This is the summer 2014 Second Life statistics blog post looking back at the past 3 months to see what’s been happening in terms of grid numbers. My last statistics blog post was made on 1st April 2014 for the spring update. These are the very latest stats for Second Life and I hope you will find that stats useful for future reference. :)
- Red means a decline
- Green means a increase
- The total number of Main Grid regions is now 26, 120 – (down from 26, 165)
- The total number of Private Estates is now 19, 080 – (down from 19, 181)
- The total number of Linden Owned is now 7, 040 – (up from 6, 979)
Since 1st April 2014 the region count has been declining still on a weekly basis but there has been some good news because there has been small increases in private estates during the past 3 months. Year to date private estate losses are now 200 which represents a decline of 1%.
In April 2014 the decline was 0.5% and I predicted that the total number of main grid regions would go under 26, 000 regions mark. I also predicted that Private Estates would most likely go under 19, 000 regions mark. Both of these predictions didn’t happen. Sadly these predictions (above) will happen at some point before the end of the summer if rates continue.
Private Estates Growth
Since 1st April 2014 there has been small peaks in positive net growth of private estates. See below!
- Net growth of 15 private estates – 6th April 2014
- Net growth of 4 private estates – 16th June 2014
- Net growth of 7 private estates – 30th June 2014
SL Daily Concurrency Levels
Since 1st April 2014 the daily concurrency levels in Second Life are reaching a maximum peak of 56, 000 (down from 62, 000) and a low peak of 30, 000 (up from 29, 000). The median and mean daily concurrency has dropped down to 42, 000 (down from 45, 000 mark).
The average daily concurrency was 44,182 on 1st July 2013 and now it’s 41,791 as of 1st July 2014.
Today there are 38,680,411 total signups for Second Life (up from 37,524,063) since the beginning.
The rate of signups on a daily basis is currently between 9, 000 to 13, 000.
Next Stats Update
My next Second Life statistics blog post will be published in October 2014.
Useful Links for real-time and historical Second Life stats can be found below…