M4 World Championship Viewership: The event attracted the most peak viewers among mobile esports events in the last 12 months – With ECHO sweeping Blacklist International by 4-0 to win the M4 World Championship, the tournament finally concluded. This Mobile Legends: Bang Bang competition can clearly be stated as a highly successful endeavor because it attracted more viewership than last year. Let us take a look at the peak viewership numbers of the various mobile esports events held in 2022 till now.
M4 World Championship Viewership: The event attracted the most peak viewers among mobile esports events in the last 12 months
During the Upper Bracket Semifinal match between RRQ Hoshi and Blacklist International, the peak viewership of the M4 World Championship reached over 4.2 million. It broke the previous 3.19 million peak viewership record that was set during the 2022 M3 World Championship.
The entire M4 World Championship tournament was streamed for 99 hours and 20 minutes. The total hours watched by fans was around 79 million with the average concurrent viewers count being over 800,000.
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Apart from the Indonesian and Filipino fans tuning in to cheer for their favorite teams, MLBB fans worldwide also came online to see the best teams compete against each other. This record surpasses the peak viewership of any other mobile esports event held during the past 12 months. Here are some numbers for reference.
PEAK VIEWERSHIP NUMBERS OF MOBILE ESPORTS EVENTS HELD IN 2022-23
- M4 World Championship (Mobile Legends: Bang Bang) – 4,268,018
- World Series Sentosa (Free Fire) – 1,477,575
- PMGC 2022-23 (PUBG Mobile) – 851,780
- Premier League (Arena of Valor) – 596,326
- AIC 2022 (Arena of Valor) – 581,808
- World Finals 2022 (Brawl Stars) – 394,939
- World Series Bangkok (Free Fire) – 354,835
- CRL World Finals 2022 (Clash Royale) – 228,608
- Clash Worlds 2022 (Clash of Clans) – 65,694
- ICONS 2022 (League of Legends Wild Rift) – 52,235
- UNITE Worlds 2022 (Pokemon UNITE) – 46,917
- GO Worlds 2022 (Pokemon GO) – 41,351
- Champs 2022 (Call of Duty: Mobile) – 39,911
- KIC 2022 (Honor of Kings) – 9,816
- Call of the Abyss V (Identity V) – 2,596
- Critical Ops Worlds (Critical Ops) – 858
- eFOOTBALL Open (eFootball) – Played completely off-stream
From the above numbers, we can see that no mobile esports events come even close to the numbers attained by M4 World Championship. MOONTON Games has already released an organized esports roadmap for 2023.
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