The feat took him 92 hours over the course of that week, which comes out to about 13 hours a day. About a third of it was spent playing Pharah.
In other Overwatch news, pro Korean e-sports caster Erik “DoA” Lonnquist tweeted out some intriguing stats that shed light on how Blizzard’s latest title is performing at gaming cafes in his neck of the woods. According to Lonnquist, Overwatch has crossed the 20% threshold for playtime share, a seemingly dramatic shift coming partly at League of Legends’ expense.
PC Bang share graph since Overwatch's release:
Blue – LoL
Orange – Overwatch
Gray – Sudden Attack
Yellow – Fifa pic.twitter.com/ZIU1vhcd9s
— erik lonnquist (@ggDoA) June 2, 2016
Overwatch breaks 20% in Korean PC Bang shares as LoL threatens to dip below 30% for the first time since Feb 2013. pic.twitter.com/5jUDuyVcqd
— erik lonnquist (@ggDoA) June 1, 2016