What Movies Was Twitch In

As a technology enthusiast, I’m always fascinated by the intersection of technology and entertainment. Today, I want to dive into the world of movies and explore the question, “What movies was Twitch in?” For those unfamiliar, Twitch is a popular live streaming platform primarily focused on video games. However, Twitch streamers have also made their way into the world of movies, showcasing their talents beyond the virtual realm. Let’s take a closer look at some notable movies featuring Twitch streamers.

1. “Free Guy” (2021)

One of the most recent films to feature a Twitch streamer is “Free Guy” starring Ryan Reynolds. In this action-comedy, Reynolds plays the role of a non-player character in a video game who becomes self-aware. Among the various streamer cameos in the film, Twitch star “Ninja” (real name Tyler Blevins) appears as himself, showcasing his gaming skills and infectious personality. It was a delight to see Ninja bring his charm to the big screen and further bridge the gap between gaming and movies.

2. “Pokémon Detective Pikachu” (2019)

In this live-action adaptation of the beloved Pokémon franchise, Twitch streamer and professional Pokémon player “PokeaimMD” (real name Joey) made a cameo appearance. While his role may have been small, it was exciting to see a familiar face from the Twitch community in such a high-profile film. It goes to show the growing influence and recognition of Twitch streamers beyond their online platforms.

3. “Pixels” (2015)

“Pixels” is a sci-fi comedy film that brings classic video game characters to life. Among the numerous gaming personalities who made cameo appearances in the film, Twitch streamer “iJustine” (real name Justine Ezarik) had a small role. As someone who has been following iJustine’s content for years, it was thrilling to see her on the big screen alongside iconic video game characters like Pac-Man and Donkey Kong.

4. “Deadpool 2” (2018)

While not directly featuring a Twitch streamer, “Deadpool 2” deserves a mention due to its clever incorporation of popular culture references, including Twitch and streaming. In one scene, Deadpool (played by Ryan Reynolds) breaks the fourth wall and refers to his viewers as “Twitch streamers.” This meta-commentary showcases the influence and reach of the Twitch platform, even outside the realm of gaming.


The inclusion of Twitch streamers in movies is a testament to the growing impact of online content creation and streaming in today’s entertainment landscape. It’s an exciting time where individuals from the virtual world are getting opportunities to showcase their talents and personalities on the big screen. As the worlds of gaming and movies continue to collide, we can expect to see more Twitch streamers leaving their mark on the silver screen.