The Amazon-owned streaming platform Twitch suffered one of it’s biggest drops in viewership in years during the month of November, and it’s a notable dip given how much the industry has changed over the last year.
According to SullyGnome, Twitch’s viewership numbers during the month of November 2022 were the lowest that they’ve been since September 2020, with 1.69 billion hours of content from Twitch streams watched during the month.
The numbers represent a 10% drop in viewership from October to November and is the biggest since dip in viewership since June 2021’s 15% drops.
November is typically a slower month on the platform, and November 2021 saw a 10.3% drop from October 2021 numbers.
Additionally, Twitch has seen drops in affiliates and partners, hitting around 1 million combined which is down from 1.25 million from January of this year.