A recent Stream Hatchet report showed that, on a weekly basis, people averaged 653 million hours of content viewed on Facebook Gaming, YouTube, and Twitch in 2021. Live-streaming overall grew by 21% year-over-year according to the report. Additionally, Twitch was the most-watched platform, making up almost 71% of live-stream views in 2021.
“What our latest report clearly shows is that video game live-streaming has managed to sustain a huge amount of the viewing numbers that the platforms picked up during the pandemic,” said Eduard Monsterrat, the CEO of Stream Hatchet.
Open world games generated the most viewership. Minecraft, Rust, and GTA V accumulated 4.28 billion viewership hours last year.
Shooter/Battle Royale games came in second. Fortnite, Garena Free Fire, Call of Duty: Warzone, and PUBG Mobile generated 1 billion hours of views.
(All information was provided by Gamesindustry.biz)
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