New report shows Riot Games is still king of the PC game world with League of Legends

Right behind LoL is Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.

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A new report shows that Riot Games is still king of the PC game world. The game-development company’s League of Legends remains the most popular game for PC gamers.

This is according to the TEO PC Games Impact Index.

Right behind LoL is Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.

However, what is important is the number of games that Riot has in the top 15. It includes three more. One of them is Valorant, which has proven very popular since its release early this year.

A lot of players leave established leagues to play Valorant. It is a first-person shooter that gives them fresh challenges.

Furthermore, Riot Games’ Teamfight Tactics cracked the top 15.

The most popular game behind LoL from Riot Games is CS:GO. There is a study right now on the mental health of people who play CS:GO.

It will help all gamers. Because playing ESports can sometimes be stressful.

A number of factors are weighed to determine which game is most popular.

These include monthly active PC players. And hours watched. And number of ESports hours watched. Furthermore, streaming.

League of Legends from Riot Games!

As mentioned, Valorant has proven quite popular since its release. However, League of Legends is the most popular.

How popular? Riot Games reports that the number of viewers of this year’s League of Legends European Championship nearly doubled the number from last year.

That might be because there is currently a pandemic in the world.

However, because of COVID-19, a lot of people find themselves at home.

ESports really passes the time!

Furthermore, they need things to do. As a result, ESports really passes the time.

One of the games that people are watching a lot on Twitch is Fortnite. It is also the most streamed game.

However, Fortnite is not owned by Riot Games. League of Legends from Riot Games, however, is, and that’s why Riot Games is king of the hill in 2020.

Mike Usinger once took the better part of two years to finish Grand Theft Auto. Over the course of his career he has written about everything from eSports to music to movies to travel.

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