20 Gorgeous Gamers Who Put The Sizzle In Sidekick

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20 Gorgeous Gamers Who Put The Sizzle In Sidekick

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Gaming is a lucrative business, not only for the creators themselves, but also for those who play professionally or in front of a global audience through Youtube and Twitch. There is no doubt that the target audiences of video games are male, so there’s a massive market share you can own pandering to their gaze. Even E-Sports are employing these techniques to expand viewership. According to one of China’s most popular websites, 163.com, E-Sports hostesses are in extremely high demand, with Han Yi-ying signing a contract several years ago worth more than $2 million USD.

However, contrary to the belief that gaming is a male-dominated pursuit, there are many legitimate gamers gals who can cobber their competition and look great doing it. Aside for the ladies who just game on camera, there are some who take it to a pro-tier level. Of course, it certainly doesn’t hurt if they are also attractive, similar to female professional athletes.

Here are 20 stunning photographs of some of the most attractive and skillful gamer girls around the world who can destroy you with their tremendous abilities while looking fantastic. Afterall, who doesn’t need a player 2?

20. Tradechat

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As an online video game reviewer, TradeChat is one of the more popular gamer girls in the whole world. Who knew that unboxing video games could have such an audience. It certainly helps if you look great doing it. TradeChat fulfills that criteria and then some. Besides talking about her love for World of Warcraft, Danielle Mackey has starred on two separate television shows, King of the Nerds and The Tester. Since 2009, TradeChat has amassed over a thousand videos on her channel and has an amazing amount of dedicated followers. Having a nose ring and outrageous colored hair probably made her quite the memorable lady in the minds of geeky gamers from all reaches of the internet.

19. Tasha

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Attention everyone. The Korean Queen of Cosplayer is here. As the leader of Korea’s most popular all-female cosplay group named the Spiral Cats, Tasha, known by her real name Oh Go-eun, is one of the most recognizable cosplaying figures in South Korea and around the world. As a professional cosplaying ensemble, the Spiral Cats cosplayed as characters from gaming franchises of Blizzard, Riot, and Nexon, all the while getting paid for their hard work by the companies. I am pretty sure this satisfied her dream of working for Blizzard. Besides just being a hired gun for popular gaming developers, Tasha also found work as a host for an E-Sports show. Her cosplay of Starcraft‘s Zerg Queen is a sight to behold, but pretty much all of her work is worthy of praise and worship.

18. Olivia Munn

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The former Daily Show correspondent and host of Attack of the Show admitted that she would change her life around in order to feed her addiction for video games. She once gamed from Friday to Monday without leaving the house, reheating Thai food multiple times. That is dedication. It certainly helps when you look like her, as skipping several meetings in order to play Call of Duty would get a lesser person fired. Still, people question her dedication to everything geek. Some see her as an opportunist, while others love her to death. Whatever she is, this lovely half-Chinese starlet is the object of many gamers’ dreams — and it’s not hard to see why.

17. Rachel Quirico

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So, at sporting broadcasts, there is always female journalist who work along side of the play-by-play analysts. Rachel Quirico is journalists works along side other broadcasters giving a play-by-play analysis. Except! She does all of her work within the confines of air-conditioned auditoriums filled with anxious fans watching their favorite professional gamers duke it out at E-Sports. Her job includes hosting E-Sports events and interviewing professional players for Overwatch tournaments and ELEAGUE. Despite knowing her stuff, Rachel is easily mistaken for being just another pretty face. In addition to being a gaming reporter, she also enjoys such games like Starcraft 2 and League of Legends. Also, she was a former competitive Team Fortress 2 player.

16. Kat Gunn

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A professional gamer and cosplayer known as Mystik, Kat Gunn is a double threat in the geek world. Her family owned a comic book shop in Canoga Park. Thus, she also gained a liking for trading card games like Magic: The Gathering and the Pokémon Trading Card Game. When she got older, Kat would come into her own as a professional gamer. Kat won the second season of SyFy’s WCG Ultimate Gamer, and she is the top grossing female gamer according to the Guinness World Records in 2016. Currently, Kat streams on Twitch and is part of the professional gaming team called Team EnVyUs as their key content creator.

15. Linda Le

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Linda Le, known by her cosplaying name Vampy, is a professional cosplayer with a fantastic love for video games and anything nerdy. When she’s not traveling around the world attending conventions or performing photoshoots, Linda constantly posts on social media about her other passions in life such as metal music, anime, and building Gundam models. Indeed, she might sound like the most desired lady in the world right now, especially when you consider how stunning all of her cosplays are. She’s done a myriad of cosplay including some lovely portrays of Morrigan from Darkstalkers, Tifa Lockhart from Final Fantasy VII, and Juri from Street Fighter IV. Her favorite game is the Super Nintendo classic Earthbound. If you wonder if she ever dressed up as Ness, the answer is yes. And it looks spectacular.

