Last Month's Ranking: New to list
Dendi's team didn't qualify for The International 2017, and soon after the team parted ways with two of its members. That said, Dendi was on hand to watch the finals as a spectator. Dendi streamed for 43 hours during the current period, though he hasn't logged any hours since the days preceding The International group stages.
#4: Sir Action Slacks
Last Week's Ranking: #4
Sir Action Slacks was hired to perform interviews at TI 2017. He gave a shout-out to #3 ranked Day, who had hosting duties at the event, and also livened things up with a surprise cosplay. Now that TI is over, Slacks is back to making more of his popular Dota Loregasm series on YouTube.
Last Month's Ranking: #8
Day's pulling double duty; this period, he also appeared in our ranking of the top 10 Hearthstone streamers. Day was hired to host the English-language stream at TI 2017. We think he did a great job, and he certainly put those learning sessions with Purge to great use! Check out the video below to watch him and Purge wind down after TI and play some casual games.
#2: Admiral Bulldog
Last Month's Ranking: #2
Admiral Bulldog's TI 2017 adventure was over before it started. He was invited by Valve to be a part of the English commentator/analyst crew, but he ran into visa troubles upon entry to the U.S. You can read his full explanation of the situation here.
Last Month's Ranking: #1
Admiral Bulldog's TI misadventures cost him a couple days of streams and YouTube uploads. As a result, SingSing's path to #1 was rather unchallenged.