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Twitter outs gaming and esports insights for 2021

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Twitter has recently released its global gaming conversation insights for 2021.

In 2021, there were more than 2.4 billion tweets about gaming, up 14% year over year and a more than 10x increase from 2017. Moreover, Q4 2021 was the biggest quarter for gaming conversation ever on Twitter.

Check out Twitter’s global gaming insights for 2021 below.

Most Talked About Video Games:

Most Talked About Video Games 1

1) Genshin Impact (@GenshinImpact)
2) Apex Legends (@PlayApex)
3) Ensemble Stars! (@ensemble_stars)
4) Final Fantasy (@FinalFantasy)
5) Fate/Grand Order (@fgoproject)
6) Animal Crossing: New Horizons (@animalcrossing)
7) Knives Out (@game_knives_out)
8) Minecraft (@minecraft)
9) Project Sekai (@pj_sekai)
10) Fortnite (@fortnitegame)

Most Talked About Esports Athletes:

Most Talked About Esports Athletes 1

1) Mongraal (@Mongraal)
2) Bugha (@bugha)
3) Benjyfishy (@benjyfishy)
4) Scump (@scump)
5) Rekkles (@RekklesLoL)
6) Nobru (@Nobru)
7) FalleN (@FalleNCS)
8) Mixwell (@Mixwell)
9) TenZ (@TenZOfficial)
10) s1mple (@s1mpleO)

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Most Talked About Esports Teams:

Most Talked About Esports Teams

1) LOUD esports (@LOUDgg)
2) FaZe Clan (@fazeclan)
3) paiN Gaming (@paiNGamingBR)
4) G2 Esports (@G2esports)
5) Fnatic (@fnatic)
6) Furia (@FURIA)
7) 100 Thieves (@100Thieves)
8) DetonatioN Gaming (@team_detonation)
9) T1 (@T1)
10) Team Liquid (@TeamLiquid)

Esports Teams with the Most Followers Gained:

Top Esports Teams By Followers Gained

1) LOUD esports (@LOUDgg)
2) FaZe Clan (@FaZeClan)
3) Sentinels (@Sentinels)
4) 100 Thieves (@100Thieves)
5) G2 Esports (@G2sports)

Countries Tweeting the Most About Gaming:

Countries Tweeting The Most About Gaming

1) Japan
2) United States
3) South Korea
4) Thailand
5) Brazil
6) Philippines
7) Indonesia
8) United Kingdom
9) France
10) India

Most Talked About Gaming Events:

Most Talked About Gaming Events

1) E3 2021 (@E3)
2) The Game Awards (@TheGameAwards)
3) Xbox Games Showcase (@Xbox)
4) Gamescom 2021 (@Gamescom)
5) Summer Game Fest 2021 (@SummerGameFest)

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Most Talked About Gaming Creators:

Most Talked About Gaming Creators

1) Colon (@Colon56N)
2) AuronPlay (@auronplay)
3) Felipe Neto (@felipeneto)
4) Ibai Llanos(@IbaiLlanos)
5) Dream (@Dream)
6) GeorgeNotFound (@GeorgeNotFound)
7) Corpse Husband (@Corpse_Husband)
8) Sapnap (@sapnap)
9) BadBoyHalo (@BadBoyHalo)
10) Junichi Kato (@unkochan1234567)

Gaming Creators with the Most Video Views:

Gaming Creators With The Most Video Views

1) Ibai Llanos (@IbaiLlanos, Spain)
2) Gotaga (@Gotaga, France)
3) TimTheTatman (@timthetatman, US)
4) OpTic Scump (@scump, US)
5) Dr. Disrespect (@DrDisrespect, US)

Gaming Creators with the Most Followers Gained:

Gaming Creators With The Most Followers Gained

1) Ibai Llanos (@IbaiLlanos, Spain)
2) Dream (@Dream, US)
3) Ari Gameplays (@arigameplays, Mexico)
4) TommyInnit (@tommyinnit, UK)
5) Karl Jacobs (@KarlJacobs_, US)

Most Talked About Esports Leagues:

Most Tweeted About Esports Leagues

1) CBLOL (@CBLOL)
2) Call of Duty League (@CODLeague)
3) Valorant Champions Tour (@ValorantEsports)
4) Overwatch League (@OverwatchLeague)
5) League of Legends Championship Series (@LCSOfficial)

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Esports Leagues with the Most Video Views:

Top Esports Leagues By Most Video Views

1) League of Legends Esports (@lolesports)
2) Valorant Champions Tour (@ValorantEsports)
3) Call of Duty League (@CODLeague)
4) ESL Counter-Strike (@ESLCS)
5) League of Legends Championship Series (@LCSOfficial)

Esports Leagues with the Most Followers Gained:

Top Esports Leagues By Followers Gained

1) Fortnite Competitive Series (@FNCompetitive)
2) Valorant Champions Tour (@ValorantEsports)
3) League of Legends Esports (@lolesports)
4) League of Legends European Championship (@LEC)
5) Valorant Champions Tour: North America (@valesports_na)

“The gaming community around the world came to Twitter to talk about the biggest moments of the year as in-person esports events returned to center stage, publishers dropped new games like Halo Infinite, media outlets continued to expand coverage of the space and NFTs became a hot topic,” said Twitter.

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