My Favourite Content Creators:
Here’s a list of content creators, IRL streamers from Twitch, YouTube, and Twitter, that I enjoy watching or interacting with during my free time. I’ve added links to their channels and social media platforms for ease of use.
If you’ve been added to this list and want to be removed or information amended, please contact me, and I will remove/amend it immediately.
I have created this list in a bid to help promote you.
“It’s ya’ boy!” Asmon doesn’t do many gold-making guides these days but does provide plenty of World of Warcraft content. He is currently providing Shadowlands Alpha and BETA content during World of Warcraft – Shadowlands testing.
In many of Asmon’s streams, he does a lot of raiding, mount collecting, and obtaining unearned achievements. Don’t forget to check out his Transmog and mount competitions.
A very dramatic streamer and puts his heart into his streams. He has some excellent gold-making guides and is an absolute wizard with MSpaint when explaining himself regarding TSM sources.
I’ve heard on the grapevine that
he’s also a dab-hand at the Saxophone – BroFist!
Provides class guides and news within World of Warcraft.
Don’t be confused by the name; he’s not buying! If you’ve checked Youtube for gold-making guides in the past, there’s an excellent chance you’ve already come across ryanaeckles.
He’s a prominent content creator within the gold-making community, offering loads of content to help others increase their gold-making potential.
A very informative streamer!
Samadan has some of the best Tradeskillmaster guides and streams a lot of gold-making content. When Samadan first started streaming, I think it’s fair to say he was learning gold-making on the job – but he did a great job of it.
He’s been that successful; he’s progressed with a position at Wowhead, covering their gold-making section. Wowhead Economy Weekly Wrap-up!
Samadan is a very chill-out person who will happily walk you through any issues you may be experiencing and answer your questions when asked in his stream.
Gumdrops is the support & community manager at TradeSkillMaster and a moderator at the World of Warcraft economy subreddit: WoWEconomy.
This guy has so much going on; I’m amazed at how well he’s able to juggle everything.
He usually streams gold-making content and Q&As regarding the TSMaddon.
I found PechtheFarmer when I first got into multi-boxing, as I was intrigued by farming, collecting Transmog, etc.
He’s a multi-box streamer that farms a lot of content with his 5-man and 8-man groups. He does a lot of farming and giveaways in his chat.
Due to the recent changes to World of Warcraft’s ToS regarding Multi-boxing and Input Broadcasting, I believe Pech is one of the significant casualties from these changes.
Sheyrah is undoubtedly the wealthiest World of Warcraft player within the gold-making community. She’s played an integral part, giving so much to us all with her TSM profile over the years.
Sadly, I think she’s taken a break, but hopefully, she will return soon.
It’s fair to say; every player that uses the TSMaddon, has some aspect of her profile in their profile – that’s how integral she is to the gold-making community!
Hikons is an incredible gold-maker with an abundance of experience. He plays on multiple servers and has 360m liquid gold! How this guy hasn’t got more subscribers/followers is beyond me.
But as time goes by, I’m sure this will change as his popularity increases.
I found BregVids when I was scouring Youtube for things to watch, and his channel came up on my recommendations; I think it was something to do with leveling Guild Banks to level 25; This level 25 Guild Banks was a niche market at the end of the expansion: Cataclysm.
At this time, level 25 Guild Banks were in high demand (especially ones with eight tabs). I was purchasing them instead of leveling them, investing my gold before the subsequent inflation.
BregVids, has some excellent Gold-Making guides with Professions, Gold Cap challenges, TSMaddon Guides, and much more. Check him out!
Swifty is without a doubt highly recognizable for his Warrior‘One Shot’ macro. An avid PvP’er who scaled the mighty heights of Grand Marshal during Vanilla WoW.
He must’ve done something special to receive an NPC in his name within Ashran!
He was a prevalent streamer during Vanilla WoW but doing great things on Twitch. Awesome streamer, with excellent giveaways (as I can confirm) and some quality IRL streams to boot (especially if you like visits to theme parks, Universal, Florida)
This guy has the most extensive TCG Mount and TCG Battle Pet inventory on E.U. and possibly in WoW. He operates on many realms (perhaps every realm) and has over 1 billion liquid gold.
The weekend before the release of Shadowlands Pre-patch, he did a 10x Longboi giveaway during his 10-hour charity stream.
Well played Magicuz!
Meraki enjoys playing games oriented towards Roleplay (RP) and gold-making in World of Warcraft. She also has a blog Merakis Method, to help others begin their RP and gold-making journeys.
She also enjoys streaming content from Sims 4.
Due to work and family commitments, Pete doesn’t play as much as he used to but has some excellent Battle Pet guides on YouTube. I found Pete on Twitch, on the cusp of the release of the expansion: Legion. It was here, where I first shared my success flipping Legion BoEs.
Check out his Squirt Battle Pet guides if you’re in preparation for doing the special menagerie event. I’ve spent some great times on his Twitch streams, especially the poor attempt at clearing classic Karazhan while drunk.
Sadly/thankfully, the VoD was deleted, but the encounter with Echo of Medivh (Chess Event) didn’t go off too smoothly; more to the point, we kept wiping and gave up!
