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Video Victory: Top 10 Clash and Brawl Stars YouTubers (#19)

By Sida Li on October 16, 2020 at 5:47 PM ET


Image Credits: YouTube (background) / Lootcakes Inc. (character)


The race is on! Five of our top 10 creators took part in Supercell's Race To Gem Mountain challenge.


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Each month, Lootcakes ranks the top YouTubers in three popular Supercell mobile games (Brawl Stars, Clash of Clans, and Clash Royale) and highlights their notable recent content for your viewing pleasure. This edition covers the month ending 10/4. 


#10: Rey

Last Month's Ranking: #11 (Tie)
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Rey makes his third-ever appearance in our top 10, having just reached the 250k YouTube subscriber milestone. Congratulations! Rey is one of ten Brawl Stars creators taking part in Supercell's Race To Gem Mountain challenge. Watch below as he participates in the first week of challenges.



#8 (Tie): CryingMan

Last Month's Ranking: #5

Looking for high-level Brawl Stars gameplay? Drop by CryingMan's channel! This pro player for IX Gaming uploads gameplay from a variety of brawlers. Watch below as CryingMan takes on the daunting challenge of playing 1v3 with his subscribers, or check out this video to find out if he fared better at a 1v3 match against bots.



#8 (Tie): Judo Sloth


Judo Sloth frequently makes tweets in support of the Clash of Clans competitive scene. Recently we noticed him promoting the CoC World Championships, which will be concluding in November. Below you can watch Judo Sloth and fellow caster Woody provide commentary over a recent competitive match between Indian Clashers vs Tribe Gaming.



#5 (Tie): Clash of Time

Last Month's Ranking: #3

Clash of Time kicks off a group of three creators tied for the #5 rank. Among the trio, Clash of Time ranked in the middle in both new subscribers gained and video views. Below he compares how each Clash of Clans troop fares against a deadly defensive formation.



#5 (Tie): SirTagCR
Last Month's Ranking: #6 (Tie)

Like #10 ranked Rey, SirTag is a newly crowned member of the 250k YouTube subscriber club. Congratulations on the achievement! Tag's most popular recent video was uploaded just days after he reached 250k subs. See below as he breaks down his top five decks in Clash Royale.  



#5 (Tie): Chief Pat

Fun fact: Chief Pat is the only creator in our top 10 with more than two million YouTube subscribers. The closest to catching Pat is Orange Juice, who has 1.84 million (as of writing). Pat is one of our five ranked Brawl Stars creators taking part in Supercell's Race To Gem Mountain challenge. Watch below as he participates in the second week of challenges. Judging by the video title, luck was not on his side.



#4: Lex

Last Month's Ranking: #11 (Tie)
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Lex returns to our top 10 after a one-period absence! This time around, he amassed 4k more YouTube subscribers and one million more video views than the previous period. This Brawl Stars creator passed the 600k YouTube subscriber milestone in early October. Lex's most popular recent upload (found below) features a guest appearance from his daughter. 



#3: KairosTime
Last Month's Ranking: #6 (Tie)

KairosTime recently congratulated fellow Brawl Stars creator Lex on reaching the 600k YouTube subscriber milestone. Kairos isn't far off 600k himself; as of writing, he's nearly at 590k! In his recent video below, his wife joins and tries her luck at opening Mega Boxes.



#2: Beaker

Last Month's Ranking: #2

Beaker claims his usual spot as the highest-ranked Clash of Clans content creator. He recently moved houses and launched a merch store. Below Beaker discusses the new update and his moving process. Bonus: In the video, he's wearing a hoodie from his merch shop!



#1: Orange Juice


Orange Juice tops our rankings for the third consecutive period. Each period he dominated the competition, finishing first in both new YouTube subscribers and video views. In OJ's most popular recent upload (found below), he analyzes the reasons why the Clash Royale's new Electro Giant card is bad (in its current state).  



For a more detailed breakdown on the top content creators in this edition, take a look at the table below. Click the table to enlarge.



Scoring System:

Each edition, we begin by compiling a list of the top 20 Brawl Stars, Clash of Clans, and Clash Royale YouTubers (in the English language) based on their most-viewed new upload (during the current period) related to any of these games. To qualify, at least 75% of their videos in related games (during the current period) must contain self-created gameplay or game-related commentary (i.e. created directly by the YouTuber as opposed to clips sourced from third parties).

Creators from the above list are then awarded 0-100 points in each of two categories: (1) total views of their newly uploaded YouTube videos related to these games, and (2) new YouTube subscribers. The data from these categories is sourced from YouTube and Social Blade (socialblade.com). Points are calculated according to the following steps:

(1) 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 refers to creators who uploaded at least one related game video AND generated 100 or more subscribers during the current period. 'Active' in the New YouTube Views category refers to creators who uploaded at least one related game video during the current period. For example, if 18 of 20 creators are considered 'Active' in the New YouTube Subscribers category, then 90 points are available in that category (i.e. 18/20 = .9 x 100 = 90). 

(2) 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 (denominator). Continuing the example from (1), a creator with 100,000 New YouTube Subscribers out of 1,000,000 from all ranked creators on the list would receive 9 points in that category (i.e. 100,000/1,000,000 = .1 x 90 = 9).

(3) Points calculated from each category are then totaled to determine the creator's final score.


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