Almost immediately after “Overwatch” officially launched last year, several pornography sites saw a rather large spike in traffic with people looking for porn that was centered on the title. Despite the fact that developer #Blizzard has fought hard against that particular fan base continuing to use its console shooter in that way, a new report shows the game actually made the top 20 in search terms on #Pornhub.

Blizzard on cleanup

Soon after it was discovered that Pornhub users were looking high and low for videos featuring some of their favorite characters that could only be described as “naughty” Blizzard went to work.

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The developers have been working hard to see their product is not being used in a way that diminishes the product as a whole.

#Overwatch” videos have been getting removed right and left off the popular porn video sharing site and others of its ilk but they keep coming back. The return of those videos, new videos being made and the combination of video game and porn fans has kept the title among the most searched words. Not only did it make it into the top 20 of most searched terms last year but it almost made it into the top 10.

‘Overwatch’ both new and popular

PC Gamer has got its hands on the “2016: Year in Review” for Pornhub where the company has laid out the porn viewing habits of the site’s users all over the world. This report shows which countries have generated the most traffic over the last 12 months.

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The report even breaks down users between men and women. There were all kinds of generic terms that you might expect to see pop up in a porn search field, there were plenty of searches for “Overwatch.”

Those who are fans of the game and don’t want to see their favorite characters sullied can at least take solace in the fact that the report does not detail specific characters that might have been searched for when they were looking for some dirty time.

While some of the female characters likely got people looking for something less wholesome than a big match, it appears no one was specifically looking to see D.Va’s naughty parts. This should come as good news because there are plenty of actresses whose names did indeed show up as individual searches. While Blizzard is no doubt working hard to pull these videos down every day, don’t look for “Overwatch” to drop in the search terms any time soon. The game is only getting more popular as more people get around to actually playing it.