Leaders Steam while online for the past 10 years.
Steam regularly tracks statistics on the number of simultaneous users in all games. This shows the success of the project on a digital platform Valve. User under the name sickgraphs has created an animated graph showing changes in the leaderboard time online in the last ten years.
In July 2009, was the leader of Counter-Strike and Counter-Strike: Source. Then the leaders were out of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, Black Ops and Football Manager 2011. Changes have occurred in November of 2011, when the top came The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. In September of 2012 became the leader of Dota 2, which has since almost always been in the top three. At the end of 2013, won second place Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, which is then retained his position in the top. In December 2015 the third place climbed Fallout 4, then this position escaped GTA V.
From June 2017, the ratings were PUBG, which has become a leader and ousted Dota 2 and CS:GO, for many months. The incredible popularity PUBG began to subside only in the spring of 2018, and then a MOBA from Valve has again taken the first place.