If you don’t know who Belluar is, then you’re missing out. He was once a gold-maker but turned his charm/ability into a full-time content creator sharing news and updates regarding World of Warcraft.
Belluar is now branching out, covering news and updates within other games and genres. Check out his other channels too!
Multiboxoligy creates guides and tutorials regarding IsBoxer (aka Joe Multiboxer). A must-watch if you’re considering getting into multi-boxing.
I’ve only discovered this content creator myself, but what an excellent YouTube channel.
If you need addons and are uncertain about which one is right for you, check out Arcane Intellect. He has a wealth of videos explaining in great detail the pros and cons of our beloved addons within World of Warcraft.
JessiDee recently hit 100m gold and rising, she shares her journey through her Twitter handle.
I’ve only recently started seeing Kubba on my Twitter feed, but for an excellent reason.
He plays on multiple realms and currently has a goal of reaching 100m on one server; he was presently on 79m when I last checked.
Check him out, an unbelievable amount of gold at his disposal!
Billy (aka RethRethReth) is an absolute machine when it comes to flipping Battle Pets.
He’s another one of the good guys on Twitter and within the World of Warcraft gold-making subreddit: WoWeconomy.
He is very interactive with other players, always answering questions to help other players reach their own gold-making goals.
Moderates in most gold-making Twitch streams (importantly, Sheyrah’s stream). Arguably the best Twitch moderatorEU. Occasionally tweets gold-making content.
However, I believe Rosheen no longer plays WoW, which is a shame!
Bilis is without a doubt the Godfather when it comes to creating custom TSM Price Sources. He played an integral part in helping out with Sheyrah’s TSM profiles in the past.
You can still find Bilis answering price source questions within the WoWeconomy subreddit.
If you need a complete TSM Profile, be sure to check out his Tier 2 Patreon. He also has a Discord channel for Patreons that need help.
Sequisha occasionally plays World of Warcraft but mostly plays Escape from Tarkov (EFT), Rust & DayZ. He loves memes and interacting with chat – and is an excellent streamer and musician!
Smoke mainly plays DayZ and Escape from Tarkov.
He’s an excellent chilled-out streamer with an insane ability playing first-person shooters (you could argue he’s Shrouds long lost brother). He also used to play CS:GO competitively.
Check out his ‘Battle Buddies‘ videos on Youtube, where he joins up with random players in-game. The gameplay is so immersive!
“Without further ado, let’s crack straight into it!” Another Escape from Tarkov streamer. Recently had a huge success raising a lot of money (1.1m A$) for Starlight Children’s Foundation Australia.
Also one of the significant contributors to the guides and tutorials on offer for Escape from Tarkov!
Aka Eugene: Prune Gang member within NoPixel‘s Grand Theft Auto VRP server. Don’t ask him if he uses a voice changer, eek!
I believe Vader now streams on Facebook.
He essentially streams games from the simulation category. It was thanks to Squirrel that I purchased Cities Skylines.
He currently streams Microsoft Flight Sim and Euro Truck sim too. He has an excellent setup up too, check out his YouTube channel for his tour; it’s incredible!
Alternatively known as Daniel, he is my little (not so much now) Nephew. He’s just begun his journey into streaming on Twitch and YouTube.
He mainly plays Fortnite.
If you enjoy seeing how the rich and famous live their lives, check out ProducerMichael as he takes us around L.A (Beverley Hills, Rodeo Dr., etc.) to view some of the enormous mansions money can buy.
This YouTube channel is for you if you love cars (Rolls Royce, Ferrari, etc.), high-end watches, and jewelry!
Micheal also creates giveaways, be sure to keep your eyes peeled for future competitions; you gotta be “In it to win it!”
Cameraman: Adam Swords:
Harald is a Vlogger that records his travels around the World, sharing his wealth with those in need and even haggling when there’s no need; you could say he’s a ‘progressiveVlogger‘ Evil grin!
His YouTube playlist traveling through America and the far-east are worth a watch!
Harald also creates giveaways in a bid to raise funds for charities.
When I added Harald to this list, it was impossible not to add Bald.
Another great Vlogger shares his journey around the World, mainly traveling through Russia. The looks he gets from locals when he speaks fluent Russian.
Harald and Bald have some great collaborations on Youtube, especially when they traveled to India, America, and Mexico!
ActionKid predominately travels around his home city, New York, he has vast knowledge, and it practically feels like you’re on tour!
You can also find him venturing elsewhere, most notably when he recorded his recent visit to Taiwan. If you’re fascinated by the lure of “The City that never sleeps” be sure to check out ActionKid on YouTube.
Gearsart has done a lot of artwork for some of the biggest streamers on Twitch.
He’s a very chillout streamer that has an incredible ability to draw. He often talks through his ideas and offers viewers advice when approached in chat.
_Windex_ is my eldest daughter, Isabella. She has just begun her second year in Art, Design & Media at college. She also designed my artwork for my blog and social media platforms.
She has only just started creating her art digitally and slowly but surely is quickly adapting from paper to touch screen/stylus.
Her main style is Anime, as you can see via her collection on Instagram. I’m hoping she promptly adds more of her work, as it’s fantastic!
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