Facebook Gaming experienced significant growth in the second quarter of 2020, according to a new report from StreamElements and Arsenal.gg, a live streaming data and analytics platform.The number of hours watched on Facebook Gaming increased by 75% in the second quarter of 2020 from the first quarter, reaching a peak of 342 million hours watched in May. When comparing June 2019 (111 million hours watched) to June 2020 (334 million hours watched), the platform experienced 200% growth. StreamElements, Arsenal.gg As a comparison, Amazon’s Twitch also had a great second quarter, experiencing 56% quarter-over-quarter growth. Twitch reached over 5 billion hours watched in Q2, peaking at 1.8 billion in April. StreamElements, Arsenal.gg Vivek Sharma, vice president of product for Facebook Gaming, said in a statement, “In the past year, we’ve reached milestone watch hours at Facebook Gaming and have continued to see our community grow. Investing in gaming is a priority for us because gaming keeps supportive communities around the world connected. With community at the heart of Facebook Gaming, and a significant driver of our growth, we’re always working to deliver the best in gaming to our audience while enhancing our platform to empower gaming creators to earn the most from their content.”To view StreamElements’ full report, click here.