Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Had the Most Streamed Launch Week of 2014 on Twitch

November 13, 2014 Written by Jason Dunning

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While Activision has yet to reveal how big the first week was for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare in terms of total sales, they have announced Twitch’s findings that their game is the most streamed console title of 2014 in its launch week worldwide.

Throughout the week, over 75,000 unique broadcasters shared gameplay of Advanced Warfare, with content being viewed over 26 million times. Going even further, Advanced Warfare gameplay was watched by nearly 6 million unique viewers last week, totaling over 327 million minutes watched.

Twitch Director, Publisher, and Developer of Partnership Ernest Le said:

Since the Call of Duty community on Twitch is extremely passionate, we are not surprised that Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare set a milestone for most streamed console game of the year based on launch week comparisons. Our community spent over an hour a day watching and engaging with people playing the game, illustrating the incredibly strong appeal of live interactive video.

Sledgehammer Games Co-Founder and Studio Head Michael Condrey added:

The response from the global community to Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare has been incredible, with millions of fans playing the new era of Call of Duty and even more watching the action unfold live on Twitch in its first week in the wild.

Sledgehammer Games Co-Founder and Studio Head Glen Schofield continued, “The team at the studio is thrilled to see players think the game we’ve poured our heart and soul into making these last three years is not only fun to play, but very exciting to watch.”

If you’re having trouble in multiplayer, this First Tips article was posted on the Call of Duty website.

Have you streamed any of your time with Advanced Warfare?