XQc is back to the top Trembling In July, expanding the lead for 2022 overall. After the first seven months of the year, the platform’s top creator has 153 million hours watched, 50 million more than second-place Gaul.
Although there were few large-scale shipping events in July, content creators dominated the scene on most of the most viewed channels. Even when it comes to VCT Masters, co-streams are popular Giving value The streaming story surpassed the main stream of the event by Riot.
Most Viewed Twitch Stream: xQc
In the month since ibi stole the top spot on Twitch with its boxing special, xQc has dominated the platform, posting nearly double the hours watched than any other channel. XQc’s 19.6 million hours watched may be down slightly from last month’s 20.8 million, but no other content creator even comes close this time.
Perhaps the key to his success was his commitment to streaming. His 313 hours of airtime in July was second only to the top 10 content creators. The only channel that even passed the mark was ESL’s. CS: Go The channel includes esports-centric and reruns.
The only content creator to post more airtime than xQc in the top 20 is Summit1g with 376 hours of airtime. Summit ranked 13th among channels with 6.34 million hours watched.
Most viewed esports channel: ESL
ESL English Language CS: Go channel was the top esports channel on Trembling Mainly due to IEM Cologne 2022 in July. The event ran from July 5th to July 17th and recorded 25.83 million hours watched across all platforms (including YouTube, Facebook, Twitch and Nemo TV) in over 93 hours of live airtime. to the Transportation charts.
A large part of the show’s success came from the English ESL broadcasts on Twitch. Meanwhile, the channel has been complemented by reruns which have helped the channel to more than double the total airtime of any channel in the top 20.