The Top 5 Dota 2 Streamers To Watch In 2023

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The Top 5 Dota 2 Streamers To Watch In 2023

Are you on the hunt for skillful Dota 2 streamers to watch? You’re at the right place because we have picked the top 5 Dota 2 streamers for you to watch

Twitch is the world’s leading platform for gaming streams and communities where streamers host gameplay streams of their favorite games. The platform hosts a myriad of gameplay streams because the selection of games on the internet is endless. One of the most popular and trending games on Twitch right now is Dota 2. Dota 2 is one of the most played multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) games out on Steam. It is one of the deepest Real-Time Strategy (RTS) multiplayer games out there as well. So, here are our picks for the top 5 Dota 2 streamers that you can watch.

Oleg “Stray228” Bocharov 

The Top 5 Dota 2 Streamers To Watch In 2023

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  • Age: 30
  • Streaming Started: N/A
  • Followers: 1.5M 

Oleg “Stray228” Bocharov is a Russian stream that solely plays the game, Dota 2. At present, he is streaming Dota 2 gameplay on his Twitch channel every day. He also has played other games in the past, but they were on very rare occasions and they didn’t go on too long because his viewers are always there to watch him play Dota 2. He is an entertaining streamer because he talks a lot on his streams in a funny way and interacts with other players along with his viewers which has made his viewers dub him as a “hilarious showman.”

Besides all of that, he plays Dota 2 with exceptional gaming skills which makes him even more enjoyable to watch. His current Matchmaking-Rank (MMR) in the game is 8K and he is aiming to reach 9K MMR by the end of the year. He explains his thought process of how he advances in the game throughout his gameplay which allows viewers to understand his actions. This also allows his viewers to learn how to play Dota 2 like him and that has made him one of the most viewed and top Dota 2 streamers out there. 

Danil “Dendi” Ishutin 


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  • Age: 33
  • Streaming Started: 2020
  • Followers: 1M 

Danil Ishutin, better known as Dendi is a Ukrainian streamer and professional competitive e-sports player. He is currently playing Dota 2 professionally on his own e-sports organization named “B8 Esports” since 2020. The organization or team currently has 3 active members including Dendi himself. He is best known for his former amazing gameplays in the 2010s during which he played for the team Na’Vi or Natus Vincere. 

During his time with Na’Vi, Dendi won The International 2011, which boosted his reputation greatly. He rapidly rose in the ranks after continuing to win many tournaments at The International 2012. Na’Vi made it to the grand finals in The International 2023 with Dendi playing but they eventually lost to Alliance. Dendi then decided to part ways with the e-sports team Na’Vi in 2018 and formed his own e-sports organization named “B8 esports” in 2020. Dendi is now a streamer on his Twitch channel where streams from time to time doing casual and tournament gameplays of Dota 2. 

Henrik “AdmiralBulldog” Ahnberg

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  • Age: 32
  • Streaming Started: 2016
  • Followers: 785K followers

Henrik Ahnberg, best known as “AdmiralBulldog” is a Swedish former professional competitive e-sports player. He is currently a full-time streamer on Twitch where he plays Dota 2. During his e-sports days, he used to play for the team, Alliance. When playing for Alliance, he won the International 2013 with Alliance against Na’Vi or Natus Vincere where now fellow streamer, Danil Ishtun or “Dendi” was playing. 

He was introduced to the professional gaming scene by Dendi as well when they were playing together at an event. He left Alliance in 2016 and started his streaming journey on Twitch right after his exit from the e-sports scene. He was even invited to be an analyst at both The Internation 2017 and 2018, but he failed to secure his visa to visit the events on time. He is best known for his funny personality and fantastic gameplay skills. Now, he streams on Twitch almost regularly to his viewers where he plays Dota 2. 

Wehsing “singsing” Yuen


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  • Age: 32
  • Streaming Started: 2010
  • Followers: 638K followers 

Wehsing Yuen, better known as “singsing” is a Dutch former professional competitive e-sports player and present Twitch streamer from the Netherlands. He is known as one of the most popular Dota 2 players and streamers out there. For most of his professional e-sports career, he played for the e-sports team known as Kaipi. He announced his retirement from the e-sports scene during an interview officially in 2016. 

He has been streaming full-time ever since 2016 for Cloud9 after striking a partnership with them in January of the same year. and he is still one of the most-watched Dota 2 players out there. He is best known for his troll-like personality and for his use of his famous catchphrases which the Dota 2 community has embraced wholeheartedly. One of his most famous catchphrases to this day is “Ravage is ready”, which he uses to signify that his burrow strike is ready in the game. His unique playstyles and builds have also led him to his greatly famous reputation in the Dota 2 community today. 

Janne “Gorgc” Stefanovski

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  • Age: 29
  • Streaming Started: 2017
  • Followers: 663K followers 

Janne Stefanovski, better known as “Gorgc” is a Swedish professional competitive e-sports player and Twitch streamer. He currently plays for the e-sports team, “Team Bald Reborn” alongside being a streamer for the team, “OGesports.” He began his professional e-sports career in 2015 and is active to this date.

He started streaming on Twitch in 2017 and quickly rose in the ranks because of his notably amazing Dota 2 gameplay skills. Not only did he become one of the most popular Dota 2 figures because of his notable gaming skills, but he also earned his reputation because of the interactive personality that he displays in his daily streams on Twitch. He was also the first Dota 2 player to ever reach 10,000 Matchmaking-Rating (MMR) in Dota 2. He is currently the highest-ranking Dota 2 player in Europe (EU). He is one of the best, if not the best Dota 2 player that we’ve seen in this decade so far. Now, he is a full-time e-sports player and also streams daily on his Twitch. 


In the past 4 years, Dota 2 has been painfully treading the path to its ultimate impending doom. It is currently a dying game but streamers such as the ones mentioned above are keeping the game alive thus far and allowing their viewers to enjoy how much of an amazing game it truly is. Whether you’re looking to enhance your Dota 2 gaming skills or you just want to enjoy Dota 2 gameplay streams, our top 5 picks for Dota 2 streamers are perfect for you to watch. So, don’t wait any longer and start watching the top 5 Dota 2 streamers in 2023 today!

The Top 5 Dota 2 Streamers To Watch In 2023
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