Live streaming continues to grow across most platforms in 2021, with both Twitch and Facebook Gaming showing around 45% year-over-year growth over 2020.
For Twitch, that growth sees the platform grow from 17 billion hours watched in 2020 to 24 billion hours in 2021. Facebook Gaming has indeed shown slightly more growth, with a growth rate of growth. 47% in the year after going from 3.6 billion to 5.3 billion hours watched, based on Rainmaker, StreamElements Analytics Partner.
Just Chatting was by far the most popular category on Twitch throughout 2021, bringing in a total of 3.1 billion hours watched. That’s 1 billion hours more than second place, Grand Theft Auto DRAWand 1.3 billion hours more than League of Legends in third place. Fortnite is the only other title to reach 1 billion hours watched, with VALUABLE broke through the top 5 with approximately 949 million hours watched.
Personally, xQc remains at the top of the Twitch ecosystem for the second year in a row with over 261 million hours of watch time throughout 2021. That total is up from 143.6 million hours in 2020 as the king retained the crown. mine.
The rest of the top 10 streamers in terms of hours watched in 2021 changed quite a bit compared to 2020, leaving only 6 names compared to the previous year. Gaules dropped from second to third, with oud_coringa taking second place behind xQc, while shroud returned to the list and both MontanaBlack88 and HasanAbi joined the ranks.
In addition to Twitch and Facebook Gaming, YouTube Gaming note The platform had 800 billion game-related views, over 90 million hours of live streaming, and over 250 million uploads in the first half of 2021, though year-end figures have yet to be released.
StreamElements also partnered with Flow chart to release detailed numbers on upcoming streaming platform Trovo, which saw a 715% increase in viewership in the third quarter of 2021, growing to 73 million hours watched and continuing to grow quarterly has not slowed since the beta of the platform launched in July 2020.
https://dotesports.com/streaming/news/twitch-facebook-gaming-show-45-viewership-jump-in-2021 Twitch, Facebook Gaming show a 45% increase in viewership in 2021
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