During the lockdown people are resorting to gaming for time pass.
The report by live streaming data analytics platform StreamElement and Arsenal describes which platform spent the most time in gaming during lockdown …
The report of live streaming data analytics platform StreamElement and Arsenal has described which platform has spent the most hours in gaming. The name of Twitch comes at the top of it, which has been seen 1.65 billion hours. On the other hand, YouTube clocked 461 million hours and Facebook gaming clocked 29.1 million hours (in April 2019 it was only 86 million hours).
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However, the lowest increase was seen in Microsoft Mixer, which saw an increase of just 0.2 per cent in gaming hours. Facebook has made the most significant leap in personal development. It has benefited a lot by releasing its standalone gaming app and hosting several successful celebrity tournaments. 2020 compared to 1.1 billion hours of YouTube and 3.1 billion hours of Twitch, according to new figures from live-streaming software service StreamLabs. The first quarter of the game (ie between January to March) saw the Facebook game streaming platform around 554 million hours.
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Facebook launched its own gaming app for Android on the Google Play store last month. Facebook Gaming App is free, but on it millions of users can watch and stream live games from their smartphones.