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Best Fortnite YouTube Channels You Should Subscribe to in 2020

By Chris Majot in Esports
| August 3, 2020 5:18 am PDT
Best Fortnite YouTube Channels You Should Subscribe to in 2020

Fortnite has emerged as one of the biggest esports in the world, which means it’s caught the attention of many YouTube content creators, both established and aspiring, as a potential way to get involved in the quickly growing esports market. With so many YouTube channels starting to create Fortnite content, it can be hard to tell which ones are truly worth subscribing to, so I’ve created a list of the best options available for your consideration.

Without further ado, let’s take a look at the best Fortnite YouTube channels you should subscribe to in 2020. 

1. Lachlan

Lachlan is an Australian Fortnite YouTuber and one of the most popular Fortnite content creators out there, with a subscriber base of over 12 million! The staple feature of a Lachlan video is his use of the Codename E.L.F. skin for his character. In fact, Lachlan uses the Codename E.L.F. skin so frequently that it has become synonymous with his name.

Every video Lachlan posts to his YouTube channel is filled with his upbeat personality, and the concepts of his videos vary greatly. One day, he may be trying out some of the latest changes to come to Fortnite, and the next, he could be challenging himself to win a match with interesting limitations on what he’s allowed to do. He’s even hosted a Fortnite fashion show with a $20,000 prize pool for participants. It’s great to see someone who has become as big as Lachlan giving back to his viewers while still managing to create an entertaining video out of the entire scenario.

2. LazarBeam

LazarBeam was already a big-name YouTuber before Fortnite, having amassed over a million subscribers prior to the game’s release, but once Fortnite released in September of 2017, LazarBeam’s channel saw explosive growth. By the end of 2019, he’d managed to acquire over 12 million subscribers, making him one of the most famous Fortnite players in the world.

On LazarBeam’s channel, you can expect Fortnite memes, challenges, and even ways to break the game. He’s well-known for giving his takes on new battle passes in Fortnite, purchasing the entire pass outright so he can use everything contained within. If you’ve been looking for a Fortnite YouTuber to give you a good laugh, LazarBeam is the guy to watch!

3. Myth

Myth, also known as TSM_Myth for his involvement with esports organization Team SoloMid as their Fortnite captain, is considered to be one of the best “builders” in professional Fortnite. His videos often feature competitive gameplay and his relaxed yet upbeat personality.

After watching Myth play, it becomes abundantly clear why he’s considered one of the best Fortnite players in the world, and his ability to build structures quickly and efficiently is unrivaled. Oftentimes, viewers will get the additional treat of other members of TSM joining Myth for his videos, giving them an unparalleled look into what the dynamics are between fellow esports organization members.

4. Mrfreshasian

If you’re looking for personality, mrfreshasian has exactly that, and a daily upload schedule, no less! He’s a highly competitive Fortnite player who saw his start in the oceanic scene, and his skills have attracted many other top-level Fortnite content creators for collaborations like LazarBeam, Lachlan, and Muselk. As a result, he’s been growing at an incredible speed, and his engagement rates have been very high going into 2020.

Many of his videos are in the vein of other content creators with challenges, collaborations, and other hilarious stunts, but his personality is one-of-a-kind. You should look into mrfreshasian if you want to watch someone like LazarBeam or Lachlan, but with a bit more of an energetic persona and competitive spirit.

5. Muselk

Finishing out my list is another Australian Fortnite YouTuber by the name of Muselk. Originally gaining fame for his commentary videos of Team Fortress 2, Muselk has recently found a new home in Fortnite. He still sometimes touches on Overwatch and Rainbow 6: Siege, but Fortnite appears to have emerged as his primary esport of choice for his videos now.

Many of his videos feature Fortnite challenges with limitations on his gameplay, but many times, you will see Muselk take it one step further with real-life limitations like blindfolding himself or letting his accuracy with a nerf gun determine the weapons he can use in his matches. Expect a load of personality packed into every video, and you may even see him joined by fellow Australian Fortnite YouTubers like Lachlan and LazarBeam every once in a while.

That’s it for my list of the best Fortnite YouTube channels in 2020, but our team covers a lot more than this when it comes to esports, and you can find that content in our esports section.



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