The Most Popular Sansar Experiences of the Past Week (Pie Chart)

Gindipple posted the following pie chart to the official Sansar Discord channel (click on the picture to go to Flickr and see it in a larger size):

Most Popular Sansar Experiences 8 Dec 2018

Gindipple explains that the high figures for one experience, Fnatic (the green slice in the pie chart), were due to people coming into that experience to get a prize key for another game. Which might be the very first occurrence of somebody gaming the traffic figures in Sansar (a long-standing practice in Second Life).

Top five most popular Sansar experiences in the past 7 days were:

  1. Scurry Waters, by Medhue and Bagnaria
  2. Once Upon a Midnight Dream, by Solas
  3. Fnatic Media BUNKR, by the Fnatic team
  4. 2077, by C3rb3rus (more info here)
  5. No Spectators: The Art of Burning Man, by Smithsonian American Art (more info here)

So, go explore! There has been a definite increase in the number of new people visiting Sansar since it was launched on Steam this past Wednesday. And Friday night at the TurnupVR-sponsored pub crawl was amazing! Over 32 people showed up at Solas’ bar and danced, laughed and broke bottles. It was absolute chaos at times, with everybody excitedly talking over each other, and it reminded me of the early days of VRChat. I think we can say that Sansar has definitely arrived! :rofl:

So maybe—just maybe—I was wrong about Linden Lab releasing Sansar on Steam too early. We’ll see how the numbers stack up over time. We now have lots of statistics at our disposal!

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One thought on “The Most Popular Sansar Experiences of the Past Week (Pie Chart)”

  1. I logged on today for the first time in months because I wanted to be sure my viewer is working to attend the comedy show tomorrow night. It was nice to see that all the experiences weren’t empty so I checked out a few and was trolled and harassed so I left. I suspect this is the Steam effect and it’s making Sansar more like VR Chat. I don’t see that as a good thing.

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