To celebrate what it’s calling Let’s Play day, online video giant YouTube on Wednesday announced the ten biggest games of all-time on the decade-old site, based on time watched.

Despite being a relative newcomer, Minecraft topped the list, beating out other household names like Grand Theft Auto, Call of Duty, FIFA, and The Sims.

Minecraft’s dominance isn’t all that surprising, given that the sandbox game has frequented YouTube popularity charts before. In 2014, Minecraft was searched on YouTube more often than Beyonce or Taylor Swift.

Check out the top ten list below, but note that YouTube didn’t provide any details on how wide the gap is between titles in terms of watchtime.

  1. Minecraft
  2. Grand Theft Auto (series)
  3. League of Legends
  4. Call of Duty (series)
  5. FIFA (series)
  6. Garry’s Mod
  7. The Sims (series)
  8. Five Nights at Freddy’s (series)
  9. Puzzles & Dragon
  10. Dota 2

YouTube also announced today that Let’s Play videos, like the ones PewDiePie releases for his 36.5 million subscribers, have together generated “billions of hours of watchtime” to date.