World of Warcraft Classic's launch already propelled the game up the Twitch charts during its debut month. But interest seems to have persisted through the quarter.
StreamElements reports that in Q3, World of Warcraft was the third most-watched game on Twitch, just behind Fortnite and League of Legends. It beat out categories such as Just Chatting (not a game, but streamers "just chatting" with their audiences), Grand Theft Auto V, and Dota 2. Most other games held steady on the chart from Q2, though Hearthstone was replaced with Minecraft at No.9.
World of Warcraft's numbers are taken from both retail and Classic versions, though there's little doubt that Classic's launch in August is the reason for its 118% quarter-over-quarter audience growth. The top streamer for Q3, Asmongold, is primarily a World of Warcraft player. He brought in over 13 million hours watched in September, and over 28 million for the quarter.