After dominating the Twitch viewership charts for months, League of Legends has finally been dethroned. This comes after Grand Theft Auto V overtook the popular MOBA game to become the second-most viewed channel on Twitch during the month of November.
According to data from Sullygnome, the cumulative viewership of League of Legends topped out at roughly 92.6 million hours. GTA V was able to easily beat this after registering 99.5 million hours of content watched.
Despite the success of GTA V, it was nowhere close to being the top category on Twitch. That honor belongs to the Just Chatting channel, which logged over 239.8 million hours of watched content. This is no surprise though since this category has been Twitch’s leader for quite some time.
Coming in fourth place on the list was CS:GO. VALORANT placed fifth last month. Other titles that cracked the top ten in November include Warzone, Overwatch 2, Minecraft, WoW, and Modern Warfare II.