CS:GO Creates a New Record by Achieving a Peak of more than 1.25 Million Concurrent Players
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- CS:GO creates a new record by achieving a peak of 1,251,665 concurrent players.
- The game has witnessed consistent growth since November 2019.
- CS:GO is roughly 41,000 short of beating Dota 2's all-time peak of 1,291,328.
There is nothing that can slow down CS:GO’s growth, as the game has once again managed to make a new record by registering a peak of 1,251,665 concurrent players. This has also resulted in a spike in the game’s average concurrent userbase which currently stands at a record 755,396.4 players.
Not only this but CS:GO has also managed to gain 84,363.2 unique players in the last 30 days, witnessing a gain of 12.57%. Despite the recent update which witnessed the departure of Operation Shattered Web, the CS:GO player base seems to be unaffected as more users keep logging in to play the game.
Ever since November 2018 CS:GO has held an upwards trajectory, as the game has grown leaps and bounds from a peak of mere 750,000+ concurrent users to now standing at a peak of more than 1,250,000 players.
Along with CS:GO performing this well, even Steam is enjoying record-breaking users on its platform. As it crossed more than 24.5 million concurrent users to create a new record on 5th April. Let’s see how long before CS:GO is able to beat Dota 2’s all-time peak, probably even crossing the 1.3 million mark along with it.