A computer project created by esports journalist John “Oddball” Popko showed that Melee God Juan “Hungrybox” DeBiedma has the highest vocabulary of all popular streamers.
Oddball recently made a video analyzing the speech and vocabulary of a handful of top streamers through the use of artificial intelligence and Python programming to determine how many different words a creator used during broadcasts. Hungrybox had the largest vocabulary of the bunch with 4,436 distinct words said, beating out the other streamers by a good margin. The streamer with the second-most different words used was Hasan “HasanAbi” Piker at 4,084. Other popular streamers Kaitlyn “Amouranth” Siragusa was at 2,623 words and Felix “xQc” Lengyel were at 3,725 for comparison.
Hungrybox’s most-said words included “Cody,” referring to fellow competitor Cody “iBDW” Schwab, along with “rest,” Jiggly’s signature move, and “tournament.”
apparently I have the highest vocabulary of all the main streamers?
we take those 😏 pic.twitter.com/L2WTI1GZag
— hungrybox 🏆🏆 (@LiquidHbox) August 30, 2022
Oddball said he downloaded “random, recent broadcasts” from the streamers in question, extracted the audio and then uploaded it onto the A.I. program. After sorting thousands of hours of streams, Oddball got some interesting results.
One of Matthew “Mizkif” Rinaudo’s most-said words on stream is currently “f***ing.” xQc, the biggest streamer on Twitch, said “wow,” “god,” and “bang.” Despite mainly playing League of Legends, Tyler “Tyler1” Steinkamp said 3,729 unique words, using “destroyed” and “bad” a lot. Ludwig, who has an English major, only had 3,460 unique words. Amouranth said “little,” “account,” and “sacrifice” a lot, apparently.