14. Chloe Lockley-Middleton

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If Chloe Lockley-Middleton looks more like a model than a gamer, it is because she participated in Britain’s Next Top Model as a finalist as well as being a gaming enthusiast. But before you dismiss her prowess in-game, know that Chloe has over 20,000 followers on her Twitch channel and her boyfriend is a professional gamer. Standing at a height of 5’9”, Chloe has the prototypical body of a fashion model. In case that career falls through, she can definitely make a lot of fans through social media through her love of gaming. There are no shortage of ways Chloe could make a living promoting and talking about her passions.

13. Kim Shee Yoon “Eve”

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A professional gamer known for her beauty and skill, Kim Shee Yoon, also known as Eve, is finally retired from E-sports, but it wasn’t only her gaming ability that was newsworthy. Because she wasn’t performing as well as her teammates on the SlayerS, she was the subject of internet hatred with some ruthless netizens even Photoshopping her head onto unsavory photographs. Still, Eve was the first ever female Starcraft 2 professional gamer. Also, she has a lot of “firsts” on her resume. It is not easy being a professional gamer, especially for a woman in a male-dominated industry. Eve eventually retired during the summer of 2013, ending her brief professional career that saw her with the SlayerS and AZUBU teams.

12. Girls HK

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Sponsored by the tech giant Logitech in 2015, Girls HK is Hong Kong’s first all-female E-sports gaming team specializing in the game, League of Legends. Yet, they somehow look like a bunch of teenage idols, especially in their official press photograph. With E-sports being increasingly marketable in neighboring countries of gaming hotbed of South Korea, China and their protectorate of Hong Kong are investing in the establishment of females in the world of gaming. Thus, you can see Girls HK as the greatest mix of looks and talent, trying to draw a market for a booming industry. It is extremely difficult to find current information about the team, even on the internet. At least their formation led to the development of other all-female teams in the region, boding well for the sport.

11. Kim Ga-young “Aphrodite”

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With a look that rivals Korean pop idols, Kim Ga-young is an incredibly beautiful and excellent gamer to boot. Going by her nickname of Aphrodite, Ga-young is a professional Starcraft 2 player and formerly a member of MVP. She found notoriety for the female-only tournament Zowie Divina held in China and won the $5,000 champions prize. Even though she failed to qualify for the 2012 GSL Season 1 Code A, she won the NESL Iron Lady Champions Cup only a few days later. Currently, Aphrodite is ranked in the South Korean Grandmaster League and is one of only three females to earn a victory at a televised event in Korea. In a country filled with excellent gamers, she is probably one of the best professional gamers, female or otherwise, in the world.

10. Kaitlyn Richelle

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Living in Canada, Kaitlyn Richelle might be one of the most popular video game streamers in the world. Majoring in engineering with a minor in computer science, it is quite obvious that we are dealing with a lady with the utmost intellect. Besides just playing Starcraft 2 for an internet audience, Kaitlyn has been a winner of numerous matches in gaming tournaments. However, the thing that garnered her an inclusion on this list her career as a full-time gaming streamer and is considered as one of the most popular people on Twitch. If she continues to make this much income gaming on video, Kaitlyn might never need a day job ever again. Let’s all keep our fingers crossed.

9. Raychul Moore

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Raychul Moore is a woman who has video games in her blood. Not only is she a Youtuber, gamer, and cosplayer, but Raychul is also a gaming journalist at Gamepro and Editor-in-Chief Gamegirl, the sister website dedicated to the female gaming enthusiast. On her Youtube channel, she constantly speaks about her nerdy endeavors and showing off awesome gaming merchandise she just purchased. At the moment, she is an avid cosplayer, creating such gems as her pouting Super Mario of Super Mario Kart and an extremely jaw-dropping recreation of Street Fighter’s Cammy. Her video of her apartment, with stuffed animals of Super Mario characters and cabinets filled with video games, will definitely show you that this lady is for real.

8. Alodia Gosiengfiao

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Here is yet another pretty face of cosplay who also enjoys gaming. Along with her sister Ashley, who also shares the love of cosplay, Aloadia Gosiengfiao is the most famous cosplay figure in the Philippines, as well as most of Asia. It was a hobby that began when she was just 15 years-old and developed into a lucrative career. Alodia’s cosplaying skill allowed her to become noticed in Japan, where she was appointed as one of Animax’s ambassadors and a part of Danny Choo’s Culture Japan TV. Besides dressing up as numerous gaming-related characters in her career, she is a multi-talented woman who is also a host, singer, and amateur gamer when she is not winning cosplay competitions around the world.

