Video Victory: Top 10 Dragon Ball Mobile Game YouTubers & Streamers (#1)
By Sida Li on March 26, 2019 at 1:40 PM ET
Image Credits: YouTube(background) / Lootcakes Inc. (character)
We're adding another Dragon Ball mobile game to the mix! Our rebooted monthly series will rank & profile the top content creators across not only Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle, but also Dragon Ball Legends. Our first-ever combined ranking features a tie for 1st place!
This edition covers the month ending 3/11. For details on our ranking system, please see the bottom of the article.
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Our countdown kicks off with RikuTheBest, a Dragon Ball Legends content creator who also dabbled in Jump Force during the current period. In Riku's most viewed recent upload, he discusses the Ultra Space Time Summon #10 banner and records some of his summonings. Watch it below to check out some sparking animations from the banner, and to find out what he pulled.
Havohei, a Dokkan Battle content creator, made the top 10 thanks in part to one recent upload that broke 125k views (triple that of his second most popular video). You can check out the video in question - the latest in his monthly global "Best Teams" series - below. This period, Havohei also shared this insane four LR multi-summon from a re-rolled account. We're jealous!
DBZ World recently broke the 50k subscriber milestone on YouTube. At his current pace, he should reach another milestone - 20 million total video views - in late spring or early summer. Unlike our other ranked creators, DBZ World doesn't commentate over his videos. Check out the video below to watch him summon on the Kid Goku Dokkan Festival banner.
In addition to creating Dragon Ball Legends content on YouTube and Twitch, KaggyFilms also works as a professional voice actor. Fun fact: He voiced Shallot in Dragon Ball Legends! Check out his Twitch stream here, or watch the video below to view part 50 of his Dragon Ball Legends series.
Ndukauba, a Dragon Ball Legends content creator, reached the 150k YouTube subscriber milestone during the current period. The first set of videos uploaded on his channel (way back in 2012) all featured PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale gameplay. Drop by Ndukauba's Twitch stream here, or check out one of his recent attempts to pull the new SSJ2 Teen Gohan.
D-Free uploads both Dragon Ball Legends and Dokkan Battle content to his YouTube channel. D-Free's most popular recent upload features two other creators on our list: #3 ranked Rhymestyle and #1 ranked Nanogenix! Watch their Dokkan Battle LR summoning attempts below. Who will have the best luck?
Tiger Uppercut Media primarily plays Dokkan Battle, although we occasionally notice him upload Dragon Ball Legends content as well. Tiger reached the 50k YouTube subscriber milestone during the current period. He also recently thanked #3 ranked Rhymestyle for promoting his Twitch stream with a raid. Drop by Tiger's stream here, or watch the video below to listen to him discuss the upcoming AGL Super Vegito EZA in Dokkan Battle.
Rhymestyle splits his time relatively evenly between Dragon Ball Legends and Dokkan Battle. He also dabbled in Jump Force during the current period. Rhymestyle recently shared on Instagram this hilarious photo that advertises his appearance at Dream Con in May. The pic gave us a good chuckle! Check out the video below to hear Rhymestyle's opinions on the state of Dragon Ball Legends and how the game can be improved.
DaTruthDT's primary focus is Dokkan Battle, though we do see an occasional Dragon Ball Legends video on his YouTube channel. Like #6 ranked Ndukauba, DaTruth also recently reached the 150k YouTube subscriber milestone. Congratulations to both of them! In an earlier March tweet, he commented on how much he enjoys the current era of Dokkan Battle. Watch the video below to see DaTruth review a batch of upcoming Dokkan Battle units, including a transforming Vegeta.
We've got a tie for 1st place! Nanogenix had the edge in new YouTube subscribers and Twitch followers, while DaTruth had the edge in new YouTube video and stream views. Like DaTruth, Nano primarily focuses on Dokkan Battle and uploads a handful of Dragon Ball Legends videos each month. Check out Nano's Twitch stream here, or watch the video below for the latest in his Dokkan Battle meme review series.
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 in the tracked games 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 and Dragon Ball Legends YouTubers (in the English language) since last edition based on the
views generated by their top Dokkan Battle or Legends 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 Dokkan Battle and Legends 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 in at least 1 of the tracked games during
the current period AND having generated 100 or more subscribers. 'Active'
in the New Twitch Followers category is defined as having streamed at least 1 of the
tracked games 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 at least 1 of the tracked games during the current period. For
example, if 90% of creators uploaded a YouTube video of at least 1 of the tracked games
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