Accordingly, the Blizzard MMORPG has more than 250,000 viewers watching constantly in just one day.
Since the Battle for Azeroth expansion had just arrived, World of Warcraft defeated Fortnite for having the most fans on Twitch’s streaming site.
The heat of World of Warcraft emerged days ago, when the server was still in a long wait, and when it was finally launched yesterday, the game stormed the Twitch streaming site.
Notably, this idea of Blizzard seems to be much preferred by gamers, as evidenced by the long server queues while the game was still in beta (and still reappearing at the time of the official launch).
For months before that, Epic Games’ Fortnite: Battle Royale had dominated Twitch’s 10 most watched games. According to TwitchMetrics, the total viewership of Fornite is about 180,000 a day. Not long ago, streamer Ninja, in partnership with rapper Drake, gained more than 600,000 fans at the same time.
So, when the War for Azeroth expansion was just announced, a series of gamers and viewers flocked to Twitch. As a result, this game soared to the top when about 50,000 viewers came out of Fortnite yesterday.It can be said that the massive group curiosity in World of Warcraft is partially a nostalgic desire to find the golden age of the MMORPG series on a PC. Lineage 2 Classic has also gained some traction with the latest release of the original version.
World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth is the newest Blizzard expansion pack to be published yesterday. This extension allows players to open the highest character level up to 120, adjust the gameplay to add new ‘attack’ and extend the plot of World of Warcraft.