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Dokkan Battle's 4-year JPN anniversary celebration had YouTubers and players hyped!
Each month, Lootcakes ranks the top Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle YouTubers (and
streamers) by popularity, and highlights their notable recent content for
your viewing pleasure. This edition covers the period ending 2/11.
Fresh off holiday and New Year's celebrations - usually the year's biggest - top Dokkan Battle creators experienced another big month thanks to the JPN version's 4-year anniversary celebration. In fact, D-Free and the rest of our top 5 were close to matching their last period's new subscriber and video view haul. In other news, D-Free is closing in on 200k YouTube subs. At his current pace, he should reach this milestone around April. Check out the video below to watch D-Free showcase AGL EZA Broly, which just released on GLB.
#4 (Tie): Dmonty
Last Month's Ranking: #4
Dmonty conducted a Twitter poll last month to find out which YouTuber his fans would most like to see him collaborate with. Coincidentally, the four YouTubers in the poll happen to make up the rest of this period's top 5! Check out the video below to watch Dmonty attempt to pull LR SS4 Goku on JPN.
Fun fact: Rhymestyle has placed in the top 5 in every single edition of our Dokkan Battle rankings. In addition to Dokkan Battle, he also uploads content on Dragon Ball FighterZ, Dragon Ball Legends, and news about upcoming Dragon Ball games and animations. Check out the video below to watch Rhymestyle's most popular Dokkan Battle upload during the current period, which features his summons on the highly anticipated LR SS4 Goku banner.
Since finishing at the top of our rankings for two straight periods, DaTruthDT has spent the last two periods at #2. He and Nanogenix have been passing the crown back and forth for quite some time! We'd like to congratulate DaTruthDT on reaching 150k YouTube subscribers in February. At his current pace, he should come close to the 250k milestone by year's end. Watch below to see DaTruthDT discuss some of the new LRs arriving in the second part of the 4th anniversary celebration.
Nanogenix recently celebrated a YouTube milestone: His first video to reach 1 million views! He made a tweet about the occasion here. You can watch the aforementioned video here, or check out the video below to watch him discuss recent 4th anniversary celebration news from Dokkan Battle's official Twitter account. Wanna earn gift cards to buy extra Dragon Stones in Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle? Click here to join the Lootcakes beta with limited-time invite code BLDZ1!
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a more detailed breakdown on the top content creators in this edition,
take a look at the table below. Click the table to enlarge.
note, N/A means the creator did not broadcast a video for this game on
the applicable platform during the relevant period. Since any views they
did achieve were for other games, we chose not to count them here. A
dash (-) means the creator does not have an account on any relevant
platforms in the associated category.
edition, we begin by compiling a list of the top 20 Dragon Ball Z:
Dokkan Battle YouTubers (in the English language) since last edition based on the
views generated by their top Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle video upload
during the relevant period. The YouTube list is sourced from YouTube
search. Creators on the list are awarded 0-100 points in each of 4
categories: views of new Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle YouTube videos;
new YouTube subscribers; new Twitch followers; and new Twitch and
YouTube stream views. The data from the 4 categories is sourced from
YouTube and Social Blade (socialblade.com). Points are calculated according to the following steps:
For each category, total points available are calculated by multiplying
100 by a fraction: the total number of creators active on the relevant
platform (numerator) divided by the total number of creators on the list
(denominator). 'Active' in the New YouTube Subscribers category is
defined as having uploaded at least 1 video of the tracked game during
the current period AND having generated 100 or more subscribers. 'Active'
in the New Twitch Followers category is defined as having streamed the
tracked game on Twitch during the current period AND having generated 100 or more Twitch followers. 'Active'
in the New YouTube and Stream Views categories is defined as having
uploaded/streamed the tracked game during the current period. For
example, if 90% of creators uploaded a YouTube video of the tracked game
during the current period, then 90 points are available in the New
YouTube Video Views category.
Points awarded to a creator in each category are then calculated by
multiplying the results of step (1) by a fraction: the creator's
individual performance in that category (numerator) divided by the total
performance of all creators on the list in that category
(3) Points calculated from each of the 4 categories in step (2) are then totaled up to determine the creator's final score.