Liquipedia is an Esports wiki launched by Team Liquid back in 2011. Since then it has become one of the most established and trusted sites for accurate information about Esports and its pro scene.
The motto of Liquipedia is “Made by the esports community for the esports community.” Liquipedia contains information about esports titles, updates, and individual details like gun stats, hero stats, etc. It also plays a major role in housing information about the professional scene. Any pro player who made somewhat of a name for themselves all have a Liquipedia page dedicated to them. Information about the player like from biography, total earnings, teams he played in, to peripherals used and in-game settings.
When anyone requires any of such information, the player’s Liquipedia is often the first place fans refer to. Dota 2 has been the most viewed page of the year with 38.4% of the total views coming from that page. Even the next 3 games combined are less than Dota 2 viewership. Counter-Strike is 2nd with 17.53% contribution to total page views and PUBG comes in 3rd with 7.28%.
Also along with the viewership by game, Liquipedia has released viewership by continent. Asia had the highest viewership with 38% of the total viewers. America is a close 2nd with 31% and Europe had 30% of the viewers. A total of 700 million pages were viewed this year. This huge feat beat their last year’s views and made a new record for the page.
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