Steam Reaches New Concurrent User Record
10.7 million people played at the same time this weekend, representing a new record.
Valve's PC digital gaming platform Steam has reached a new concurrent user milestone. According to Steam's "Stats" page, 10,761,566 people were logged in at the same time on October 18. That represents a new all-time high, surpassing 10 million in June, which was up from 9.5 million in May.
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In other recent Steam news, Valve has said it has no plans to bring advertisement to the platform. "It would be a bad business decision, let alone just dumb," Valve's Erik Johnson said.
Looking ahead, Valve hardware--including the Steam Controller, Steam Link, and Steam Machines--go on sale in November. Check out GameSpot's roundup for everything you need to know.