Steam sets a new record with over 32 million users

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    2023 is only a little more than a week in the city. Valves Steam has already broken records.

    The gaming platform had a record-breaking weekend, surpassing its previous peak for concurrent users. According to SteamDB, via The Verge, Steam hit 10 082 055 in-game players and 32 186 301 concurrent online users on Monday, 7 January.

    Users of current use are those who logged into Steam, and have the application open on their PCs, but do not necessarily play games.

    Steam reached 10 million online concurrent players for the first time, but 32 million are now on their respective servers. https://t.co/Swed/bzbzbz/RabsCLye/.

    SteamDB (@SteamDB) January 7, 2023.

    En outre, 24 hours after the milestone, Steam had set a new all-time peak of 33 078.963 concurrent users, surpassing Saturday’s record by roughly 1 million users.

    A sudden global influx of new users had come to an end of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, when people felt stuck in the house with little to do. In March of 2020, Steam set a new all-time record at 30,3 million for concurrent users. By March 2022, that number was risen to 30 million.

    Today, the record is 33,07 million.

    The two most popular games on Steam during this record-breaking weekend were Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and DOTA 2.Recent Among Us-like social deduction hit Goose Duck took the third spot over the weekend, and reportedly had an all-time peak of 640,324 players.

    Credit for your original photo credit: Valve.

    Source:@SteamDB. Via: The robbing!

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