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The number of subscriptions to World of Warcraft in August increased by 223%

mmovia | 27 September, 2019 00:48

Thanks to the classic WoW World of Warcraft subscription amount has increased dramatically. Almost a month ago Blizzard released a classic version of the legendary MMORPG World of Warcraft. Players enthusiastically welcomed Classic WoW, sozdavat at the beginning of the project an unprecedented strain on servers and thousands queuing to get in the game, reports the online edition of the Chronicle.

Superdata latest report shows that the subscription revenue from the game go up "an estimated 223% in August compared with July." That was enough to send the stock flying games PC analyst earnings, came in third place behind Dungeon Fighter Online, and League of Legends. World of Warcraft is the seventh best-selling game in July. If you are in need of Cheap WOW Gold Classic, come to rvgm.com, where you can enjoy the cheapest price online and 3% off with a coupon code “RVGM”.

Although it looks like a classic WoW is doing all the right things to Blizzard, Superdata reported that total revenue the game brings more than in August still not quite up there with what Blizzard scooped up this time last year after the release of the Battle of the expansion of Azeroth. There is also a good chance that we will see a sharp decline in customer again soon, as the joy of returning to the classic World of Warcraft can be a little more than a novelty disposable for many players back. We have to wait and see.

Speaking of impressive World statistics Warcraft Classic associated Pornhub Insights have recently discovered that on August 26, when players are faced with a queue hour-long to get into the game, Pornhub looking for things related to Warcraft rose by 210 percent tear-up daily average. These figures have of course since gone back down, but I do not think one will ever forget for World of Warcraft communal self-love session in August 2019.

WoW Classic is on track to have the most watched week in 2019

mmovia | 05 September, 2019 00:58

The rebirth of Blizzard’s MMORPG has brought old and new players alike out of the woodwork to experience one of the best games of all time as it was on release. However, not many people expected it to be this popular. In its opening week, World of Warcraft Classic has been exposed to long queue times, server crashes, queues at mob spawn locations, and insane viewership numbers. The hype generated has made the release of the game one of the most successful launches of all time.

According to Dot Esports, Twitch statistics captured on site Sullygnome have shown that, in the seven day period since WoW Classic’s launch last week, viewing hours for WoW hit the 55 million hours mark. Or, you could read that as about 6,274 years. That is a lot of WoW watching. At the time of writing, the numbers have now changed to just under the 48 million hours mark over the past seven days, with the first day’s numbers now just outside the week-long capture period. When starting to play World of Warcraft Classic game, WOW Classic Gold is a necessary element on condition that you would like to hold a leadership position in World of Warcraft Classic game.

As one might expect, Classic’s strongest day of viewership came right after launch. Monday night the game peaked at more than 1M concurrent viewers on Twitch, but on Tuesday, WoW as a whole recorded 11.7M hours watched, as numerous high-profile streamers played marathoned the game during 24+ hour long streams in an attempt to clear as much of the game’s content as they could before needing to sleep.

Zack “Asmongold” (last name unknown) led the way with a 24-hour stream that generated 3M hours watched, followed by Chance “Sodapoppin” Morris, who racked up 1.9M hours watched for a 29-hour stream. Following launch day, viewership decreased overall as streamers took breaks from the game to sleep and take care of their bodies. As the days wore on, the game began to see fewer hours of airtime that coincided with a decline in viewership, but the game managed to eclipse 5M hours watched every day.

 
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