Steam Sets New Record for Concurrent Users – Over 9.5 Million Steam Users Online Simultaneously

Steam has set another record for concurrent users, as on May 10th there were 9.5 million users online simultaneously. Steam keeps growing, showing why the PC platform is nowadays a platform that most publishers and developers want to support.

As we can see below, DOTA 2 and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive were the most popular (aka most played) games on May 10th, with DOTA 2 almost hitting one million concurrent users. Grand Theft Auto V was in third place, followed by Team Fortress 2, Football Manager 2015, Civilization V and Skyrim.

Kudos to NeoGAF’s member ‘Nzyme32‘ for reporting the news!

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