Realm Royale Struggling to Keep Players After Initial Success
Players are apparently losing interest in Realm Royale, as the game has lost 93% of its player base since peaking at 105K concurrent players shortly after it came to Steam. Shortly after Realm Royale first launched to early access, big streamers played it and drove a lot of interest. Now, those streamers only play it for the weekly Keemstar tournaments. The main criticism in the game’s negative reviews on Steam relate to gun balancing. Still, Hi-Rez is sticking with the game and plan to bring it to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One at some point.
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Why does Realm Royale get low viewership numbers on Twitch?
With Realm Royale throwing tournaments with all the big streamers, you'd think that it would have some pretty decent viewership numbers on Twitch. The tournaments are great, but it seems that the viewers just don't stick around once the tournament is over.
I was thinking that it could be because there's no Realm Royale celebrity yet like Shroud for PUBG or Ninja for Fortnite. The closest thing Realm has I guess would be Dyrus and he's really a League streamer.
What do you guys think?