With 14.6 million hours watched, Asmon edged out popular variety streamer xQc, who recorded 14 million, and in the process, he smashed his personal record for viewership in a month as well, according to stats from SullyGnome.
The last and only other time Asmongold led Twitch in viewership for a month came in September 2019.
While Asmongold’s numbers in July included small amounts of time with the beta for Amazon’s New World closed beta and a weekend testing Ashes of Creation, a majority of his viewership came from him playing content that wasn’t new or WoW. Early in the month, Asmon began to play Final Fantasy XIV for the first time after years of holding out on fans who begged him to try World of Warcraft’s biggest competition in the MMO genre.
What’s more astounding about Asmongold’s performance in July is that his main channel that led all of Twitch isn’t the only one he broadcasts on.
While he doesn’t promote Zackrawrr nearly as much as his main channel, Asmongold’s 93 hours streamed on the channel in July recorded 1.56 million hours watched, on top of the 14.6 million from his main channel.
Though his average viewership on his alternate account was significantly lower than that of his main channel because of how he publicizes it, he averaged 16,724 viewers.
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