The games industry is fast-paced with trending games changing each week. While many games have successful launches and peaks in popularity, your brand should look at lucrative long-term partners too.
We’ve identified a few games that despite being around for a while, have seen a resurgence in popularity and viewership, or a steadily growing community. It’s important to keep a lookout for these slow burners with big potential.
Rainbow Six: Siege monthly average viewership in June 2020 is 65.5% higher than the month it was released (December 2015).
Grand Theft Auto 5 was released back in 2013, but suddenly saw an exponential increase in its viewership in March 2019 and remains one of the most-watched games on Twitch till this day.
Escape from Tarkov saw a boom when some of the biggest streamers started playing and streaming the game. The game gained over 250% its viewership between December and January 2020.
World of Warcraft, though initially released back in 2004, is a game that has managed to continually spark the interest of new and returning players. As the world’s largest MMO, developers keep it going by always releasing new content and fostering a strong community behind it. Without being an esports title, the game manages to keep growing its viewership.
To look for game opportunities on GEEIQ, only check the ‘game’ tick box in search. GEEIQ has profiles for 150 PC, console and mobile games in total. These are all games that have ongoing development support from their respective game publishers.