On Wednesday 13th November Jim Tarber shared some very interesting charts of InWorldz growth from July 2010 to November 2013 on the InWorldz Forums. New updated charts on InWorldz users, regions and online concurrency which are all worth looking at. The automated recording broke in 2012 which explains the gap in the charts shared by Jim Tarber.
InWorldz soon will be reaching its next big milestone of 90, 000 registered InWorldz users and I’m sure there will be a big party to celebrate this big occasion. 100, 000 InWorldz Users I predict will be reached sometime before Easter 2014. I can’t wait to see that!
InWorldz Users chart below shows a big increase in users since July 2010 and the rates continue today at a steady pace. It does seem that there are high peaks at the start of the each year and also during the summer months on the grid of InWorldz.
InWorldz Regions chart below shows all the interesting summer peaks and autumn lulls since July 2010 which seems to be increasing every year more and more. Yay!
InWorldz Online Concurency chart shows all the low/high peaks in online concurrency since July 2010. From July 2013 to October 2013 there was a big increase again in online activity for InWorldz. Wooot!
See the InWorldz Login Screen for more stats.