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TOP 15 Sexy Gamer Girls: Follow Them Right Now!

The time when intellectuals played Pac-Man in the basement and referred to themselves as “hardcore gamers” is long gone. Since the first video game was created 30 years ago, the number of gamers has undoubtedly increased to millions.

We have activated our controllers today and given them to the YouTuber women who are sweeping the gaming industry. We're showcasing some of the sexiest female gamers on YouTube. These women are picture-perfect: attractive faces, entertaining personalities, a touch of silliness, and a ton of skill and attitude when they turn on that console.

1. Sasha “Scarlett” Hostyn

Sasha “Scarlett” Hostyn

YouTube Channel Scarlett
Date of Birth December 1993 (age 29 years)
Country Canada
Total Earnings $406,391.18
Other Social Platforms Instagram, Twitter

Games Played


StarCraft (II)

Dota 2

In April 2011, Sasha Hostyn played her first game, StarCraft II. She started in a women's online league called the NESL Iron Lady, where she won two straight tournaments in the fall of 2011.

In March 2012, Scarlett won Playhem's “Sponsor Me!” competition. Online amateur players without a team or sponsor compete in the Tournament. She won the competition and received an all-expenses paid vacation for four to the IPL 4 in Las Vegas, where she excelled in the open qualifying rounds.

During the 2012 StarCraft II World Tournament Series Canada, Scarlett was present. She advanced to the Grand Finals by overcoming Drewbie, Ostojiy, and DdoRo in the winner's bracket. In the decisive series, Scarlett defeated Ostojiy to win Canada's championship. She earned a seed at the 2012 WCS North American Championship with a final record of 12-1.

The 2012 WCS North American Championship saw Scarlett win the winner's bracket again. She defeated ViBE twice after defeating Theognis and Mystik, HuK, and Insur to win the competition.

2. Chloe Lockley

Chloe Lockley

YouTube Channel Chloe Lockley
Date of Birth January 30, 1996 (age 27 years)
Country United Kingdom
Total Earnings $150,000.00
Other Social Platforms Instagram, Twitter
Games Played Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

A self-described tomboy, Chloe claims that playing online games sets her apart from most girls in the competition.

The Huddersfield-based student has more than 20,000 subscribers on Twitch's gaming-related social media platform gaming-related social media platform Twitch, and her partner is even a pro player.

Standing 5 feet 9 inches tall, she declares that her favorite models are Victoria's Secret angel Adriana Lima and Givenchy.

Her eyes, in her opinion, are her best feature, while the birthmark on her hip is said to be her worst.

Chloe works on her modeling profession when she isn't live streaming her preferred game, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, on Twitch. She competed in Britain's Next Top Model in 2017.

3. Katherine “Mystik” Gunn

Katherine “Mystik” Gunn

YouTube Channel Kat Mystik Gunn
Date of Birth April 20, 1988  (age 35)
Country United States
Total Earnings $122,550.00
Other Social Platforms Instagram, Twitter
Games Played Hearthstone

H1Z1: Just Survive


Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo

In 2010, Katherine Gunn participated in the Championship Gaming Series and emerged victorious in the second season of WCG Ultimate Gamer.

Gunn is the highest-paid female gamer and is included in the Guinness World Records 2016 Gamer's Edition. (Source 🙂 According to the book, Gunn has made $122,000 since 2007. Gunn's income has increased to over $160,000 since 200,7 when her profits from the 2007 and 2008 Championship Gaming Series are considered. This is because her compensation during the CGS was at least $30,000 annually.

4. Rumay “Hafu” Wang

Rumay “Hafu” Wang

YouTube Channel Hafu
Date of Birth April 18, 1991 (age 32)
Country United States
Total Earnings $85,066.67
Other Social Platforms Instagram, Twitter
Games Played Hearthstone

Teamfight Tactics

Bloodline Champions

World of WarCraft

Among Us.

