Streamers are using Twitch and other platforms to engage WFH audiences during the global pandemic.
Battle Royale, First-Person Shooter, and MOBA genres combined to decrease over 3% in hours watched since August 2020.
GMHikaru, Gyan Gaming, and Punz partnered with Auto Chess, Petronas, and Raid Shadow Legends for this week’s top sponsored streams.
Facebook Gaming reached 527K average monthly viewers in January 2021 setting an all-time high for the platform.
The CDL’s second season is already showing increased viewership YoY after the 2021 Opening Weekend.
Myth, LuluLuvely, and jakenbakeLIVE partnered with TurboTax, Aimlabs, and 7Eleven for unique campaigns.
This week, Stream Hatchet analyzed the growth of simulated racing viewership over the past six months. The genre has grown in popularity especially as a
The latest top ten live streaming categories were led by Just Chatting, League of Legends, and GTA V for the second consecutive week.
Trymacs and LevlUp led extremely successful sponsored streams with over 1.4M hours watched from two segments.
VALORANT popularity soared recently as the gaming community prepares for the next big esport out of Riot Games.
Just Chatting continues to reign over all other categories with League of Legends and GTA V rounding out the top three.
NICKMERCS was back on top of #Ads of the Week followed by Hiko and fellow FaZe Clan member Swagg.
The 2021 Call Of Duty League Kickoff Classic reached 107K peak viewers, an increase from the 2020 Launch Weekend peak of 105K viewers.
Esports events drove massive viewership while Rust surrendered the crown to Just Chatting.
TheGrefg led all sponsored segments followed by Swagg and negaoryx running creative campaigns on their channels.
YouTube secured 95% of the inauguration live stream viewers compared to Twitch’s 5%.
TimTheTatman shared 27% of viewers with NICKMERCS in December 2020 compared to 4% with loltyler1.
Rust holds on to first place but Just Chatting is close behind and League Of Legends esports begin their new season.
xQcOW and ROG led all sponsored segments last week while Squeezie and Maximilian_DOOD partnered with PlayStation Plus and Path Of Exile to secure the other spots.
Sky Blue FC was the most mentioned team in chat during the 2021 NWSL draft on Twitch.
Rust explodes with viewership for the second consecutive week to knock off Just Chatting as the most watched category.
TheGrefg reached 2.5M concurrent viewers on Twitch while streaming the reveal of his in-game Fortnite skin.
GMHikaru, imls, and AdinRoss led all sponsored streams with help from Audible, Summoners War, and Duelbits.
The OfflineTV server on Rust caused the game to reach it’s highest viewership in years.
PUBG Mobile and Garena Free Fire lead the way for mobile gaming as the category increases in popularity in the west.
Last week’s most watched games across Twitch, YouTube Gaming, and Facebook Gaming had some surprises. The viral Rust server shared by OfflineTV, Sodapoppin, xQcOW, and
Both shroud and NICKMERCS reached impressive viewership numbers from sponsored segments with Hot Pockets, G FUEL, and Twisted Tea.
NICKMERCS dominated the sponsored segments as Spellbreak also took home two of the top three spots.
Mentions of the term “simp” across Twitch chat doubled following its ban on the platform.
Six out of the top ten peak streams between December 7th – December 13th came from non-English channels.