The list of the most popular games on Twitch is constantly changing with the constant changes of the fast-paced internet world. So depending on which game is hype at the moment, the numbers can vary greatly. But there are also games that have been extremely popular for years and are regularly high up on the Twitch home page. Here is a small overview of the absolute streaming classics:
- League of Legends
- Counter Strike: Global Offensive
- The “Call of Duty” series
- Grand Theft Auto Online
- World of Warcraft
- Just Chatting
- Science & Technology
- Special Events
- Talk Shows & Podcasts
Even though Twitch still sees itself as a gaming portal, other content such as shows or talk rounds continues to grow. On Twitch, artists can draw in front of live audiences, musicians can record songs, and teachers can impart knowledge. In recent years, even some well-known politicians have used the platform to connect with the people. The endless possibilities make Twitch a huge provider of interactive entertainment, even if you’re not into video games.
- #League of Legends
- #Counter Strike: Global Offensive
- #The “Call of Duty” series
- #Grand Theft Auto Online
- #World of Warcraft
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As you can see, the most popular games are all multiplayer titles. Most of the major streamers focus on these types of games for the most part, simply because they offer a very high replay value and can potentially be very entertaining. While story-based video games are also very popular, streamers who focus on single-player games tend not to appeal to as many users as those who play a multiplayer game with others.
To stay on top of the game, it can be helpful to constantly adapt to what’s going on. Thus, it is never a bad idea to join a hype and present the respective game in the stream. You should still make sure to give your stream program a certain thread by focusing on a certain genre (shooters, RPGs, strategy, etc.), for example. Try to find a healthy middle ground between current games and your favorite genre. Ultimately, though, you should play what you enjoy! Because your viewers will immediately notice if you’re just slogging through a game because it’s hyped and you’re not enjoying it yourself.
In addition to the individual games, Twitch also offers space for other categories that have nothing to do with gaming in the broadest sense. These include, among others-