After the 2007 player vs. player arena mode release, Wang treated World of WarCraft more seriously. She was unaware that professional video game playing existed at the time. Due to sponsorship, she was able to compete in Major League Gaming in 2008, as well as several other competitions in the years that followed. Hafu subsequently transferred to the PvP Bloodline Champions arena and, together with her colleagues MegaZero and Iverson, won the Dream HackSummer 2011 championship.

5. Kaitlyn Richelle

Kaitlyn Richelle

YouTube Channel Kaitlyn Richelle
Date of Birth April 5
Country Canada
Total Earnings $925
Other Social Platforms Instagram, Twitter
Games Played StarCraft (II)

Kaitlyn participated in Brood War as a Protoss throughout middle and high school. While helping to serve as a caster assistant at NASL Season 3, she was persuaded to start streaming StarCraft II by several people, notably Livinpink. She soon rose to the top of the list of streamers on, attaining position 30 before the end of the year, according to viewer hours.

6. Ricki Ortiz

Ricki Ortiz

YouTube Channel Ricki Ortiz
Date of Birth December 12, 1981 (age 41)
Country  America
Total Earnings $81,618.18
Other Social Platforms Instagram, Twitter
Games Played Marvel vs. Capcom 2

Street Fighter III: Third Strike

Capcom vs. SNK 2

Street Fighter IV

Street Fighter V

Ricki Ortiz has played street fighter since she was in middle school. She frequented the arcades in her community. At 16, her tutor, John Choi, persuaded her to attend her first Texas tournament. After graduating high school, she moved to New York to participate in more competitions.

7. Kim “Geguri” Se Yeon

Kim “Geguri” Se Yeon

YouTube Channel Geguri
Date of Birth June 26, 1999 (age 24)
Country South Korea
Total Earnings $72,798.68
Other Social Platforms Instagram, Twitter
Games Played Overwatch

Kim was renowned for the accuracy of her mouse movements. She displayed her talent in a watched studio in 2016 after having been accused by other experts of employing Aim help software. EHOME Spear later signed her. As a result of the ultimate breakup of this professional squad, Kim could not compete in the APEX tournament's first tier. She partnered with Dragons to become the first female player in the Overwatch League after a brief spell with Rox Orcas in 2018. She was also listed among Time's “Next Generation Leaders” for 2019.

8. Tina “TINARAES” Perez

Tina “TINARAES” Perez

YouTube Channel Tina Perez
Date of Birth November 13, 1996
Country United States
Total Earnings $66,215.20
Other Social Platform Instagram, Twitter
Games Played Fortnite

In October 2018, TINARAES was the first participant to join Gen. G's Fortnite Team. Later, this group adopted the name Gen.G Bumble Female Fortnite Team. She used the Los Angeles location of Gen.G, private chefs, coaching, and numerous additional resources to win $42,000 in September 2018, nearly a year later. She also won the TwitchCon 2019 competition. There has yet to be a Fortnite competition won by a woman since TINARAES's triumph.

9. Maureen “Alice” Gabriella

Maureen “Alice” Gabriella

YouTube Channel btralice
Date of Birth September 22, 2001
Country Indonesia
Total Earnings $57,400.00
Other Social Platform Instagram, Twitter
Games Played PUBG

BTR Alice is another name for Maureen Gabriella Stephany, an Indonesian professional PUBG Mobile player. Currently, she competes for Bigetron RA. She is a skilled and well-known participant in the game of Battle Royale.

10. Janet “xchocobars” Rose

Janet “xchocobars” Rose

YouTube Channel xChocoBars
Date of Birth November 5, 1994 (age 28)
Country Canada
Total Earnings $55,250.00
Other Social Platform Instagram, Twitter
Games Played League of Legends


Teamfight Tactics



Among Us

In November 2013, Rose started uploading videos on YouTube, and in May 2015, she started broadcasting live on Twitch. Rose was most recognized in her early years for her League of Legends and Fortnite gameplay and analysis. The Potato Army is the nickname for her supporters.

2018's $100,000 League of Legends esports fundraising event featured Rose as one of four captains. Along with Kaypea and LilyPichu, she also took part. Later in the year, Rose participated in IGN's Fortnite Streamer Showdown alongside NBA star Josh Hart.

