Blizzard at gamescom: Live Streamers Announced!
The world’s biggest game convention is almost upon us! Blizzard will be in Cologne from August 22 to 26, showcasing our latest games, presenting awesome activities on stage, and streaming live from our booth. Those who can’t make it to gamescom in person will be able to join the excitement thanks to well-known streamers catching the action on the show floor, bringing you news and enjoying chats with the development team on site.
Check out our streamer line-up!
Stylosa from Unit Lost absolutely loves Overwatch. He's obsessed with taking the high ground and helping people become better gamers. As he often tells his viewers on YouTube and Twitch: rank doesn't matter—improving as a player does!
Kathleen Belsten, better known as Loserfruit, is a full-time streamer from Melbourne, Australia. She plays a lot of Overwatch and entertains the citizens of Fruitopia with her daily escapades.
Mark 'Valkia' Purdy is a full-time Overwatch streamer and YouTuber from the United Kingdom well known for his Pharah gameplay and tutorials. Valkia has been a content producer for more than two years and avid gamer for nearly two decades.
Emily 'QueenE' Krumlinde is best known for her love of strategy, Blizzard games, and pizza. She's a full-time Overwatch streamer with roots in competitive StarCraft II.
Brandon 'Seagull' Larned is a veteran of the first-person shooter genre and has been a popular Overwatch streamer since the game's beta phase. Well known for his skills with Genji and Pharah, Seagull excels in a DPS role and has participated in multiple tournaments on a professional level.
Jeffrey Shih, better known as TrumpSC, is a member of Tempo Storm with more than 750,000 subscribers on YouTube. He plays Hearthstone competitively and broadcasts insightful streams in which he tries to trump the competition.
Hafu got her start in gaming in competitive WoW Arena, winning multiple MLG and DreamHack tournaments. Now she's one of the biggest Hearthstone Arena streamers on Twitch, consistently placing high on the leaderboards while building an impressive community.
Thijs, also known in Hearthstone as ThijsNL, became the game's European champion twice, in both 2015 and 2016. Thijs is widely known for his innovative deckbuilding and analytical approach to the game. In addition to competing, Thijs streams more than 100 hours of Hearthstone a month to more than 300,000 followers on Twitch.
Daniel Märkisch, better known as C4mlann, is one of the biggest Hearthstone streamers in Germany. He has competed in many tournaments as a professional player, with high finishes. As a former university lecturer, C4mlann is known for his analytical approach as well as teaching and coaching the game live on stream.
With more than 250,000 subscribers on YouTube and 70,000 followers on Twitch Alex and Loz, better known as FatBossTV, are a go-to resource for raid tactics, strategies and discussions within the World of Warcraft community.
Simon Wiefels, better known as Ungespielt, is one of the biggest gaming personalities in Germany, with more than 2 million YouTube subscribers and 800,000 Twitch followers. Well known as a Minecraft Let's Player, he also loves to play World of Warcraft and is currently focusing on PvE content with his Death Knight tank.
Mamytwink & Zecharia
Mamytwink and Zecharia are the founders of one of the biggest World of Warcraft fan sites in France, and one of the country's biggest gaming YouTube channels with more than 600,000 subscribers. They're also famous for their Blizzard world records, and their collection of useless but invaluable World of Warcraft feats and content.
Artem Okorokov, better known as Chronosh, is the voice of xDlate Production, one of the biggest Russian-speaking YouTube channels that focuses on Blizzard lore. The xDlate team creates quality Russian voiceovers and YouTube videos, specializing in Diablo, Heroes of the Storm, and World of Warcraft, as well as other game and movie universes. The Russian WoW community best knows Chronosh as the author and narrator of the "History of the World of Warcraft," a series of WoW lore containing more than 40 chapters.
A high-level, fun-loving, competitive streamer whose unique playstyle and focus on carrying lets him bring a refreshing approach to the game.
MFPallytime strives to maintain a fun, positive gaming environment, where all are welcome, and has traveled all the way to gamescom from the USA to celebrate Heroes of the Storm with you!
Kendric is a die-hard Alliance fanboy who loves sharing his passion for Blizzard games with his audience. Supported by his loyal 'Royal Swissh Guard,' Kendric won't rest until all of his viewers—even Horde players—are having a good time.
Additionally bringing you live action, vloging and more from the show floor are:
Lowko is a video content creator on YouTube and Twitch. He delivers daily videos with a focus on StarCraft II, which he's been playing since the Wings of Liberty beta.
Winter has been playing StarCraft II since 2010. He casts Bronze League Heroes and has produced hours of insightful video guides to help players climb through the ranks with all three races. Winter makes it a nightly mission to share the latest commentary, insight, and dank memes with Twitch chat and the world. Whether he's competing at the top ranks or having fun in the arcade, Winter's mission is to love, live, and learn StarCraft II.
Our gamescom site will also be your source for a full schedule of stage activities, live streams, and more. Additional details about Blizzard at gamescom will be available soon, so stay tuned!