is the undisputed ruler of the livestreaming-video space, but competitors are starting to make gains. and are both up year-over-year in terms of market share, according to data-tracking service and broadcasting-production-tools company StreamElements.
Mixer and Facebooking Gaming both have 3% of the livestreaming market each in 2019. That’s up from 2018, when they both only had 1%. Their growth, however, is not zero-sum. , , Facebook Gaming, and Mixer all saw year-over-year growth in hours watched. So as these sites work to improve their performance and capabilities, they continue to bring in new viewers from around the world.
Here’s how the growth breaks down per site:
Twitch grew 20% from 7.8 billion hours to 9.3 billion hours YouTube Gaming grew 16% from 2.3 billion