20 million people play video games at home.
Corona virus began to spread its wings throughout the world. Although there is a lot of speculation about the origin of its presence, but it cannot be denied that the presence of this new type of virus has become polemic throughout the world. This makes many local state governments to lockdown and close all human activities outside the home.
Countries like China, which was the first country to spread the virus, have been doing this for a long time. Just like the bamboo curtain country, some countries that have a high percentage rate like Italy also do it. Making its citizens have to make exciting activities that are not boring. One of them is playing video games.
#Steam has just reached a new concurrent online user record of 20 million, with 6.2 million currently in-game, likely due to many people staying at home due to the #coronavirus.https: //t.co/bzLMfMOJvD# COVID19
– Steam Database (@SteamDB) March 15, 2020
This is agreed by SteamDB data which reports that there are around 20 million Steam users who play video games. The data is the highest highest player data that is logged into Steam.
Unfortunately, not all players play the game. Most of them only log in and browse the steam store.
Until this moment, Counter Strike Global Offensive become the game with the highest player being played. As of this writing, there are around 400 thousand players CS: GO who is online. The second highest number is DotA2 with about 280 thousand players, followed Rainbow Six Siege as many as 99 thousand players, and Destiny 2 as many as 80 thousand players.
Although this number is not the highest number in history, a higher number than ordinary days implies that more people are doing activities at home. Are you one of them?
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