Top Twitch Games for February 2014: “I Want to Be the Very Best” EditionMar 04 2014 · 3 comments · News
Update: Order adjusted based on correct data.
While League of Legends and Dota 2 continue to MOBAlize strong viewership, something called “TwitchPlaysPokemon” drove a massive, half-fanatical, half-bewildered crowd to the now “ledgendary” Pokémon Red. This isn’t the time to use that, Red. This isn’t the time to…you get the point.
Meanwhile, Titanfall debuted to a very strong broadcast and viewership numbers within a relatively small windows. Finally, Hearthstone appears to be here to stay in the Top 10, you could say “like a rock”. Disclaimer: No Murlocs were hurt in the writing of this blog. These jokes, gotta catch them all. I’ll let myself out.
As always, we sort this list by the overall number of minutes watched per game. This allows us to give you a more accurate view of the Twitch community, as it helps negate the influence of front page and other promotions.
|1||League of Legends||1||-|
|4||Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft||3||-1|
|5||Starcraft 2: Heart of the Swarm||4||-1|
|6||World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria||5||-1|
|8||Counter-Strike: Global Offensive||10||+2|
|9||Call of Duty: Ghosts||7||-2|
|12||Magic: The Gathering||12||-|
|14||World of Tanks||12||-2|
|20||Super Street Fighter IV||21||+1|