How Many People Play Call of Duty Warzone Daily in 2023?
Warzone had an estimated average of 2 million daily users in Math 2023
When this data was compiled in March 2023, COD Warzone had an estimated average of 2 million daily users. However, in-game trends may affect exactly how many people play Call of Duty Warzone daily (Active Player).
Starting in 2020, gaming giant Activision's take on the free-to-play Battle Royale model continues to enjoy a growing user base. Here are all the vital numbers that'll help you stay on top of where this game is headed.
Updated on: 27/08/2023
Essential Stats on Call of Duty: Warzone
- An average of 2 million users play Warzone daily.
- COD: Warzone had over 6 million users within 24 hours of its release
- Over 200,000 players may be online at any given time
- Warzone has over 100 million users worldwide
- Warzone has drawn over 1.6 million viewers on Twitch
- More than 22% of Warzone players worldwide are in the US
- Warzone 2 gathered over 25 million players in the first five days alone
- Over 28 billion COD: Warzone matches have been played
- Warzone players have deployed a combined number of over 26 billion parachutes.
- Warzone has witnessed over 8 billion teammates revived in-game.
- Warzone tournaments have awarded over $10 million in prize money
- Over 8 billion in-game Gulag fights recorded
- The top five tournaments account for over $1 million in prize money
- Top Warzone pro player has earned over $400,000 in prize money
An Average of 2 million users play Warzone daily.
Active daily players who log into Warzone regularly can number close to 3 million on good days. The daily count of users may increase at the start of a new season when passion and engagement are high among users. However, there are also dips in daily users that go down to 1 million sometimes.
Warzone had over 6 million users within 24 hours of its release
COD: Warzone was released by Activision back on March 10th, 2020. The first 24 hours alone attracted 6 million users worldwide. Competing titles like Fortnite took over two weeks even to reach the 10 million mark. This figure alone revealed how successful the game might become at later dates.
Over 200,000 players may be online at any given time
Warzone’s popularity is also seen in the live users racking up impressive numbers any time of the day. Live players may remain anywhere from 200,000 to 500,000, depending on the new releases or updated patches. The introduction of new skins or new seasons often sees an increase in live players.
Warzone has over 100 million users worldwide
COD's official Twitter confirmed that Warzone's user base worldwide grew to 100 million by March 21st, 2021. Given how long it's been since this update, you can expect the actual number of users to be way beyond this figure. You can expect the updated number here as soon as Activision or Call of Duty’s official handles release a confirmation.
Warzone has drawn over 1.6 million viewers on Twitch
As of December 2022, Warzone was the 7th most popular title among games streaming on Twitch, with over 1.6 million viewers. Rubbing shoulders with bigger titles like Dota 2 and Valorant that's quite the achievement for a recent Battle Royale game. However, it’s still nowhere near the 3.1 million viewers that games like LOL still attract.
More than 22% of Warzone players worldwide are in the US
Almost a quarter of the world’s Warzone players are from the United States. And it comes as no surprise, given the country's reputation for producing some great gamers. Going by 2021 numbers alone, that would bring the number of US Warzone players to over 22 million. Following far behind in second and third are China (5.8%) and the UK (4.7%).
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Warzone 2 gathered over 25 million players in the first five days alone
Warzone 2, the sequel to the initial title, garnered over 25 million players in the first five days. This news came along with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare’s achievement of being the fastest gaming title to reach the billionth mark. With this progress, Warzone 2 may well be more successful than its predecessor.
Over 28 billion COD: Warzone matches have been played
Did you know that Warzone has hosted 28.8 billion matches to date? That’s comparable to over 67 million tennis tournaments in terms of duration and magnitude. Even on a rough estimate, this figure amounts to over 38 million matches played every day since its release in 2020.
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Warzone players have deployed a combined number of over 26 billion
Here’s another fun stat for number-crunching Warzone fans. Players have deployed a total number of 26.4 billion parachutes across all games played in Warzone so far. That’s enough parachutes to cover the 9km2 area in Verdansk over 136,000 times over.
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Warzone has witnessed over 8 billion teammates revived in-game.
How many teammates have you revived during your hours in Warzone? You’ll be glad to know that all players have combined to revive their buddies over 8.1 billion times in Warzone so far. That’s more than the number of human beings who populated the earth just a year back.
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More than 230 million users played Warzone and MW II Concurrently
Call of Duty's more popular FPS title, Modern Warfare II, paired up with Warzone to rein in over 230 million users in November 2022. However, this figure dropped to about 178 million by December 2022. Also, it’s not an entirely accurate number for Warzone since it includes MW II players, which is a much more popular title among COD games.
Warzone tournaments have awarded over $10 million in prize money
Global data shows that players have competed in almost 400 Warzone tournaments combining regionals and finals. And total prize money of $10,8,69,721 has been dished out to winners at different levels. It may well have made millionaires out of exceptional gamers around the world.
Over 8 billion in-game Gulag fights recorded
The 2v2 combat-sized arena in Warzone 2 has already witnessed over 8.3 billion showdowns within its walls. That's almost the same duration as 690 boxing title fights measured across average time taken.
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The top five tournaments account for over $1 million in prize money
The biggest Warzone tournaments include Twitch Rivals: Doritos Bowl ft. COD Warzone ($230,500) and the World Series of Warzone EU Trios, NA Trios, EU Duos, and NA Duos, each offer $200,000 as prize money for its winners.
Together, they offer combined prize money of $10,0,30,500.
Top Warzone pro player has earned over $400,000 in prize money
Thomas 'Tommey' Trewren from the UK is arguably considered the most successful pro player in Warzone tournaments. He had competed in over 150 Warzone competitions and netted total earnings of about $428,485 when this data was collected.
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Warzone 2 continues growing on existing consoles and is soon to launch for mobile devices too. These stats and figures are only a glimpse of the impact the game is making on the gaming community worldwide.
Battle Royale games have gripped both hardcore enthusiasts and casual gamers in recent years. A single title like Warzone throwing up numbers like these represents how the game is evolving to meet new elements and experiences expected by its fans.
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