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Last Month's Ranking: #12
Kolento's been extremely active on the competitive front. In late December, he placed 9th - 16th at the Hearthstone All-Star Invitational 2017. In January, he competed in the coveted HCT World Championship in Amsterdam, which concludes on the 21st. Sadly, he was unable to make it out of the group stage, and finished 13th - 16th.
Last Month's Ranking: #13
This edition marks Day's first Hearthstone ranked appearance in five periods. These days, Day allocates most of his on-air time to Hearthstone, StarCraft, Dota 2, and an assortment of indie games.
#6: Brian Kibler
Last Month's Ranking: #6
As of writing, Brian Kibler and co-caster Frodan are working their casting magic at the HCT World Championship, which concludes on January 21st. Kibler's HCT commitments will likely result in a nearly two-week absence from Twitch, but you can still drop by his YouTube channel for daily uploads.
Last Month's Ranking: #2
Kripparrian fell to #3 after a period of abnormally low gains in YouTube subscribers. He achieved a monumental milestone in January: 20,000 Arena wins on one account! Click here to read some of the other associated stats he compiled in the account. Kripp is the only ranked streamer nominated for a Shorty Award in the Twitch Streamer category.
#1: Disguised Toast
Last Month's Ranking: #1
Disguised Toast tops the rankings for the third straight period. In 2017, he ranked in the top 10 in Twitch viewer hours. In December and January, Toast has shifted his YouTube focus to his second channel, which was created on Nov 13, 2017 (as of writing, the last upload on his main channel occurred back on Dec 14th). Toast's second channel has amassed nearly 150k subscribers in its first two months of existence