- Destiny's back, at #2! I don't watch his stream so I have no idea if he's here to stay or if this is a one-off for nostalgia's sake, but looks like people were happy enough with his brief return.
- #6 is 연두는말안드뤄, a Korean streamer who usually plays other games but made a brief foray into SC2... looks like I need to look for a font that supports Korean characters
- March was a big event month, with IEM Katowice, NationWars qualifiers and a GSL Finals to boot. IEM was by far the most popular here, peaking at over twice the viewership of the GSL Finals. Of course, the 20th anniversary stream was a big success too, though it didn't manage to draw as many viewers as IEM did.
- Overall, March was a strong month, and it looks like this year's upwards trend continues so far. We'll see what April holds, with its 20 years of StarCraft celebrations...
- As always, suggestions and requests are welcome!
Huh? What's this?
I run Fuzic - which collects statistics and rankings of StarCraft II live streams - and these threads are a summary of the viewer numbers for the past month.
Data is sourced from fuzic, and additional up-to-date stats may be found there. But in these threads - which I will try to post at the beginning of every month - there will be a monthly summary so you can get a quick overview of that month's viewer numbers.
The rankings list any stream that is reported on by the APIs of the various streaming services (Twitch, Azubu, etc). I have no way of verifying to what extent someone's viewers are legitimate, and therefore will not independently ban someone from the rankings. Please do not start a(nother) discussion about this in this thread.
"VxH", or "hours viewed" is the average amount of viewers multiplied by the amount of hours the streamer has streamed during that month. Basically, if for each viewer you count the amount of hours they watched the stream during the month, and add them up, you get this number. The list is sorted by this metric, as it gives a good impression of the streamer's activity through the month.
You can click the links below the charts for additional stats and a list you can sort by whichever metric you prefer.
(Full ranking - note that these include streams in which events were streamed, and the above ranking does not)
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- Top SC2 Streamers & Stats, February 2018
- Top SC2 Streamers & Stats, January 2018
- Top SC2 streamers and stats, december 2017
- Top SC2 streamers and stats, november 2017
- Top 30 streamers August 2016
- Top 30 streamers July 2016
- Top 30 streamers June 2016
- Top 30 streamers May 2016
- Top 30 streamers April 2016
- Top 50 streamers May 2015 (by Conti, contains links to his older reports)