Qwilt, a company that provides video caching services to content creators, has revealed the top five websites that use most bandwidth for video streaming and the WWE Network has jumped to second place just two months after it made its debut back on February 24.
The top spot was taken by Twitch with 43.6% of the share. Twitch is the world’s leading video platform and community for gamers with more than 45 million visitors per month. WWE came second with 17.7%, which is pretty impressive when you think it surpassed UStream, which has 10.9%, MLB.COM, which has 7.2%, and ESPN which has 6.3%.
The statistics are based on all live streaming sites in the United States by volume of traffic.