Statistics from ComScore reveal that Russian search engine Yandex has climbed up to fourth space with a 2.8% share of the market, compared to Bing's 2.5%.
Google was far ahead at the top of the chart with 114.7 billion search queries and 65.2% share of the market, while China's Baidu came in second with 14.5 billion queries and an 8.2% slice of the pie.
The once-dominant Yahoo managed to secure third place with 8.6 billion queries and a 4.9% share as its gradual revival under Marissa Mayer continues.
Yandex, which received 4.8 billion queries between November and December last year, has a stranglehold on the Russian-speaking audience with a 60.7% share of all traffic in the country.
Although the English-speaking market is larger, users have more search engines to choose between than their Russian counterparts.