Been coming to this website daily for the last 5 years. Really noticed a trend of articles that are about Non-MMORPG's. Like Warframe, Overwatch, ect. Also 1 or 2 of the top 10 stories are usually a hardware item like headphones/keyboards/mice. Heck the main story the past few days has been a review of the XBOX One X.
Why is this? Feel like the slowdown for people making MMO's has increased. I also feel like companies are paying the bills for the website and are demanding more airtime. 5 years ago we would of seen stories about the "little" guys a lot more then we have been. Games awhile back had more airtime and it was closer to 50/50 (big Budget/low budget). Now there is maybe 2-4 stories a week featuring an actual MMORPG and maybe 1 of them isn't named WoW/ESO/FFXIV/ect. Small example. Dungeons and Dragons Online. In 2017 MMORPG.com featured a story on Update 35 on March 18th. The next story on DDO was in December about the expansion release. During that 9 month block DDO had around 14-15 Major updates to include two extra raids, 4 classes having major overhauls, and the edition of about 20+ quest/instances. This website use to be a good news source for actual MMORPG's but I feel I learn much more about the MMO's out there by visiting their websites and reading their forums. DDO is just an example, but it's apparent that you only get airtime if you are either a big budget game/have some famous dev working on it/or really unique high demand (I.E. ship of heroes).