For the fourth weekend on the trot, Steam has attracted a record number of concurrent users.
As reported by SteamDB, Valve's PC games platform boasted 24.5m users at the same time on Sunday, April 4th. The exact figure is 24,535,923 people playing at once over the weekend.
The weekend before last, Valve's service was being used by 23.4m people at the same time.
Meanwhile, the number of concurrent active users playing a game on Steam hit a new high, too. On April 4th, there were 8,126,912 simultaneous players, a sizeable increase on the previous record of 7.25m users. That was set just seven days earlier on Sunday, March 29th.
This continued increase in active players on Steam is indicative of people being under lockdown due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. Many countries around the world have encouraged, or flat out told, their citizens to stay indoors in order to halt or slow the spread of the virus.
Steam isn't the only games business seeing record attention. Microsoft has said its Xbox Live, Game Pass subscription service and Mixer streaming platform have seen all-time high user figures, too.