New York Times: How Discord, Born From an Obscure Game, Became a Social Hub for Young People

New York Times: How Discord, Born From an Obscure Game, Became a Social Hub for Young People. “While adults working from home flocked to Zoom, their children were downloading Discord to socialize with other young people through text and audio and video calls in groups known as servers. The platform has more than 150 million active users each month — up from 56 million in 2019 — with nearly 80 percent logging in from outside North America. It has expanded from gamers to music aficionados, students and cryptocurrency enthusiasts.”

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