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God of War is the Most Popular Video Game on TikTok!

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Top10Casinos.com has examined which video games are the most popular, collating the most views on TiKTok. To discover the overall winners, Top10Casinos.com extracted a list of the 100 most played video games of all time, utilising Metacritic.

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Top 20 most popular video games on TikTok

 

Video Game Views
God of War 793,500,000
Red Dead Redemption 2 694,900,000
The Last of Us 318,400,000
Grand Theft Auto V 267,700,000
Red Dead Redemption 178,300,000
Celeste 141,600,000
Halo 3 113,300,000
Half-Life 110,200,000
Gears of War 96,300,000
BioShock 86,000,000
Portal 2 59,800,000
Half-Life: Alyx 58,900,000
Resident Evil 4 54,700,000
Devil May Cry 50,400,000
Halo 2 42,800,000
Gran Turismo 41,200,000
Metal Gear Solid 40,800,000
Super Mario 64 37,800,000
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 32,000,000
Persona 5 Royal 30,700,000

 

With a staggering 793.5 million views on TikTok, the most popular video game and crowned the winner is God of War, with its first version released back in 2018.

Following is the game Red Dead Redemption 2 – a Western-themed action-adventure game. #reddeadrempetion2 managed to get the attention of 694.9 million people, securing its second place on the most popular list.

The action-adventure game, The Last of Us, also proved to be very popular on the social media platform, garnering 318.4 million views, to be exact.

Grand Theft Auto V, which has had 145 million units sold worldwide, was the fourth most popular video game with 267.7 million people talking about it on TikTok.

And rounding off in fifth place was Red Dead Redemption with 178.3 million views on TikTok. The video game series seems to be one of the most popular among TikTokers, as both its first and second versions landed in the top 5 list out of the 100 games researched in total.

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Mortal Online 2 – Out Now!

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Star Vault’s hardcore sandbox MMO hits full release as Day 1 Patch breathes life into its Massive Open World

Star Vault are thrilled to announce that Mortal Online 2 launched yesterday! The result of over a decade of continuous development, Mortal Online 2 is a hardcore first person sandbox MMORPG like no other. Brimming with deep crafting, role playing and combat systems to master, and a massive open world to master them in, you are now free to stake your claim in the reborn world of Nave and choose your legacy!

Day 1 Patch Contents

After a series of patches that included a fully blown housing system, a fishing system in all rivers and lakes, new creatures, bosses, dungeons and a personal journal recording your adventures in the open world – the Day 1 Patch is here. Featuring massive bosses, detailed face customization, more dungeons, more fauna, Draconigena Armatus and a boat load of hidden secrets, Nave has never been more alive.

Survive on Skill 

The entire world of Nave is an open PvP and PvE space, and at over 6 times the playable area of the original Mortal Online, there’s room to run but not to hide. Battle the living open world around you as well as other players in skill-based real-time combat that players have loved for the last decade.

Stake Your Claim

Mortal Online 2’s house building system let’s players construct and decorate their own houses in the open world where they can shelter from the elements and rest after a hard day’s adventuring. But beware, your keep isn’t safe from unannounced visits by Nave’s savage wildlife and other players, so keep your allies close and protect your plot.

Choose Your Legacy

Become a master fisherman, crafter, fighter, spell caster or anything in between. Mortal Online 2’s intricate and deep skill systems let players choose a huge number of paths from a vast set of possible skill combinations, enabling you to play the role you want and stamp your legacy onto the world of Nave.

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Spinmatic Releases Balloon Run in Collaboration with Macaw Gaming

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Spinmatic, a leading developer and supplier of premium casino games, has released Balloon Run, a Crash game produced in collaboration with Macaw Gaming.

“We were thrilled to join forces with such professionals and industry leaders like Spinmatic on our Crash game project Balloon Run. It was quite a journey, which helped both sides to align their goals, exchange experiences and knowledge and come up with a game for which we are sure will give a lot of enjoyment to players around the world,” Stefan Milovanovic, Novateq and Macaw Gaming Head of Business Development, said.

“Today is a great day for Spinmatic, which continues to diversify its product portfolio with this Crash game. I want to thank Macaw Gaming for their help developing such a thrilling game. I’m sure it’s going to be a huge success,” Norbert Mathies, Managing Director of Spinmatic, said.

Balloon Run is a fast-paced Crash game in which players have to cash out before the hot air balloon explodes. It is all about timing, as the longer they wait, the higher their prizes will be.

Considered as provably fair and inspired by hot air balloon rides, it gives players control over their wins, as they can take their winnings any time before the balloon explodes. Aside from that, players will be able to chat between themselves as well as check leaderboards and bets history.

The game has an RTP of 95.01% and features like Multiple Bet, Auto Cashout, Lobby Chat, Winner Rankings, Lobby Bets and Round History.

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Streamers watched over 8 billion hours of Blizzard, Activision and Xbox games in the last two years

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In light of Microsoft’s recent acquisition of Activision Blizzard, Stream Hatchet, the live streaming data analytics company, has produced an infographic highlighting how the merger has created a significant player in videogame streaming.

People streamed games published by Blizzard, Activision and Xbox on Twitch, Youtube and Facebook for a total of 8.1billion hours between January 2020 and December 2021. In the last 12 months alone –

  • Minecraft streamed for 1.2B hours

  • COD Warzone streamed for 1.05B hours

  • Hearthstone streamed for 0.26M hours

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