League of Legends finally pierced WoWa, Fortnite and returned to its place.
League of Legends returns to the top, breaking through World of Warcraft. The 10-year game of Riot Games is unmatched and proves it back to the top of popularity on Twitch.
Although for years there have been voices that League of Legends is starting to get boring, and the creators have less and less ideas or are going the easy way, MOBA from Riot Games still shows that it relentlessly returns to the top.
For many, LoL’s top position is not surprising, especially considering that it is one of the most popular games in the world and the developers do not plan to make people forget about their production.
However, not everyone was so lucky. One of Blizzard’s games has recently seen a significant drop in viewership. While Overwatch on Twitch is doing worse, World of Warcraft is not planning to leave the podium for now.
Fortnite scores a strong find on Twitch, falling to 4th place. For many months, Epic Games could celebrate being a clear audience leader.
Since the 10th season, however, this has changed, many incomprehensible, perhaps controversial decisions of the studio strongly influenced the popularity of the Battle Royale mode.