7. Felicia Day

Almost approaching 40 years-old and a now a mommy, Felicia Day found her fame in the web series called The Guild as the character named Codex. The series was based on her life as an internet gamer and poked fun at the MMORPG community. Since then, Felicia has produced the Youtube channel, Geek & Sundry, creating the Dragon Age web series, as well as appearing on some of the most popular television shows such as Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Eureka, and Supernatural. She is a gamer who transformed her hobby into a legitimate career as a producer and actress. However, it is hard to ever forget about her performance as the extremely awkward Codex, which might be one of the most hilarious portrays of a gamer, ever.

6. Melonie Mac

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This lady definitely loves video games. Since 2009, Melonie Mac has created many Youtube videos about gaming and has over 100,000 followers on her Twitch channel. But don’t let her pretty face fool you into thinking that she is fishing for attention, Melodie is extremely well-spoken and immensely intelligence, speaking about issues such exploitation in video games. In 2010, Melonie worked at Ubisoft in their marketing and promotions department, beginning her career as a Frag Doll Cadette. Some of her favorite games include Heroes of the Storm, Resident Evil, and Tomb Raider. Besides gaming, she also enjoys anime and anything nerdy. Be sure to catch her broadcasts on her Youtube and Twitch.

5. SSSniperWolf

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With a name like SSSniperWolf, you can tell that this gamer girl is a major fan of the Metal Gear Solid franchise. Yet, ironically, she wowed the internet with her stunning cosplay of the Sniper Wolf-replacement, Quiet, which is sure to drop anybody’s jaw. Besides cosplaying on a limited basis, SSSniperWolf is a widely-popular internet starlet with many followers on her Youtube channel containing videos that number in the thousands. Though she is a fan of Grand Theft Auto and other shooters, her main expertise is Call of Duty. As someone who is a bona fide looker, being so dedicated to gaming is just a lovely optional extra.

4. Eefje Depoortere

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With looks and skill, it is hard to argue if anyone can hold a candle to Belgium’s own Eefje Depoortere. Honestly, she looks more like a model than an everyday gamer girl, but don’t look down on her gaming credibility — unless you want to be schooled by her. Sjokz began her career as a competitive gamer for her national team in the Eurocup for the classic FPS Unreal Tournament ’99. In fact, her gaming pseudonym was an homage of the Shockrifle, her favorite weapon in that game. Since then, she is one of the hosts for the European League Championship Series held in Germany. Currently, Sjokz is a part of several League of Legends shows like The Summoners Recap.

3. Jade Raymond

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Originally a programmer for Sony Online Entertainment, Jade Raymond worked her way up the developmental ladder. As a founder of EA’s Motive Studios and Ubisoft Toronto, this native Canadian is one of the most well-known and influential gaming designers in the world. She led the production of Assassin’s Creed and its sequel. The rest of her resume contains some of the most popular titles in the gaming world including The Sims Online and Watch Dogs, just to name a few. Jade is such a staple of the industry, it’s no surprise she has appeared to deliver awards and give talks at various events.

2. Han Yi-ying

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If there is any person who can rival the beauty and gaming ability as Aphrodite, it is the Chinese professional gamer named Han Yi-ying, a pro player for Warcraft 3 and Starcraft 2. She began her gaming career joining the first women team in China and champion of several prestigious tournaments such as WCG 2008 Samsung Electronics Cup Guangzhou Competition Area WCG Girl Warcraft Women’s Competition (that was a mouthful) and The Third IronLady International Women’s Invitational Tournament. Still all those accolades barely scratch the surface of her career. As an E-sports hostess, she won the prize for E-sports Host of the Year in China and Most Popular Commentator of League of Legends. Also, she is one of the highest paid gamers in all of Asia.

1. KayPeaLol

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Hailing from Canada, KaypeaLol is a popular gamer on Youtube and Twitch who releases almost several new videos every week and is an avid League of Legends player. Since beginning her online career in 2013, she now has over half-a-million subscribers on her Youtube. Known by her first name, Kelsie, she is also dating a fellow Twitch gamer named Lucas Larsen. Unsurprisingly, a lot of her subscribers are super jealous of that guy. Despite almost being 30 years-old, her career seems to be in its prime. There is a lot of gas left in the tank for this incredible video game player to blow us away.

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