A world-renowned gamer’s platform as regarded by many, Twitch came up this year with their Twitch Recap 2022! Twitch was formerly known as Justin.
TV by the gaming world since 2011, with the rise in popularity among the rising gaming community and esports sparking competition, players and streamers around the globe, Amazon.com, Inc saw the opportunity and bought the company for $970 million in the year 2014.
The massive community of Twitch has more than 2.5 million viewers at all times. According to their website, as of 2022, on top of that, more than 8 million streamers go live on the platform every month. Twitch is the most used platform in the USA when it comes to watching games and other content creators, with more than $2.6 million in revenue by 2021. Twitch posted on Twitter its “Twitch Recap 2022” option again this time.
Where To Watch The Twitch Recap 2022 And How Can You See Yours?
Assuming you already use Twitch or are an active viewer, you can see your recap by just opening the home page, and you will come across a tab showing “Twitch Recap” on the homepage. By just selecting the “show me” button, you can access the recap.
Be aware this will not show you your overall stats on Twitch through the years. It will only show your 2022 stats, and if you don’t log in, the website will not show you the recap tab. Then it will show you the entire community’s recap by default which can be changed to your own recap by selecting the “Viewer” button and scrolling down.
There are a lot of statistics that you can scroll through, like your favorite streamers, total days watched/hours, top categories, etc. You can see which games or streams you have watched the most or which particular channels have grabbed your attention for 2022. The stats are for only you to see, but if you wish to share them with your friends or on social media, Twitch has taken care of that too.
Once you are at the bottom of your screen, you will see an image file with all your stats neatly and graphically put together for you to share on social media. Just click “Download to share,” and it downloads the image for you. You can go forward and flex your stats and passion for streamers and games on your social media with #TwitchRecap.
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When Does Twitch Recap 2022 Come Out, And What To Know?
Twitch started its annual recap feature for viewers and streams in 2021 on 15th December, when they announced the “Recap” feature, which is very similar to “Spotify Wrapped,” that showcases your favorite artists, genres, total hours spent listening to music, etc. which became a huge hit among the community, so Twitch followed with this trend, and it yielded the same results.
This year the Twitch Recap was live on 15th December as well, where you can view your stats as an audience and also if you are the streamer, for streamers the recap showed stats like your most watched video, average view count of the channel, etc. needless to say no one was disappointed.
Many famous streamers shared their recap images on social media to showcase their stats and to thank their fans. As of 2022, the top 3 followed channels on Twitch are Ninja, Auronplay, and Rubius; with these three combined, the total number of followers is more than 50 million!
Now that just goes to show how famous these guys are in their community. The top 3 games with the highest average concurrent viewers are World of Warcraft, Grand Theft Auto V, League of Legends, and many famous titles following them on the leaderboard.
Twitch which has, as of now, more than 15,595,306 total streamers on the platform and increasing in thousands every month, is showing no signs of stopping. You can very generously say that this platform will dominate the streaming industry in the near future, and gamers and content creators will become no less famous than your Hollywood film stars.
If you haven’t been able to view Twitch Recap 2022, don’t worry, as you can always mail them about the issue, and if you have a legitimate account or watch time, Twitch will send your recap to you, or there’s always next. So don’t miss it in the coming year as we will keep a close eye on gamers’ favorite streaming platform, Twitch, and its future.
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