December 11th, 2019 | Updated on June 9th, 2020
When it comes to topmost gaming conversations in the year 2019, then Fortnite is the winner. But there is one game which is a sure shot winner in the entire thing and that is Minecraft.
Minecraft is a known name in the YouTube circles. The game is all about making structures and the narratives which involve creating a world inside the same.
YouTube strategist and creator Matthew Patrick examined the Minecraft phenomena on YouTube years ago and thus this makes for the global phenomena for 100 million active monthly players.
In the year 2019, Minecraft surpassed Fortnite as one of the most searched games on YouTube since it’s inception in the year 2017. The entire YouTube community is now working on Minecraft having a hit moment.
But as they say, there is a major difference between a game trending and then a game talked about. But you will be amazed to know that Minecraft here has ticked away all the correct boxes.
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The fact is that no one has touched Minecraft here and no one will be able to touch the same even in the future times to come. This is a true game that has been winning hearts all together.
“Minecraft” has sold more than 100 million copies worldwide giving it one of the largest player-bases on the planet. “Minecraft” celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2019, leading popular YouTube creators like PewDiePie back to the game for the first time in years.
YouTube has helped “Minecraft” flourish by giving players an ideal way to share their creations, and “Minecraft” has helped some of YouTube’s biggest stars find their following.
2. Mobile Legends: Bang Bang
“Mobile Legends: Bang Bang” is a 5-on-5 battle arena game designed specifically for phones. While it’s not too popular in North America, the game has taken Asia by storm and is considered a competitive esport.
Fans of the game watch professional matches and the game’s creators use YouTube to curate strategy guides and highlight videos on the “Mobile Legends” official website.
3. Brawl Stars
“Brawl Stars” is a popular mobile game for players of all ages, from the creators of “Clash of Clans.”
YouTube videos can provide viewers with key strategies to help them get better at the game and unlock more rewards.
4. PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds
“PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds” is a battle royale shooter pitting 100 players against each other on a huge island. The tense, 15-to-2o-minute rounds make for great drama on YouTube as players eliminate each other one by one.
5. League Of Legends
Millions of people play “League of Legends” every day. and the game has become one of the premier esports.
With competitive matches that can last more than an hour, fans of “LoL” can rack up dozens of hours in watch time during a single event.
6. PUBG Mobile
Unlike “Fortnite,” the mobile version of “PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds” plays differently than the version on PC and consoles.
That doesn’t make it any less popular — “PUBG Mobile” has its own dedicated following and YouTubers pumping out videos.
“Roblox” is a creative platform that lets players design and customizes their own games. YouTube is the perfect place for “Roblox” players to show off their creations and build dedicated communities.
8. Garena Free Fire
“Garena Free Fire” is a battle royale game designed for mobile phones. “Garena Free Fire” has earned a dedicated following of players with the gameplay the feels more like a standard shooting game than “Fortnite.”
9. Grand Theft Auto V
Released in 2013, “Grand Theft Auto V” is one of the best-selling games of all-time and continues to entertain fans with tons of updates.
The game’s outrageous open-world, online multiplayer modes, and customizable PC version keep it at the top of the YouTube charts.
“Fortnite” continued its reign as the world’s most popular video game in 2019, even if it wasn’t the most-watched on YouTube.
The game played host to a massive in-game concert performed by DJ Marshmello, which was watched more than 44 million times on YouTube.