New report from research firm NewZoo revealed numbers from Twitch regarding how well Esports titles performed back in July, and it looks like CS: GO came out on top competitively.
According to the report, Valve’s competitive shooter was the most watched Esports game on Twitch in July. CS:GO has passed up both League of Legends and Dota 2 as the most watched esports title. Additionally, Counter-Strike has the esports broadcasting portfolio, with 31.8M esports hours being streamed – that’s 60% of its viewership. The next ranked game, League of Legends, had only 20.6M hours streamed, which was only 26% of its viewership.
It is likely that Dota 2 will steal the spot for August, as we’ve seen an unprecedented viewership thanks to The International 6 with its biggest prize pool in gaming at 20$ million dollars.
Take a look at the table below for the full numbers on the top 10 competitive Esports titles: