Steam has just revealed a load of fresh stats concerning the popularity of the gaming platform, showing that it has way more users than Xbox Live – and almost as many as PlayStation Network (PSN).
According to the statistics revealed by Valve at the Casual Connect event in Seattle, Steam has 33 million daily active players, and no less than 67 million monthly active players (i.e. players who dive into a game at least once per month).
The latter figure eclipses Xbox Live’s 53 million monthly active players, and comes very close to PSN which has around 70 million.
There’s certainly a thriving PC gaming community here, although that’s nothing we …
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