VALORANT ends 2023 as the 4th most watched Twitch category cover image

VALORANT ends 2023 as the 4th most watched Twitch category

VALORANT continues its reign as one of the most watched categories on Twitch, once again taking fourth place in 2023.

Streams Charts has released several statistics regarding the most watched Twitch streams of 2023. From top streamers to highly viewed events, there was no shortest of Twitch content last year. And in what could be considered a huge triumph, VALORANT claims the number four spot for the most watched Twitch categories of 2023.

VALORANT is the 4th most watched Twitch category of 2023

(Image via Riot Games)
(Image via Riot Games)

VALORANT has been one of the fastest growing esports of the last several years. It seems like each trip around the sun sees it reach new heights. That's honestly great considering the state of esports currently in the minds of many.

As 2024 begins, looking back on VALORANT's success, in terms of community, in 2023 is rather eye-opening. With its availability on YouTube, Twitch viewership could have easily suffered. Huge tournaments and popular creators in the space co-streaming those tournaments are surely what kept it high in the rankings.

Per Streams Charts, VALORANT keeps its fourth place spot compared to 2022. That comes with over 980 million hours watched throughout 2023. Needless to say, VALORANT fans love watching their favorites and the top tier production of its esports events.

Top Twitch categories of 2023

(Image via Streams Charts)
(Image via Streams Charts)

Let's take a look at what surrounds VALORANT in the rankings for the most watched Twitch categories of 2023:

  1. Just Chatting
  2. GTA V
  3. League of Legends
  5. Counter-Strike
  6. Fortnite
  7. Minecraft
  8. Dota 2
  9. World of Warcraft
  10. Apex Legends

The only esport title higher than VALORANT is Riot's other flagship game, League of Legends. Then you've got GTA V, which has yet again seen a resurgence in its roleplaying community. Many top streamers play GTA RP as their main source of entertainment currently.

Underneath VALORANT are other popular esports games, with Counter-Strike 2's release as a main reason CS remains fifth. Fortnite then shot up a spot compared to 2022. No doubt OG Fortnite, Lego Fortnite, Fortnite Festival, and Rocket Racing helped with that.

Stay tuned to for more esports news and VALORANT coverage.