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Measuring engagement in video games


GameReach.io aims to measure how much the fans love a given game title - even before launch! Not just the critics. Not the people who collect games but never play them, but the fans.

It works by combining data points from several sources, all publicly available, and using special secret sauce to produce a score that reflects how engaged people are with a game. The database is updated weekly.

Engagement, as we define it, includes everything from people talking about the game, streaming it, and reviewing it - to playing it for hours on end.



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1888 games with an average GameReach score of 32.19

Game of the Week



A House of Thieves

A House of Thieves is Game of the Week

With a GameReach of 110.58, A House of Thieves by Kucki climbed 87.11 points since last update, making it the fastest rising title and our Game of the Week.

A House of Thieves is a level-based stealth comedy-horror game about a Thief who doesn't go shopping but instead takes his shopping list and breaks into random houses to get his things.


Top 10 of All Games

#TitleDeveloperGameReach
1Dota 2Valve Software137.04
2PhasmophobiaKinetic Games128.80
3Cyberpunk 2077Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, CD Projekt Red Studio128.42
4SizeableSander Ambroos126.05
5Stardew ValleyChucklefish119.95
6The ForestSKS Games, Endnight Studios118.11
7ValheimRichard Svensson117.05
8Sea of ThievesMicrosoft Game Studios117.03
9SmiteHi-Rez Studios115.68
10Genshin ImpactmiHoYo114.29

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A tool for game publishers, streamers, and video game marketing



Who is GameReach.io For?

  • Indie teams, who are building communities around their titles
  • Journalists, researching influential and popular video games
  • Marketers and community folks, tracking if their efforts are working
  • Streamers, YouTubers and content creators, looking for games to feature
  • Publishers, looking for indie games and teams to invest in
  • Designers, researching similar projects similar to their own

Since GameReach.io measures actual fan engagement, rather than sales and reviews, the tool is primarily aimed at industry professionals and video game content creators. The score is updated periodically, to reflect changes in how a given title is perceived, and can be used to track a title over time.

Why is it needed?

In video games, there are many variables that play into the success of a title. It is generally agreed, that building buzz and community around a new title is what makes the difference, between putting out another obscure title, and the next Big Thing.

GameReach.io is being built to quantify people's engagement, as a tool for tracking that process, and a way to measure what is popular now, and what has a long tail appeal.

GameReach.io is a Work-in-Progress



Early days

This is the very beginning! The database is 1888 games big, and the algorithm is being tweaked behind the scenes.

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If you want to know more, or would like a game entered into the database, get in touch.

Send an email to contact@GameReach.io or tweet to @GameReachIO.