The 5 Best Family-Friendly Streamers In 2023

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The 5 Best Family-Friendly Streamers In 2023

Are you someone that isn’t fond of streamers that swear in their streams? We’ve got you covered with our picks of the 5 best family-friendly streamers

Twitch is one of the world’s biggest platforms known for its gaming streams and communities. Besides gaming, there are a lot of other communities where streamers are known for streaming their particular creative skills. While most Twitch streamers swear and the viewers find it funny, there are a fraction of streamers that are wholesome and family-friendly. Here are our picks for the 5 best family-friendly streamers in 2023 that you will love.

Daytona “broxh_” Taputu 

The 5 Best Family-Friendly Streamers In 2023

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  • Age: 33 
  • Streaming Started: 2015
  • Followers: 1.7M
  • Content: Wood Carving

Daytona Taputu, better known as “broxh_” is a streamer from New Zealand. He is one of the most wholesome and family-friendly streamers on Twitch’s platform. He is known for his wood carving content that he streams to his viewers. He makes the streams an educational experience for his viewers who do not know anything about wood carving. His style of wood carving is known as the Maori art of whakairo, which stands for carving in wood, stone or bone for all to enjoy. He has carved a name for himself on Twitch’s platform along with the title of “The Bob Ross of Carving” with his exceptional wood carving skills that he shares with the world. 

Not only does Daytona stream wood carving to his viewers, but he also is an avid gamer that plays games sometimes such as World of Warcraft (WoW). He became well known for turning off his Twitch donation button because he felt bad taking money from people. He even tried to return the money he got from his viewers saying that he thinks they need it more than him.

His rank on Twitch soared overnight because of his humble, genuine and wholesome personality. It caused his followers count to skyrocket very quickly and he even got featured on Twitch’s feature page for New Zealand and Australia. 

Jordan “CaptainSparklez” Maron

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  • Age: 31 
  • Streaming Started: 2011
  • Followers: 2.1M
  • Content: Gaming
  • Games: Minecraft

Jordan Maron, better known as “CaptainSparklez” is an American Twitch Streamer and Youtuber. He is best known for his Minecraft-themed songs that he created back in the early to mid-2010s on his Youtube channel. He started his streaming career on Twitch after all the live streaming content from was migrated there in 2011 where he plays Minecraft alongside other games which he tries for the first time there. 

He is dubbed “The Godfather of Minecraft Song Parodies” because of his Minecraft song parodies which made him famous. His most famous Minecraft parody song and most viewed video ever is the song, “Revenge.” The song is a Minecraft-themed parody of Usher’s song “Dj Got Us Fallin’ In Love” which he uploaded to his Youtube channel in 2011. 

His Minecraft parody songs and gameplays along with his calm and wholesome personality is what makes him one of the best family-friendly streamers out there. He is genuinely humble and his content is really enjoyable because of being funny, PG-13 and entertaining for all.

Robert “Bob Ross” Ross

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  • Age: 52 
  • Streaming Started: 2015
  • Followers: 2.1M
  • Content: Art

Robert Norman Ross, better known as “Bob Ross” was an American self-taught painter and art instructor. He was also a television host who was best known for his instructional television program called “The Joy of Painting.” He died in 1995 at the young age of 52 because of his bad smoking habits. His smoking habits caused him to have several health issues, resulting in him developing lymphoma, which killed him. 

He is best known for being an aloof, funny and wholesome person who taught art to everyone through his television program. He used to explain his art process in the most simple and wholesome way possible to his viewers. He used terms such as “happy little accidents” when he made a mistake on his canvas and “let’s draw some happy little trees” when he was drawing landscapes on his canvas.

His television program was and still is so successful that Twitch streamed a 9-day-long marathon of his show during the launch of “Twitch Creative.” That rerun of the show was so popular, garnering 5.6M viewers on the stream that they decided to create a weekly rebroadcast of the show for everyone to watch every Monday.

Christopher “cnotbusch” Notbusch

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  • Age: 
  • Streaming Started: 2011
  • Followers: 103K
  • Content: 3D Sculpture Art

Christopher Notbusch, better known as “cnotbusch” is a traditional 3D sculpture artist. He is a self-taught traditional 3D sculpture artist who fell into doing commission work early on in his life. He did the commission work to earn some extra cash on the side which helped him pursue his passion for sculpting. In 2011, he discovered Twitch and decided to start live streaming his 3D sculpture-making process there under the gaming categories because no other categories existed at the time.

Doing this quickly earned him a lot of recognition and he became Twitch’s first non-gaming partner, dubbed as an “artist partner.” The community support combined with his commission work allowed him to become a full-time streamer and sculptor. He has built up a reputation for himself with his skilled work and wholesome personality and is continuing to grow on the platform every day. 

Nick “BrickinNick” Mora

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  • Streaming Started: 2016
  • Followers: 19.5K
  • Content: Lego Building

Nick Mora, better known as “BrickinNick” is a Canadian streamer and “brickfluencer” on the Twitch platform. He is a professional brick builder or LEGO builder, who streams his building videos on Twitch. He is passionate about brick building or LEGO building and he likes to share that knowledge with his viewers on his small Twitch channel.

His skills in brick builds or LEGO builds have allowed him to be a reality TV show winner. He was crowned the winner for Season 3 of LEGO Masters US which was broadcast on FOX or CTV. He, along with partner Stacey and others built a race car, a Jurassic World: Dominion piece and a replica of a real-life dog for the reality show, which earned them their victory. Now, he streams regularly to his Twitch viewers with new unique builds. He does time-lapses on his Youtube channel along with instructional streams on his Twitch. His amazing wholesome personality, vast knowledge, skills and passion for brick building or LEGO building has earned him the fame he has today. 


While normal streamers who swear and make lots of NSFW jokes are famous, some people just don’t vibe with that. Some people are simply looking for more chill and wholesome streamers who can entertain them. The streamers listed above are not only family-friendly streamers but they also produce unique and amazing quality content which is under-appreciated. So, if you are someone that is looking for such family-friendly and wholesome streamers, check out our picks for such streamers above and start watching their streams today because you will love them! 

The 5 Best Family-Friendly Streamers In 2023
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