This weekend saw one of Valve’s games hit a milestone on Steam.

Valve’s free-to-play MOBA, Dota 2, became the first game on Steam to hit 1 million concurrent players this weekend.

GameSpot reported on the milestone yesterday, which showed that at it’s peak the game pulled in 1,075,464 players. Today doesn’t differ too much, with a peak of 1,060,082 players currently.

You can see the current statistics from Steam, at the time of writing, below. Dota 2 is clearly the most popular game, overshadowing the second most popular, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, by well over half a million players at peak times.

Impressive numbers, no? Well, if you want to compare Dota 2 to another MOBA, just look at Riot Games’ League of Legends, which trumps them all with a reported 7.5 million players a peak times in the day.

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