Best Call of Duty YouTube Channels in 2022

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Call of Duty has been one of the biggest games in the world for nearly two decades. Accordingly, over the years many Call of Duty content creators have come and gone across a huge variety of online platforms. If you're a Call of Duty player, you're probably interested in watching Call of Duty content, but unfortunately, there's so much content out there it can be hard to actually decide what to watch. So, in this article, we're going to list the very best Call of Duty YouTube Channels you can watch in 2022 (in no particular order).

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TheXclusiveAce

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ExclusiveAce has been a Call of Duty content creator for a long time, and his personal experience with the series goes back well over a decade to the glory days of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. He covers every major Call of Duty game alongside other major shooters of the time, though he doesn't force himself to cover games he personally doesn't like.

Ace makes a variety of Call of Duty content, but his major focus tends to be on the current state of the latest game and its meta, guides on how particular guns, attachments, or classes work, or in-depth explanations of features and strategies that may not yet be well known to the community.

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On top of all this, ExclusiveAce has made a name for himself by telling it how it is: He's known for giving his full, unadulterated take on every aspect of the Call of Duty world he covers, which often involves criticism, while simultaneously expressing his opinions in a completely professional, entirely non-toxic way, which can be rare in the Call of Duty community.

JGOD

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JGOD is another Call of Duty veteran who has been making Call of Duty content for years and has been playing the series for longer than even that. He covers every major Call of Duty game, regardless of his personal opinion on it, but is much more of a Warzone-focused channel today.

If you're a big Warzone player, there's probably no better content creator out there. JGOD compiles exhaustive tier lists of guns and attachments, critiques both casual and competitive gameplay, and talks a lot about strategy and how the game is best played in whatever state it's currently in.

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While JGOD does collaborate and play with professional Call of Duty players and is a high-skill player himself, he's not an esport professional, so if you're looking for the best possible tips and tricks for competitive Call of Duty League play, you might want to check out other creators in addition to JGOD.

BennyCentral

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BennyCentral is a former professional Call of Duty player and current presenter at Microsoft's 'Xbox On' YouTube Channel, but he's also a major Call of Duty content creator and has been for years. Like JGOD with a bit more of a professional esport bend, BennyCentral covers almost exclusively Warzone these days.

If you're looking to see high-kill games with deadly squads of professional or semi-professional players as well as a long series of tips, tricks, and ways to improve your own Warzone gameplay, BennyCentral is one of the best resources out there.

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Many professional Call of Duty players do have YouTube Channels, but it's often not their primary focus, and they usually don't have the time off-camera to produce comprehensive guides on how to play the game because they've got rigorous practice schedules and competitions to attend. BennyCentral is an entertainer and full-time content creator that doubles as a professional Call of Duty player, so his channel can be the best of both worlds.

Drift0r

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Drift0r is another long-time Call of Duty fan and content creator, but he's more of a gaming YouTuber or personality than the rest of the YouTubers on this list. You'll find all kinds of Call of Duty content on his channel, but you'll also find lots of other kinds of videos, some gaming-related and some not, on his channel as well.

As far as Call of Duty content goes, Drift0r makes content similar to ExclusiveAce and JGOD in that he goes in-depth on various guns, skills, attachments, builds, strategy, and much more. Unlike JGOD or BennyCentral, Drift0r covers Warzone but it's definitely not his main focus. Also, while Drift0r himself enjoys competition and is a fairly high-skill player himself, he's more of a player that plays for fun and is much less invested in the professional Call of Duty scene than channels like JGOD or BennyCentral.

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In terms of Drift0r's other content, you'll find lots of videos on other games Drift0r finds interesting, but he's primarily an FPS fan, so you can expect Battlefield content, Halo content, Apex content, and much more. Drift0r also tells personal stories, outlines his political positions, and talks about TV shows, movies, and filmmaking among other things.

FaZe Jev

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FaZe Jev is a FaZe Clan member, but he's not your typical FaZe Clan guy. Jev is a longtime Call of Duty player and full-time content creator and streamer, but he's not focused on sniper montages or insane high-kill games or teaming up with professionals to dominate every match.

Jev is a humble, laid-back guy who has a lot of Call of Duty experience and can drop nukes and pull off crazy plays when he wants to but who largely plays the game alone to grind out mastery camos, relax, and hang out with friends.

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So, watching a Jev video is a great way to get a sense of what it's actually like to play the latest Call of Duty: Are queues long? How much of a problem are cheaters, really? Is the meta broken? Is there a certain playlist you should avoid or check out? Are there random bugs unlocking certain attachments? If you don't care about being good at Call of Duty as much as you care about having a good time, watch Jev's videos.