March was an exciting month for Twitch, with Esports making a return, the old guard holding strong, and streamers rising. The content was as plentiful as ever, and we saw a rise in viewership across the board for streamers both new and old.
As we all know, the Covid-19 pandemic has had, and continues to, have a huge impact on all of our lives. From individuals to small businesses and giant organizations, everyone has been affected in some way, and for most businesses especially, this has been an adverse impact.
However, one industry, in particular, has flourished despite Covid, and maybe even because of it, gaming and video content. Of course, this doesn’t mean everything has worked out for every business and individual involved in it, but as a whole, the market has seen a massive increase in 2020.
In late 2020, we saw the infamous console wars continue, as Sony released the PlayStation 5, while Microsoft released the Xbox Series X and S. As always, it was a battle of supremacy between the two, with both companies doing all they can to encourage gamers to join their side.