During 2022 the Second Life user daily concurrency remained pretty stable with a high peak of 55, 737 on 5th February 2022. For the rest of 2022 it did not surpass that high peak figure because the concurrency levels for Second Life slightly dropped a little by the end of 2022.
2023 Second Life user daily concurrency levels as of 8th January 2023…
- Maximum: 48, 000 to 53, 000 – (average)
- Median: 37, 000 to 42, 000 – (average)
- Minimum: 28, 000 to 30, 000 – (average)
2022 Second Life user daily concurrency levels
- Between January 2022 to March 2022 the daily maximum average was around the 55, 000 mark at peak times.
- From April 2022 to May 2022 the maximum dropped slightly to 53, 000
- Last part of 2022 remained around the 51, 000 mark
The road ahead for the rest of 2023 remains unknown for the Second Life user daily concurrency levels. Depending on the cost of living crisis (high inflation expected) and possible recession upcoming. There could be a noticeable decline in the Second Life user daily concurrency levels at some point this year. I hope it won’t be that bad and the stats recovers quickly.
Anything can happen but for now I think the Second Life user daily concurrency levels will stay the same for the next 3 months unless something big happens. From April 2023 to December 2023 there could be bumps along the road. If any big changes happen I’ll blog about it.
What do you think will happen during 2023 in terms of the Second Life user daily concurrency ?
Stay tuned for more Second Life statistics blog posts in the months ahead.