InWorldz reaches 80, 000 registered signups


At 2pm SLT today InWorldz reached the 80, 000 registered users milestone which is fantastic news. It’s expected that InWorldz will reach the big 100, 000 in mid July 2014 if rates continue. Woooot!!!

80, 000+ registered signups – Congratulations!

80k inworldz users

When I joined InWorldz on 2nd September 2010 there was…

  • 12, 274 total users
  • 96 users online
  • 499 regions

InWorldz Registered Signups history since 2010…

  • “The first 1, 000 took almost a year.. the second 1, 000 just a bit over a month..”
  • 2, 000 members – 14th May 2010
  • 5, 000 members – 20th June 2010
  • 10, 000 members – 12th August 2010
  • 20, 000 members – 21st October 2010
  • 25, 000 members – 12th December 2010
  • 30, 000 members – 1st February 2011
  • 40, 000 members – 15th July 2011
  • 50, 000 members – 15th January 2012
  • 55, 000 members – 20th April 2012
  • 60, 000 members – 18th July 2012
  • 70, 000 members – 25th January 2013
  • 75, 000 members – 3rd May 2013
  • 80, 000 members – 20th July 2013

Predictions for next milestones for InWorldz:

  • 90, 000 members – January 2014
  • 100, 000 members – Mid July 2014

InWorldz Concurrency currently is around 200-300 at peak times. In general its higher this year than in previous years I think and its set to rise further in 2014+ with more interest. New peaks in InWorldz Concurrency do occur regular which is always a good sign. It’s going to be interesting to watch the numbers during the next year.

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