At 1.8%, it was bigger than Hulu, Amazon, and Facebook in peak traffic. And that's only in the U.S. According to Qwilt, Twitch ranks in the top five video-entertainment sites across the globe. That's huge for a site that's only related to video gaming.
And now it's so popular, it actually accounts for more peak U.S. Internet traffic than either Hulu, Facebook, or Amazon, according to DeepField data cited by the Wall
Video streaming platform Twitch produced more peak traffic than some of the most popular websites and online services in the world, including Facebook, Amazon, Pandora, Tumblr, Hulu, and Valve.
That’s bigger than Hulu.
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That’s not only a whole lot less than Netflix, which was responsible for 34.21 percent of all downstream traffic during the same time, it also puts HBO Go behind services like Amazon Video (1.9 percent of all peak downstream traffic), Hulu Plus (1.74 percent) and even gaming video-focused Twitch...
Higher than giants such as Hulu, Amazon, Facebook, Tumblr and Valve. It’s important to remember that sites like Twitch that have video streaming services use much more bandwidth than sites like Facebook.
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Twitch announced today that is now has more than 1 million different users broadcasting on its platform each month. That helped it push more traffic across the web than big names in the streaming video and music business like Hulu, Amazon, and Pandora.