The most popular games on Twitch this week
Which games were the biggest hits on Twitch this week? Here are the latest figures for the past seven days on the streaming platform.
Here are the top 5 most-watched streams/games on Twitch:
No major change in the most-watched games on the platform this week. “Just Chatting” remains on the podium, Fortnite is getting close, while Minecraft closes the top 5.
1 – “Just Chatting” remains on top this week. The number of hours watched grew by 3.3% to reach 54.25 million cumulated hours.
2 – “League of Legends” continues to spiral down with over 2.13 million streaming hours lost this week. In two weeks, the game lost around 5.5 million hours and recorded a total of 24 million streaming hours.
3- “World of Warcraft” sticks to its third position. After its quick climb last week, the game pursues its ascent at a slower pace to reach 22.1 million streaming hours. When will this rise end?
4 – “Fortnite” remains fourth and adds 3.89 millions of streaming time during the past seven days (+3.8%).
5 – “Minecraft” loses ground, recording a 1.6% dip, representing 282,717 hours lost during the first week of December. “Minecraft” nevertheless reaches 17 million streaming hours.
Here are the top 5 trending streams/games on Twitch:
“World of Warcraft” has been reigning over the Twitch trends for two weeks.
1 – “World of Warcraft” keeps its lead this week and continues to thrive, gaining 21.4% and 12.11 million additional streaming hours.
2 – “FIFA 21” lands second in the ranking. It mimics WoW with + 21.4% this week and around 2.54 million more streaming hours.
3 – “Call Of Duty: Warzone” takes third spot with 2.52 million more streaming hours in seven days, representing a 40.6% rise.
4 – “Just Chatting” is the fourth trending game this week. With a small rise of 3.3% and 1.75 million more hours this week.
5 – “Immortals Fenyx Rising” closes the ranking this week. It counts over 1.12 million streaming hours during the past seven days. IB