Even though it has a huge year coming up with Steam Machines and a controller enabled by a peculiar touchpad design, Valve’s original Steam service continues to grow in its tenth year of operation.

The company has confirmed that it now has 65 million active accounts, a number that has grown 30 percent since this point in the previous year. This includes veteran accounts as well as new sign-ups.

Approximately six million users are on the service simultaneously per day, according to the company, with the most popular title as of late being Valve’s own MMO adventure Dota 2.

A number of services have contributed to Steam’s success over the years, including the TV-compatible Big Picture Mode, as well as the introduction of a trading card system and the ability to share games across multiple accounts with Family Sharing.

Source: Game Informer