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Twitch Loses Viewers and Active Channels in 2022, Record Moves Away From 2021

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More than a decade after its launch, Twitch has set several notable records as a streaming platform thanks to the post-2019 boom caused by the pandemic. The service’s growth seems to have stalled over the past year, but I 2022 Twitch numbers.

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as received Fair Betting Sites from the data Flow ChartsThe total number of Twitch channels increased 6% to 49,616,536, but pay attention to their actual activity: Average viewership dropped While it reached 30.9 million in 2022, a decrease of about 7%, the average number of channels broadcasting live decreased by 13.1% compared to 2021.

Hours watched by the public decrease later, which is a 22.4 billion hours total in 2022, down 6.7% from two years ago. On the other hand, the variety of content brought to the streaming platform has increased significantly, reaching 441,569 games brought live by various creators, large and small; this is an increase of 18.4% compared to 2021.

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What could be causing this significant drop in live broadcast hours watched by viewers, broadcasters, and ultimately the public? The obvious reason for this is gradual return to normal: The times of quarantine are long gone, and once again young people are spending their days away from computers and their favorite streamers, leaving Twitch – perhaps temporarily – to study, spend evenings at clubs, or have fun in other ways with friends without relying on services like Discord.

Continuing to talk about the year just ended in numbers for the purple platform, here is the ranking of the most watched games on Twitch in 2022.

Source: Every Eye

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