Dota 2 breaks boundary million simultaneous players




Dota 2 is on Sunday, February 15th for the first time broken the limit of one million simultaneous players. Dota 2 is thus the first game to break the limit of 1 million players on Steam. Competitor League of Legends draws significantly more players.

The breakthrough statistics show the number of online players Steam operator Valve yourself online tracking . It showed that Dota 2 on Sunday, February 15th was played by 1,075,464 players, which the game for the first time broke the limit of one million simultaneous players. Dota 2 is therefore record on Steam; No other game that can be managed to achieve such Played through the platform. Dota 2 is thus more than twice as many players as the number two on the list, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, which attracts more than 400,000 simultaneous players.

Dota 2 therefore remains largely behind rival League of Legends. In Moba of Riot Games is the record since January 2014 to 7.5 million concurrent players. Moreover remains Dota 2 behind Minecraft. Mojang, the Swedish creator of Minecraft, made ​​earlier this year announced that it attracts one million simultaneous players. However, the actual number is higher, as Mojang can measure just how many players are online and not how many people play offline. In addition, the studio can only see who on Windows, OS X or Linux version 1.3 or higher of the game play online and not who is playing on mobile platforms or with an older version of the game.


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