Animal Crossing: New Horizons Maintains its Spot as Most Talked About Game on Twitter, According to New Insights

Animal Crossing: New Horizons has been dominating the conversation on Twitter this year. In a recent outpour of Twitter insights, Nintendo’s Animal Crossing: New Horizons has been reported to have maintained its spot as the number one most talked about game globally on the social media platform.

Recently, Twitter’s Head of Gaming Content Partnerships Rishi Chadha provided a look at the games, esports teams, and events that users on Twitter discussed the most in the months between August and October of this year. Although not particularly surprising, Animal Crossing: New Horizons kept the top spot. Nintendo has continued to support the game with numerous in-game events across the year.

The top 10 most tweeted about games around the globe are as followed:

  1. Animal Crossing (@animalcrossing)
  2. Disney: Twisted-Wonderland (@twst_jp)
  3. Fate/Grand Order (@fgoproject)
  4. Fortnite (@FortniteGame)
  5. Among Us (@InnerSlothDevs)
  6. Fall Guys (@FallGuysGame)
  7. Final Fantasy (@FinalFantasy)
  8. Minecraft (@Minecraft)
  9. Ensemble Stars (@ensemble_stars)
  10. Apex Legends (@PlayApex)

While other notable games such as Fortnite, Apex Legends, and the Final Fantasy series have maintained their placements in the top ten selection, a few newcomers have joined the fray. Critically adored game Fall Guys managed to not only take over play sessions on console and PC but maintained a lot of discourse on Twitter. Among Us, a game that launched in 2018 but only recently found an incredible amount of success thanks to streamers and content creators, has landed in the number five spot.

Taking a quick look at esports, FaZe Clan, G2 Esports, and Loud are amongst the top 10 most tweeted about esports teams across the globe. The inaugural season of the Call of Duty League was held this year and naturally, many fans took to Twitter to discuss the season. Throughout, the top five countries discussing CLD were the US, UK, Canada, France, and Japan. Chadha also notes that of the top five countries, each had a team participating in the league.

Chadha ends off by saying that additional insights will be provided as the League of Legends World Championship concludes and we head into the final months of 2020.