Gaming remains one of the most dominant pillars of online entertainment, and nowhere is that more apparent than in YouTube’s 2020 statistics. According to YouTube Gaming head Ryan Wyatt, users of the video-sharing site watched 100 billion hours of gaming content on the platform this past year, double the number of hours watched in 2018. The company also published a blog post on Tuesday with a more in-depth rundown of 2020. Of that 100 billion figure, 10 billion of those hours were of YouTube Gaming live streams, a strong sign the Google-owned site is shaping up to be an even more formidable competitor to Amazon-owned Twitch. You all watched an impressive 100 billion hours of Gaming video content on the platform, with over 10B of those hours coming from live gaming streams. If you remember, that’s DOUBLED what we did in 2018 (50B+). Yes, Gaming on YouTube has doubled in size in just 2 years.— Ryan Wyatt (@Fwiz) December 8, 2020 Wyatt had some other interesting stats to share. For instance, Minecraft was the most-watched game on all of YouTube by a large margin, with more than 200 billion views of Minecraft live streams and uploaded video watched this year…. Read full this story
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