#9 (Tie): Oddo Gaming
Last Month's Ranking: #11
Oddo Gaming cracked our top ten for the first time! This YouTuber's first Clash Royale video was uploaded on November 3rd, 2017. To this day, Oddo continues to focus on CR content - more specifically comparison videos that pit two cards against each other in a series of in-game tests. Watch the video below to see Oddo's most popular recent upload, which features the Sparky and the Prince.
Brawl Stars YouTubers - including Lex - are currently focused on September's new brawler, Sandy. Check out this video
for one of Lex's recent Sandy uploads, or watch the video below for Lex's initial impressions of Rush Wars, Supercell's newest game. The Rush Wars beta was announced in late August and is currently only available in select countries
Big changes are afoot in Clash Royale, and CWA Mobile Gaming (a.k.a. Ash) has been on top of the news! Recent announcements include a new "anti-draw" overtime mechanic
and a bunch more news detailed in this tweet
. Ash's followers appear pretty split
regarding the "anti-draw" overtime mechanic. Watch below for Ash's recent "State of the Game" video, in which he shares his opinions on Clash Royale's current status and future outlook.
#6 (Tie): BenTimm1
Last Month's Ranking: #14 (Tie)
BenTimm1 shot up eight ranks thanks to a burst of new subscribers (he amassed over 7,000 more new subs than last period, while his video views remained steady). Ben listed some of his recent gaming highlights in a tweet
; they include reaching 900,000 subs on YouTube, visiting Supercell HQ, and receiving his first in-game Brawl Stars feature. Watch Ben detail the September Brawl Stars update in the video below. He also uploaded one Rush Wars video during the current period - check it out here
#6 (Tie): MYSTIC7
Last Month's Ranking: #6 (Tie)
MYSTIC7 has made three straight ranked appearances since his return to Clash of Clans earlier in the summer (though his primary focus remains Pokémon GO). MYSTIC7 recently announced that he's putting together
his own platform for mental health education, awareness, and conversation. A worthy cause! Check out the video below to watch MYSTIC7's much anticipated return to Legend League.
Beaker recently took some time on Instagram
to reflect about the time he had fewer than 10,000 subscribers on YouTube. As of writing, Beaker has over 760k subs and is averaging over 100k views per video. Speaking of reminiscing, check out the video below to watch Beaker react to old Clash of Clans screenshots taken from his ancient 2012 iPad.
Orange Juice began as a Clash Royale YouTuber. These days, his primary focus has shifted to Brawl Stars (he also dabbles in Clash Royale and Rush Wars, Supercell's newest game). Watch his most recent Rush Wars upload below! In the video, OJ mentions that he won't be posting many more Rush Wars in the future. In fact, we expect reduced Rush Wars activity from all ranked creators until the game becomes available in more countries.
#3: JK - Brawl Stars
Last Month's Ranking: #6 (Tie)
This period marks JK - Brawl Stars' fourth straight top 10 appearance. Thus far, JK has an average placement of 5. Fun fact: Each of this period's top three ranked YouTubers exclusively focus on Brawl Stars content. We'd also like to congratulate JK on reaching the 250,000 subscriber milestone! Watch JK's most popular recent upload - which broke a million views - below.
Last Month's Ranking: #3
Baxtrix [EN] spent much of the current period playing with 8-BIT, a Brawl Stars brawler released in August. Check out the video below for some 8-BIT gameplay that features a combo with Pam, or drop by his YouTube channel
for plenty more 8-BIT videos. In other news, Baxtrix reached the 400,000 subscriber milestone in mid-September. Congrats!
Tim Royale recently uploaded his 300th YouTube video. He began as a Clash Royale content creator before completely switching to Brawl Stars. Fun fact: Five of Tim's six uploads during the current period have broken one million views. Watch his most popular recent upload below - an entry in his "Funny Moments & Fails & Glitches" series.