Valve has compiled an extensive data set for controller usage on the PC and an explanation of how PC gaming became so controller friendly in recent years. Valve has been working on Steam Input to allow gamers to remap and share controller profiles for individual games on the Steam Platform. These customization options have allowed gamers to experience PC games in new ways as even games that the developer never intended to have controller options can be configured to be used with a controller. The most shocking statistic about controller usage among PC gamers is that 30 million Steam owners use controllers and 15 million own more than one. 458,725 use a Switch Pro controller to play games while another 195,914 use a SNES controller. The number of PS4 controller owners has eclipsed the amount of Xbox One gamepad owners, but if you add groups together they still can't match the number of Xbox 360 peripheral owners. Valve has sold 1.3 million Steam controllers and Steam Input now supports over 200 controller models. The Steam Controller community plays a more diverse selection of games than other controller types, interacting with nearly twice the total number of titles compared to the next closest device. Additionally, many of these are titles without built-in controller support. We're happy to see our customers engaging with all kinds of games and will continue to improve the Steam Controller experience for our existing and future users.