His journey in the gaming world began in 2015 when he started playing smartphone games like Clash of Clans. In 2018, he ventured into Garena Free Fire after noticing its rising popularity among his friends in India. Subsequently, he expanded his gaming repertoire to include computer games.
In addition to his YouTube success, Ajay has amassed a remarkable following on Instagram, with over 3 million loyal followers. Interestingly, he prefers to maintain anonymity on the internet and has never disclosed his true identity to his fans.
2. Techno gamerz – Ujjwal Chaurasia
Ujjwal Chaurasia, also known as Techno Gamerz, is an Indian YouTuber in New Delhi. He came to popularity in the gaming world due to his GTA V series. He is one of the finest Indian gaming YouTubers, with 24.2 million subscribers.
Ujjwal began his gaming career at an early age. As a child, he was a huge enthusiast of video games. Ujjwal’s first video game was “Snow Bros,” which he played at his brother’s house. As he grew older, he became interested in GTA: Vice City.
He was highly engaged in GTA: Vice City as he grew older. His attention was sparked by the thought of a player being able to do whatever he wanted in the game. Techno Gamerz’s efforts were rewarded on January 6, 2019, as his channel topped 100,000 subscribers.
3. A_s gaming – Sahil Rana
Sahil Rana, popularly known as AS Gaming, is a prominent Indian YouTuber, content creator, and avid player of the game Free Fire. This year, only a select few Indian gaming YouTubers have managed to surpass the impressive milestone of 12 million subscribers on their YouTube channels.
Although Sahil launched his YouTube channel in October 2016, it took him three years to upload his first video, titled "5 secret spots in Bermuda map," on the platform. However, 2020 proved to be a transformative year for this Indian YouTuber as his channel experienced significant growth. Currently, AS Gaming boasts a remarkable following of over 14.5 million subscribers. Sahil's Instagram account also enjoys substantial popularity, with 1.5 million followers.
4. Lokesh Gamer – Lokesh Raj
Lokesh Raj, known by his popular alias Lokesh Gamer, hails from Telangana, a state in southern India. Despite his young age, Lokesh has already garnered remarkable achievements as a Garena Free Fire player, YouTuber, and content creator.
Recognized by his friends and classmates as the "Diamond King," Lokesh's exceptional gaming skills have earned him this title within the gaming community.
In 2017, Lokesh established his YouTube channel, aptly named "LOKESH GAMER." However, it wasn't until April 7, 2019, that he uploaded his first video. Since then, his channel has flourished, accumulating an impressive subscriber count of 14.2 million.
With a current library of 939 videos, Lokesh has captivated millions of viewers, solidifying his status as one of the most prominent Indian gaming YouTubers.
5. Gyan Gaming – Ankit Sujan
Ankit Sujan, widely recognized as Gyan Gaming, is an esteemed Indian YouTube gamer specializing in Garena Free Fire. He owns and operates the YouTube gaming channel "Gyan Gaming," where he shares captivating content related to the game. Within the Free Fire community, Ankit adopts the in-game persona of Gyan Sujan. Collaborating with fellow gamers AS Gaming and Raistar, he has created and uploaded a diverse array of videos on the platform.
Ankit initiated his YouTube channel in 2017, amassing a substantial collection of over 2,200 videos. Initially, he produced content covering various games, but as the popularity of Garena Free Fire soared, he shifted his focus towards this particular game. Presently, Ankit's YouTube channel boasts an impressive subscriber count of 13.7 million, accompanied by a substantial following of nearly 1.5 million Instagram users.
6. Desi Gamers – Amit Sharma
Amit Sharma, popularly known as Amitbhai, is an Indian YouTuber hailing from West Bengal. He has gained widespread recognition through his YouTube channels, namely 'Desi Gamers' and 'Desi Army.' The former boasts an impressive subscriber count of 12.5 million, while the latter has amassed 3.43 million followers.
During the initial stages of his career, Amit focused on creating animated videos, one of which gained significant traction with over 2 million views. However, it is his exceptional performance in Garena Free Fire that has truly catapulted him to fame. Amitbhai has established himself as a renowned Free Fire player and is widely regarded as one of the most prominent content creators from Siliguri, West Bengal, India.
7. Mythpat – Mithilesh Patankar
Mithilesh Patankar, a streamer hailing from Mumbai and widely recognized as Mythpat, embarked on his career by creating cameo videos featuring educational content using popular games such as PUBG and GTA 5. Within the Indian gaming community, he has gained immense popularity, earning a reputation as one of the top Indian gaming YouTubers.
Mythpat has emerged as a prominent figure in the gaming industry, captivating millions of viewers across the country with his videos. Even if you aren't a gamer, his content is engaging and captivating. With over 1.3 million followers on Instagram, his popularity continues to soar. Notably, he has collaborated with industry legends like Ashish Chanchlani, Bhuvan Bam, Tanmay Bhat, CarryMinati, and numerous others, further solidifying his success in the field.
8. Carry is Live – Ajey Nagar(CarryMinati)
Ajey Nagar, popularly known as CarryMinati, is a renowned content creator and gamer hailing from Faridabad, India. His journey on YouTube began at the young age of eight, where he initially uploaded football skills videos and instructional content on his channel called "Stealth Fearzz."
Inspired by the YouTube channel "Leafyishere," which featured gameplay roast videos, Ajey adopted a similar style and rebranded his channel to CarryDeol. As his roast videos gained traction and popularity, he eventually renamed the channel to CarryMinati.
A pivotal moment in Ajey's career came when he released a roast video targeting Bhuvan Bam, which quickly went viral nationwide, resulting in a significant influx of new followers to his YouTube account.
Today, Ajey stands as one of the most prominent social media personalities, boasting an impressive 34.7 million subscribers on his primary channel, CarryMinati. At the young age of 19, he has achieved remarkable recognition, even earning a spot as one of Time Magazine's top ten Next Generation Leaders.
9. Dynamo Gaming – Aditya Sawant
Aditya Sawant, the visionary behind "Dynamo Gaming," is a prominent YouTuber, caster, and the leader of the Hydra Clan. Aditya's fascination with online gaming developed at an early stage in his life.
Utilizing the limited funds provided by his mother, he frequented computer cafes, immersing himself in gaming experiences. With some assistance from his father, he eventually built his own gaming setup, enabling him to delve into games such as GTA V, Dota 2, Battlefield 1, Battlefield 3, Battlefield 4, and Apex.
On his YouTube channel, Aditya primarily shares videos encompassing game hacks, reviews, gaming event updates, and unboxing content. Despite having fewer than 100 subscribers over a span of five years, his life took a drastic turn when PUBG was introduced in India.
The release of PUBG mobile became a turning point for him as his channel experienced an exponential surge in popularity, gaining immense support from viewers as he began streaming PUBG mobile gameplay.
10. Two Side Gamers – Ritik Jain and Jash Dhoka
Ritik Jain and Jash Dhoka, who are cousins, have collaborated to create a pioneering gaming channel in India called "Two Side Gamers." This channel holds the distinction of being the first in India to showcase real-time action from Garena's free-for-all gaming platform.
In August 2019, the dynamic duo represented India at the eSports Free Fire Champions Cup, a prestigious competition held by Garena Free Fire Asia, which took place in Jakarta, Indonesia. They continued their journey by participating in a similar event in Thailand the following year.
While Ritik and Jash initially played PUBG, they made a strategic shift to focus their gaming streams on Free Fire after its debut. This decision proved to be a success, as the Two Side Gamers channel garnered an impressive following of 10 million subscribers on YouTube and 1.4 million followers on Instagram.">