Have you ever wondered which season in Fortnite was the most popular?
Epic does not provide accurate data on the number of players. The creators usually only inform about their next records, so players decided to take matters into their own hands. Instead of looking at Google trends, they tailored Twitch viewership results to specific seasons.
Those are a very clear overview of which of all seasons was the most popular in terms of the number of hours viewed.
Which season was the most popular?
Of course, viewership probably doesn’t exactly translate to the number of players, but it does show well whether Fortnite had a better or maybe worse period.
The information that the 4th season was the best is confirmed. It was the one that achieved the highest viewership. Then there was a significant decline. Interestingly, however, the beginning of the second chapter was the worst to watch – and yet it was supposed to be the amazing breakthrough.
By looking at this, you can see where Epic could have made a certain mistake. The second chapter was a great refreshment, but in the end, it turns out that players watched it a bit more willingly than the complete beginning of Fortnite in seasons 1 and 2.
The situation is really good now. It’s hard to say if it’s due to Epic’s decisions or the lack of other better Battle Royale alternatives on the market. We have a strong Call of Duty Warzone, PUBG, or Apex. However, all of these games still fail when it comes to their popularity on Twitch.