The most popular games on Twitch this week
AFP Relaxnews
October 17, 2020 at 7:03 pm
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Which games were the biggest hits on Twitch this week? Here are the latest figures for the last seven days on the streaming platform.

The top 5 most-watched games on Twitch

“Just Chatting” is back on top this week, while the top five shows a major reshuffle of its leading titles.

1 – “Just Chatting” reclaims the first position this week after gaining 12.9% while accumulating 45.5 million hours watched.
2 – “League of Legends” takes the second spot this week; with a 8.1% dip, LOL boasts 39 million of viewing hours.
3 – “Among Us” claims a tiny 0.7% progression and remains third. It accumulates 26.67 million hours watched on the platform.
4 – “Fortnite” adds up 2 million views to take the fourth position. The game reached 19 million hours watched and a 15.9% growth compared to last week.
5 – “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare” closes this week’s top five with less glorious results than previous weeks. It records a 15.3% dip in viewing hours and 15.3 million views.

The top 5 trending games on Twitch

“Baldur’s Gate 3” makes significant progress in the ranking this week, while Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War follows closely.

1 – “Just Chatting” can’t be overthrown for long. With over 5 million more hours watched compared to last week, the title reclaims its first position.
2 – “Baldur’s Gate 3” gains momentum this week with an additional 4 million hours watched compared to last week. (+ 283.2%)
3 – “Fortnite” ranks third with 15.9% views in seven days, for roughly 3.27 million hours watched.
4 – “Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout” adds over 2.10 million views this week (+84.8%).
5 – “Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War” cumulates 2 million hours watched (+4.195% compared with last week). It allows COD to be back in the top 5 Twitch trends this week. IB

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