Other interesting figures include over 11.5 million views of the livestream on Twitter and a 28 percent increase in conversation volume year-on-year. The number of unique authors is up by 33 percent, while #TheGameAwards saw a 31 percent increase in usage. Of course, the show also trended #1 worldwide and was included in the top 5 worldwide trends.
Steam numbers were also good, thanks in no small part to the Steam Deck giveaway. Over 9.5 million unique users view the stream on the platform, with a peak concurrent audience of over 850,000. While next year’s show hasn’t been confirmed yet, Keighley announced that the Summer Game Fest would return on June 8th, 2023. Stay tuned for all the news and world premieres by then.
On Twitter, TGA delivered over 11.5 million video views of the livestream, with a 28% increase in conversation volume YoY, 33% increase in unique authors, and 31% increase in #TheGameAwards hashtag usage. The show trended #1 worldwide, including all top 5 worldwide trends.— Geoff Keighley (@geoffkeighley) December 16, 2022
The Steam Deck giveaway was definitely a big hit!— Geoff Keighley (@geoffkeighley) December 16, 2022
On Steam, over 9.5 million unique customers viewed The Game Awards livestream, with a peak audience of over 850K concurrent users.
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