The Orr Group, the people who own Roll20, report which roleplaying games are most popular on their virtual tabletop throughout the year.
Perhaps the biggest surprise in the 2021 Q2 Roll20 report is the re-design. D&D is still the most popular game played.
The Orr Group’s Roll20 market report puts Luke Crane the headlines again as The Burning Wheel grows faster than Apocalypse World, faster than Cyberpunk and faster than Free League’s Year Zero Engine with some dramatic shifts.
As Roll20 has shared their user base milestone, we can run some maths. We know the percentage of games users play and know the total number of users; we can convert those ratios to absolute figures.
D&D 5e once again tops the Orr Report on Roll20 games in the third quarter of 2020.
D&D 5E is the unchallenged champion with 53% of all campaigns in Roll20 using the system and 58% of all players using it.
It’s not surprising that RPGs are booming, this hobby of ours has become increasingly more fashionable. Then the combination of lockdown, presence of virtual tabletops and free video calls makes roleplaying online a clever thing to do. What might be surprising are the 10 games that have seen their online usage soar the most. Each […]
RPG news summary on the week the internet debated whether Love Magic was creepy or not, a heavy metal band released a D&D adventure, and there was one last chance to buy Adventures in Middle-earth.
In the last quarter of 2019 more people than ever were playing D&D 5e on Roll20.
The Orr Group, the company behind Roll20, have just released their latest set of stats and they show that just over half of all users play D&D.