Fortnite Battle Royale continues to dominate the gaming industry, creating a huge gap between the second most watched game on Twitch, League of Legends. On March 5th SullyGnome statistics showed that in the last 14 days Fortnite had been watched for 4,882 years, 208 days compared to the second most watched game, League of Legends, having 4,564 years, 190 days. Fortnite had been streamed for 246 years, 231 days compared to the second most streamed game, Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds, having 106 years, 194 days.
As of today, SullyGnome statistics show that in the last 14 days Fortnite has been watched for 6,121 years, 235 days compared to the second most watched game, League of Legends, having 4,637 years, 224 days. Fortnite has been streamed for 288 years, 336 days compared to the second post streamed game, Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds having 102 years, 162 days.
As you can see, Fortnite has distanced itself from other popular games being streamed on Twitch, and the overall average viewers are higher than League of Legends and Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds.
At the time of writing this article, Fortnite Battle Royale has over 680,000 concurrent viewers.