League of Legends has reasserted itself as the preferred recreation on Twitch in March 2022, however not by a lot. Elden Ring hype remains to be going robust, whereas Valorant and Fortnite slowly catch as much as the falling GTA V.
Elden Ring was taking names on Twitch on the finish of February because the hit FromSoftware title dominated the airwaves. It was, for no brief period of time, the preferred recreation — breaking data left and proper.
That progress hasn’t slowed down actually in March 2022, however the previous heavyweights on the streaming platform are nonetheless knocking round on the helm.
After Misplaced Ark shot to the highest with its 146 million hours watched in February, League of Legends and GTA V stood robust into March.
The previous reclaimed its crown as the preferred recreation on Twitch with 138.5 hundreds of thousands hours watched — a 2.9% improve on the earlier month — based on SullyGnome.
Nevertheless, Elden Ring did overtake GTA V throughout the month, pipping the evergreen title 131.6 million hours to 127.9 million.
The massive information out of all of this, nevertheless, is the drastic falloff of Misplaced Ark. Touted because the MMO to doubtlessly topple World of Warcraft, the Amazon Video games title fell behind the Blizzard stalwart after struggling a 71.9% viewership drop to simply 41 million viewers.
World of Warcraft, spurred on by the current Shadowlands Race to World First over 18 days, climbed to 55.9 million hours watched for March. With the race now over, whether or not it could actually preserve its lead stays to be seen.
Different notable climbs embody Fortnite’s 18.9% increase to 72.8 million viewers — probably because of the introduction of no-build giving streamers a motive to return. Valorant additionally climbed 24% to 110 million viewers, led by former CS:GO professional Tarik ‘tarik’ Celik.
Simply Chatting remains to be the preferred class on Twitch, with its close to 260 million hours of watch time practically doubling League of Legends’ numbers for the month.
You could find the total high 10 checklist of Twitch video games for March 2022, primarily based on watch time, beneath.
Most watched Twitch video games in March 2022
- League of Legends — 138,562,317
- Elden Ring — 131,599,152
- Grand Theft Auto V — 127,932,833
- Valorant — 110,480,891
- Fortnite — 72,816,507
- Apex Legends — 68,136,245
- CS:GO — 55,974,322
- World of Warcraft — 55,904,658
- Misplaced Ark — 40,981,246
- Name of Obligation: Warzone — 38,630,398