Steam Finally Cracks 10 Million Concurrent Users

So, in non-Fallout 4 news (yes, it exists) it looks as though Steam has finally cracked past another milestone: 10 million concurrent users.

That’s a lot of people throwing their wallets at the screen simultaneously. A lot.

I say that because, it can’t be a coincidence that the new concurrent record was set during the Steam sales. It seemed to peak at around 11.43, June 14, with 10,052,175 all using the service at once.

Dota 2 continues to be, far and away, the most played game on Steam, with Counter Strike: Global Offensive coming in at a close second. The rest of us were doubling our credit card debt buying a bunch of games we probably won’t even install, let alone play. Bloody Steam sales.

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