One of the nice aspects of developing a web-based game is that your players can come from nearly anywhere in the world.  As far as platforms go, the browser is about as ubiquitous as it gets, especially if you use HTML5 and JavaScript rather than Flash.

Still, Conclave’s audience hails from a surprisingly wide swath of the globe.

Map of Conclave's audience

Where Conclave’s visitors and players come from

According to Google Analytics, these are the countries you’re most likely to be playing from:

  1. U.S.
  2. Brazil
  3. Egypt
  4. United Kingdom
  5. Thailand
  6. Canada
  7. Australia
  8. Indonesia
  9. New Zealand
  10. Netherlands

This data comes from looking at internet traffic, not anything that’s personally identifiable.

I think it’s nifty that all the continents except Antarctica are represented in the top seven.  Overall, there’s almost exactly a 50/50 split between the U.S. and other countries.  That’s a pretty good showing for the non-U.S. part of the world considering that we’re based in the U.S. and have so far only been able to demo the game here.

For fun, here are the top ten cities that Google has identified:

  1. Cairo
  2. New York
  3. San Francisco
  4. Seattle
  5. London
  6. Bangkok
  7. São Paolo
  8. Los Angeles
  9. Alexandria
  10. Singapore

Although Australia isn’t represented here, Adelaide just missed the cut at #12.