My last Second Life statistics blog post was published back in early March 2016 where I mentioned that Linden Owned regions increased slightly with private estates declining yet again. All statistics used in this blog post are from the Second Life Grid Survey for reference.
Since March 2016 Private Estates have declining further and Linden Owned regions have dropped again. Since the start of 2016 Second Life has lost 299 regions so far and if things don’t change soon then I would imagine at the end of 2016 the total amount of Main Grid regions will most likely drop down to the 23, 000 mark. It’s hard to tell if Project Sansar will have an impact on the grid numbers. The public launch of Project Sansar will be the end of the 2016 / early 2017.
In the graph below there have been some weeks with net growth for private estates which is good to see. It would be nice to see more net growth in the months ahead for Private Estates.
Second Life Regions
On 3rd January 2016
- Total number of Main Grid regions: 24, 886
- Private Estates: 17, 775
- Linden Owned: 7, 111
On 6th March 2016
- Total number of Main Grid regions: 24, 693
- Private Estates: 17, 568
- Linden Owned: 7, 125
- YTD Private Estate Net Loss: 207 regions (1.2% down)
As of 5th June 2016
- Total number of Main Grid regions: 24, 526
- Private Estates: 17, 476
- Linden Owned: 7, 050
- YTD Private Estate Net Loss: 299 regions (1.7% down)
Check out these graphs below showing the daily concurrency trends from 2009 to 2016. As you can see there have been a steady decline in daily concurrency since 2009 with various months being more than the others. Back in 2010 there was a lot of interest for Second Life with more residents logged in at any given time.
- Maximum Daily Concurrency: 50, 000 – (average)
- Minimum Daily Concurrency: 31, 000 – (average)
Click the graphs to view them larger.
Second Life Signups
As of 7th June 2016 there have been 46, 296, 629 sign ups for Second Life to date. On average there are between 10, 000 to 12, 000 new sign ups every day for Second Life.
The next Second Life Statistics will be published in September 2016.
- What do you think of the grid numbers above ?
- What do you think the future will be like ?
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