Today, SK Telecom T1 and G2 Esports broke records for the 2019 League of Legends World Championship in the semifinal match. According to the Esports Charts information website, LCK’s first seed was clocked at 3,1985 M peak competitive audience in the decisive game of the series–a fantastic game 4, which saw G2 come out from behind.

The figure is not just the highest world perspective, but also for all sports. The Fortnite World Cup is second, but it’s an incredible difference— only 2.3M. With 2.1 M, Worlds 2017 is third.

That being said, the Fortnite World Cup is still beating Worlds by average competitors in 2019 (1.14 M to 958 M), although it is cautious that FNWC was an action-packed three-day event and Worlds 2019 a tournament marathon that features several slow days, including the whole playoff stage.

The 2019 Worlds are also likely to increase because the great final left is still to be played. Whilst many people viewed SKT vs. G2 as the final before the final, the end of the tournament on November 10 is sure to draw a crowd as the Western team has finally taken the Cup for the first timewO

During the semifinal match between SK Telecom T1 and G2 Esports, the 2019 League of Legends World Championship smashed spectator records today. According to the Esports charts web page, LCK’s first seed clocked at 3.985 M high concomitant viewers is the deciding game of the series— a dramatic game of game 4 with G2 from behind.

The figure is not just the largest audience high for world events, but for all sports. The Fortnite World Cup is second, but there is an amazing difference: “just” 2.3M. Worlds are 3rd with 2.1 M in 2017.

That said, the Fortnite World Cup still beats worlds by average concurrent viewers (1.14 M to 958 M), but this is followed by an alert that FNWC was an action-packed three-day affair, and Worlds 2019 is a tournament marathon of multiple days, including the whole play-in portion.

The 2019 Worlds are also likely to increase, as the great final remains to be played. While many saw the SKT vs. G2 clash as the final-in – the-final, the end of the tournament is certain to draw a crowd on November 10 as a West team finally takes the Cup for the first time realistically.

This article was sourced from Esports news, betting tips & reviews website, EsportsJunkie.com, you can find the original article at Worlds 2019 hits 3.98m breaks viewership record

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