Discord is an online community platform, initially created as space for gamers to communicate with one another.
While gamers retain a strong presence on Discord, the platform now boasts a wider appeal. Millions of servers are active on Discord every week, spanning fields from art to programming.
The chat startup has raised nearly half a billion dollars in total. It is now valued at $7 billion, rivaling established platforms like Reddit.
In December 2020, Discord hit a milestone of 140 million monthly active users. The active user base has doubled since 2019.
Here’s an overview of the Discord stats we’ll cover on this page:
Key Discord Stats
- Discord has 140 million monthly active users. Its active user base has doubled over the last year.
- Discord has raised a total of $483.8 million, including $100 million in its most recent funding round (Series H).
- Discord generates $130 million in annual revenue.
- Discord is currently valued at $7 billion.
- 13.5 million servers are active on Discord each week.
Discord monthly active users
Discord has 140 million monthly active users (MAUs). The platform has doubled its active user base since December 2019.
Here’s a table showing the growth in Discord MAUs since May 2019:
|Date||Monthly active users|
|May 2019||56 million|
|December 2019||70 million|
|November 2020||120 million|
|December 2020||140 million|
Average time spent on Discord
In the US, the average Discord user spends 280.6 minutes a month on the platform. That equates to nearly 5 hours per month, or 9 minutes daily.
How much has Discord raised in VC funding to date?
Discord has raised a total of $483.8 million across 9 disclosed funding rounds.
In December 2020, the latest funding round (Series H) raised $100 million. This equals the amount raised in the previous round.
We’ve charted Discord funding history since July 2012:
|Funding round, date||Deal amount|
|Seed, July 2012||$1.1 million|
|Series A, November 2013||$8.2 million|
|Series B, February 2015||$4.5 million|
|Series C, January 2016||$20 million|
|Series D, January 2017||$50 million|
|Series E, April 2018||$50 million|
|Series F, December 2018||$150 million|
|Series G, June 2020||$100 million|
|Series H, December 2020||$100 million|
How much is Discord worth?
As of the latest funding round (December 2020), Discord is worth $7 billion. Discord’s post-money valuation has doubled since the Series G round raised in June 2020.
Here’s a table with Discord’s post-money valuation since November 2013:
|November 2013||$23.34 million|
|February 2015||$48.5 million|
|January 2016||$108.42 million|
|June 2016||$282.28 million|
|January 2017||$725 million|
|April 2018||$1.65 billion|
|December 2018||$2.05 billion|
|June 2020||$3.5 billion|
|December 2020||$7 billion|
Source: CB Insights.
Discord annual revenue
Discord brings in an estimated annual revenue of $130 million. That’s an increase of 188.88% since 2019 when the company generated approximately $45 million.
How many Discord servers are there?
Each week, 13.5 million servers are active on Discord.
What are the most popular Discord servers?
YouTuber MrBeast has the most popular Discord server, boasting more than 700 thousand members.
11 Discord servers have more than 400 thousand members.
Here’s a ranking of the top 10 most popular Discord servers, sorted by the number of members:
|Server name||Number of members|
|Anime Soul Discord||476,664|
|TWO SIDE GAMERS||413,668|
|Servidor do Goularte||408,367|
Discord server conversation minutes
Discord servers host 4 billion minutes of conversation every day.
Discord usage among US teens
3% of US teenagers report that Discord is their favorite social platform.
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How many people work at Discord?
300 employees work at Discord. The average salary is $131,679. Among employees on an H1-B visa, the median salary is $180,000.
That’s it for my collection of Discord stats in 2021. The platform has taken off recently, diversifying beyond gamers to a wider audience.
Thanks in part to its user growth, Discord has doubled its valuation in six months. It will be interesting to see what the future holds for the platform.
Now I’m curious to hear from you:
Do you have any queries or remarks about any of the figures included here? Do you think something is missing from this Discord stats roundup?
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