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Facebook Gaming & Twitch Viewership Increases While YouTube Gaming Is Down

A new industry report was recently released by Streamlabs and Stream Hatchet. In this research, it was revealed that the global amount of hours spent watching streaming platforms increased by 2.5% from Q1 to Q2 of this year (8.77 billion hours to 8.99 billion hours).

Twitch broke another company record this quarter for the amount of content watched. The organization reports 6.51 billion hours of content watched, which is up from 6.337 billion hours last quarter. The platform also experienced 27% growth year-over-year.

Facebook Gaming reported a 12% increase in viewership from Q1 to Q2 of 2021. The business said viewers watched 1.1 billion hours of Facebook Gaming content in this most recent quarter.

YouTube Gaming had a down quarter. The number of hours streamed on YouTube Gaming decreased by 5.5% from the previous quarter to 9.68 million hours viewed.

(All information was provided by Dot Esports)

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