We recently wrote about some taking extensive notes during their games just to win. However, there are people who write everything down for a different purpose. This goal is to share your experiences and present various statistics.
Officially, the developers do not reveal practically anything about the number of games played, the number of people logging into Among Us every day, or information about the game itself, such as where the highest number of eliminations occurs.
What did the players themselves conclude?
A Reddit user with the nickname “Dinning” was painstakingly collecting information from his 100 games. His observations are confirmed by the players in the comments, which were nearly 800. This is a pretty good base to talk about the statistics in Among Us.
As we learn from the infographic below, in nearly half of the matches someone left practically at the beginning. Interestingly, imposters won more often than crewmats. During these 100 games, 260 votes were cast, of which 58 were incorrect, over 100 missed, and 96 correct.
The place where the most liquidations fell was “Electrician”. This is not too much of a surprise. Apart from that, “Admin” and “Korytarz” are very popular. This particular player encountered 3 cheaters – people in the comments reported that there were some more.