Focus on eSports 2020 Rolls Cup for up to 1 billion hours
The 2020 Rolled Cup was a competition to confirm the presence of the League of Legends as a Sports all over the world. 3.2 million people flocked to get tickets to the finals, and the total viewing time exceeded 1 billion hours.
Riot Games released the viewing records of the “2020 LoL World Championship (hereinafter referred to as the Rolled Cup)” held in Shanghai, China for five weeks from September 25 to October 31.
Celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, the League of Legends (ROL World Cup) has broken all-time high viewer ratings since the start of the competition. The average number of viewers per minute for “Play-In Stage” jumped 87.18 percent on-year to 3.6 million. The viewing time during the “Play-In” period was 160.9 million hours, up 61.76 percent from 2019. In particular, the five-week cumulative viewing time of the LOL World Cup exceeded 1 billion hours, confirming once again the keen interest of fans around the world in LoL eSports 파워볼사이트
A milestone was also born in the final. 3,205,750 people applied for tickets to have an intuition on the site of the final at Shanghai Automotive Pudong Arena, and after fierce competition, the final 6,312 spectators entered, creating a hot fever. In the final match, “Bin” Chen Zebin of the “LPL” achieved his first-ever pen-kill in the World Championship finals with Fiora. This is the first time in the history of the finals and the 12th time in the League of Legends. “Damwon Gaming” (LCK), who faced Suning in the final, lifted the LOL World Cup trophy, “Summoner’s Cup,” with an impressive play based on destructive physicals, making the Korean LoL e-Sports the potential of the world.
The final was broadcast around the world across 21 platforms in 16 languages, breaking another record since last year, with an average viewer count of 23.04 million per minute and a top simultaneous viewer count of 45.95 million.
Riot Games successfully wrapped up this season under the constraints of Corona 19, imprinting the presence of “League of Legends as Sports” around the world. In particular, experts say that the recent failure to hold a large-scale e-sports competition in the aftermath of the Corona 19 has quenched the thirst of e-sports fans.
Four new partners – Bose, Cisco, Mercedes-Benz and Spotify – have joined this year’s Rolled Cup, Red Bull, Mastercard, Oppo, Alienware, Louis Vuitton, and Louis Vuitton.
Meanwhile, the LOL World Cup was held in a single city in Shanghai to ensure a safer venue. Next year, it will be held in the form of a tour of various cities in China.