Top 10 streamed games of the week: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate racks up almost 10 million hours

Top 10 streamed games of the week: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate racks up almost 10 million hours has teamed up with esports and streaming analytics firm Stream Hatchet to bring you weekly charts of the most popular games in the streaming space.

This chart documents the most watched games by hours across Twitch, YouTube Gaming, Mixer and Facebook.

Each week we'll be documenting the top ten most watched titles across all the major streaming platforms, so you can see which games are thriving among content creators and which titles are waning in popularity. We also have a chart documenting the week's biggest content creators.

This chart covers the week commencing December 3rd to December 9th.

Most watched games

Despite a drop last week, Fortnite is still reigning supreme. Views are up by 15.4 per cent for the battle royale giant. 

League of Legends is in second with less than half of the views that Fortnite racked up this week. PUBG is in third despite a 1.9 per cent decrease in views. The game released a long-awaited snow map this week which has seen players return to the title. 

Dota 2 remains in fourth with a tiny 0.3 per cent drop in views. Hearthstone has shot up to fifth with a 71 per cent increase in views since last week. 

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is a new entry at six, the long-awaited Switch installment of Nintendo's fighting game racked up 9.8 million viewed hours in its first week. 

CS:GO is in seventh place after a 14.4 per cent increase in views. Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is up in eighth place after a 21 per cent increase in views. 

FIFA 19 falls to ninth place from fifth, afrer a 28 per cent decrease in views. Overwatch brings up the rear despite a 12 per cent decrease in views, putting both Pokémon: Lets Go and Red Dead Redemption 2 out of sight. 

Influencer Editor

Danielle Partis is Editor of She was previously the lead content creator for TeamRock Games, as well as contributing to outlets such as Metal Hammer, both online and in-print. Prior to that, Danielle worked as a freelance PR consultant and freelance journalist for a number of outlets.


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