Super Smash Bros. most talked about fighting game on Twitter in 2019

Jan 08 2020 2 min read

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Twitter recently shared some 2019 statistics regarding gaming on its official blog. There were over 1.2 billion gaming-related tweets posted, which is almost 20% up from 2018.

In the "Most Talked about Video Games" category, Super Smash Bros. took the tenth position. It lists franchises and not individual titles, but it's still good to see what series of games the fighting game community talked about the most in 2019. I suspect a lot of those tweets will consist of speculation regarding the next Super Smash Bros. Ultimate DLC character. 

Also on the list are Final Fantasy and Granblue Fantasy, but both franchises have their mainline games in a different genre, RPG. The former has Dissidia Final Fantasy NT out in the wild, while the latter, Granblue Fantasy Versus will release on February 6 in Japan and at a later date in the West. 

Here are the most tweeted gaming topics of 2019:

Most Talked about Video Games

  1. Fate/Grand Order

  2. Fortnite

  3. Final Fantasy

  4. Identity V

  5. Granblue Fantasy

  6. Ensemble Stars

  7. Monster Strike

  8. PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds

  9. Minecraft

  10. Super Smash Bros.

Most Talked about Esports Teams

  1. FaZe Clan

  2. G2 Esports

  3. Cloud9

  4. Fnatic

  5. 100Thieves

  6. Team Liquid

  7. Team Solomid

  8. Flamengo

  9. Mad Lions / Splyce

  10. OpTic Gaming

Most Talked about Esports Events

  1. League of Legends Worlds 2019

  2. EVO 2019

  3. Fortnite World Cup 2019

  4. The international 2019

  5. Overwatch League 2019 Finals

  6. IEM Katowice CS:GO Major

  7. Call of Duty World Championship

  8. League of Legends Mid-Season Invitational 2019

  9. Call of Duty World League Anaheim

  10. Call of Duty World League Miami

Most Talked about Gaming Events

  1. E3 2019

  2. Tokyo Game Show 2019

  3. The Game Awards 2019

  4. Paris Games Week

  5. FGO Fest

  6. Gamescom 2019

  7. BlizzCon 2019

  8. TwitchCon 2019

  9. Tokaigi Game Party Tokyo 2019

  10. PAX East 2019

Most Talked about Gaming Personalities

  1. Tyler "Ninja" Blevins

  2. Ruben "ElRubius" Gundersen

  3. Sean "Jacksepticeye" McLaughlin

  4. Turner "Tfue" Tenney

  5. Jack "CourageJD" Dunlop

  6. Matthew "Nadeshot" Haag

  7. Imane "Pokimane" Anise

  8. Tim "TimTheTatman" Betar

  9. Ben "Dr. Lupo" Lupo

  10. Herschel "Dr. Disrespect" Beahm IV

Countries Tweeting the Most about Gaming

  1. Japan

  2. USA

  3. South Korea

  4. Thailand

  5. Brazil

  6. France

  7. Great Britain

  8. Indonesia

  9. Spain

  10. Philippines

2019 was a great year for gaming, and 2020 is already shaping up to be just as good. It’s only the second week of the year, and the FGC has already seen a couple of great tournaments like Casablanca World Fighters, Kumite in Tennessee 2020, and let’s Make Big Moves

Here’s to much more gaming news, memes, reveals, and antics on Twitter this year and the years to follow.


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