Rose engaged in competitive esports as well. Rose won the 2019 Twitch Rivals League of Legends competition with team EZ Clap. ESPN invited her to the first Apex Legends EXP Pro-Am competition.

11. Mounira “GooseBreeder” Dobie

Mounira “GooseBreeder” Dobie



YouTube Channel GooseBreeder
Date of Birth December 8, 1995
Country Canada
Total Earnings $53,298
Other Social Platforms Instagram, Twitter
Games played Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

To start the day, Mounira likes to have a fruit and waffles smoothie. Dobie enjoys playing PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds on the PC in her spare time instead of CS: GO.

Dobie had a friend who played League of Legends with the same nickname. They accepted a dare, and for her professional life, Mounira went by GooseBreeder. Mounira's birth on a goose farm in Canada is an intriguing second tale.

12. Ksenia “vilga” Klyuenkova

Ksenia “vilga” Klyuenkova

YouTube Channel Vilga
Date of Birth August 3, 1991 (32 years)
Country Russia
Total  Earnings $54,976.07
Other Social Platforms Twitter
Games Played Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

Currently, Ksenia “Vilga” Klyuenkova competes with Galaxy Racer Female. The top-ranked Russian woman on the list was a gamer named Vilga. Like numerous other Russian female gamers, Vilga has discovered her place in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. She has eight times claimed a world champion title.

13. Benita “beNITA” Novshadian

Benita “beNITA” Novshadian

YouTube Channel Benita
Date of Birth December 7, 1992 (age 30)
Country United States
Total Earnings $53,189.96
Other Social Platforms Instagram, Twitter
Games Played Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

She started traveling alone when she was 15 years old. Eleven years later, she visited Canada, Mexico, France, Canada, Ukraine, Denmark, and Ukraine on her travels.

The exposure to a group of female competitors early in Novshadian's career motivated her to continue playing and “see what happens.” As a result, she traveled everywhere quickly, all across the planet.

14. Zainab “zAAz” Turkie

Zainab “zAAz” Turkie

YouTube Channel zAAz
Date of Birth June 7, 1991
Country Sweden
Total Earnings $50,996.28
Other Social Platforms Twitter, Instagram
Games Played Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

In 2005, zAAz started her professional playing career, representing groups like Les Seules and Fnatic Ladies. In a DreamHack Tournament of the A-tier, she took first place. She switched from ALTERNATE to Global Offensive.

She triumphed in the Intel Challenge Katowice with three separate teams three times in a row. She significantly improved with Team Secret, Bad Monkey Gaming, and Dynasty Gaming Female throughout the period. She has the same talent level as before and has won DreamHack Showdown three times.

At competitions in Europe and worldwide, zAAz represented Sweden as a member of Team Sweden.

15. Julia “juliano” Kiran

Julia “juliano” Kiran

YouTube Channel Juliano
Date of Birth November 4, 1993 (age 29)
Country Sweden
Total Earnings $49,229.08
Other Social Platforms Instagram, Twitter
Games Played Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

Her gaming alias is Juliano. She has gained a lot of notoriety for her efforts in different eSports organizations, including Bad Monkey Gaming and Team Secret.

She started playing CSGO professionally in March 2013. She initially became a member of Team Druidz.

In March 2016, she won the female competition at the Copenhagen Games. Her first competition with Team Secret was this one.

Final Thoughts

Even while plenty of female gamers—almost as many as male gamers—they often don't get equal attention as their male counterparts. It's unfortunate since gamer girls are powerful, strong women who should be praised for their gaming skills in addition to being attractive as hell!

Women frequently need to put in twice as much effort to achieve the same degree of success as males. This is also true in the gaming industry. We wanted people to understand that gamer girls are attractive not simply because they fit the stereotype of beauty (even when they do) but also because they don't hide who they are. If you identify as a gaming girl, you should be happy with who you are because you have a strong sense of self, are creative, and aren't afraid to laugh loud and have fun. So, to all the female gamers out there, keep doing you! We notice you and your attractiveness, and we salute it.