All that’s dominated the gaming chatter on Twitter in 2021 till now – Eagles Vine

The year 2020 saw more than 2 billion Tweets about gaming and the conversation and its no different in 2021. Between esports leagues like the Call of Duty League and VALORANT Champions Tour, to global gaming events like E3 and Summer Game Fest, there has been an 18% increase in Tweets about gaming year-on-year.
According to Twitter, gamers around the world come to the platform to discuss all of the latest happenings and trends. From new game announcements, patch notes, highlights from major esports events, bets on risky tattoos and more. A look at the countries that have Tweeted about gaming most often in 2021 so far, insights into the esports conversation, including the most Tweeted about athletes, leagues and more …
Countries Tweeting about gaming most often
United States
United Kingdom
Most-talked esports leagues (globally)
Call of Duty League (@CODLeague)
Overwatch League (@OverwatchLeague)
VALORANT Champions Tour (@VALORANTEsports)
League of Legends European Championship (@LEC)
Most-talked about esports athletes (globally)
Mongraal (@Mongraal)
Benjyfishy (@benjyfishy)
Bugha (@Bugha)
FalleN (@FalleNCS)
Scump (@scump)
mitr0 (@mitr0)
TenZ (@TenZOfficial)
Zayt (@zayt)
Rekkles (@RekklesLoL)
Clayster (@Clayster)
Most Tweeted about esports team (globally)
LOUD esports (@LOUDgg)
paiN Gaming (@paiNGamingBR)
FaZe Clan (@fazeclan)
G2 Esports (@G2esports)
Furia (@FURIA)
Flamengo Esports (@flaesports)
Team Liquid (@TeamLiquid)
Fnatic (@fnatic)
T1 (@T1)
Cloud9 (@Cloud9)

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