At tonight’s QTCinderella’s Streamer Awards, Twitch streamer Kai Cenat was named Streamer of the Year. Cenat’s win at the second Streamer Awards follows the content creator’s most prosperous year to date.
Unquestionably, Cenat was the livestreaming content producer who most influenced 2022. In the first month of 2022, the streamer with the most concurrent subscribers overtook xQc. Recently, Cenat overtook Ludwig as the most subscribed-to channel on Twitch when, near the end of his 28-day subathon, he reached over 283,067 subscribers. In addition to his already intense streams in 2022, Kai Cenat hosted a number of high-profile guests. Celebrities and personalities including Ice Spice, 21 Savage, Drake, and others were featured in the Streamer of the Year. Given his historic year on Twitch and his nomination for Streamer of the Year alongside xQc, Jerma985, and Hasanabi, Cenat stood out as the undisputed favorite to win the event’s top prize.
When Cenat was named the Streamer of the Year, few people were shocked. Despite being unable to attend the ceremony in person, Cenat nevertheless had some words to say about his most recent success.
Cenat said in a pre-recorded message, “God, I did it again, you feel what I’m saying. I want go ahead and thank God first before anything, thank my family and friends, and thank anyone who helped me with this whole thing. I just want to say I appreciate anyone who cast me a vote.”
In addition, Cenat emphasized that despite his record-breaking streak, his meteoric climb on Twitch is far from over and that he still has plenty to come. During QTCinderella’s Streamer Awards, Cenat wasn’t the only notable winner; Aceu, TenZ, xQc, Hasanabi, and a number of other well-known and up-and-coming steamers also won in their respective categories.