzyk1ns

Jazzyk1ns is another professional Valorant player and also plays on C9 White. She is an absolutely insane player, and consistently dominates in Radiant games.

She doesn’t post a lot of videos, but if you want to watch an entry player go to work, Jazzyk1ns is perfect.

14. Vkimm

Vkimm is a Valorant player mostly focused on the content creation side of things. She makes pretty funny and entertaining videos and posts quite often.

There’s only one caveat, she mostly only posts Youtube shorts. So, if you’re looking for longer videos, vlogs, etc. you’ll want to go with someone like Shakes or Mimi.

However, Vkimm is great for mindlessly watching a few funny Valorant videos, so she’s worth a subscribe!

15. ShahZaM

ShahZaM is another professional player who plays for Sentinels. ShahZaM creates very similar content to TenZ and Shroud.

Most of his videos are of him playing Valorant and absolutely stomping the enemy team. He’s a very good player with a chill personality and a nice sense of humor.

If you want to watch a professional player and learn from them, then ShahZaM is a great option.

If you’re looking for someone to put out tutorials, explain when and why to make certain moves, and take in-depth looks at certain game mechanics and Agents, then you’ll want to watch someone like Charla7an.

However, if you learn better just by watching good players play, then ShahZaM is for you.

Even if you’re not interested in learning or getting better, ShahZaM is entertaining and has a fantastic personality, which is why I like to throw him on in the background when I’m working or gaming.

16. Skadoodle

Just like Hiko who I mentioned above, Skadoodle is also an ex-CSGO pro. However, in his case he went from CSGO pro to Valorant pro.

His channel is not as active as it once was, but he still has some incredible up for other people to see. If you are into intense, competitve gameplay then his channel is a good one to subscribe to.

I hope my list was able to help you find the Valorant Youtuber that you were looking for!

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