OMEGA League Viewership Stats
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OMEGA League ended just a couple of days ago but the buzz continues. We saw Dota worthy of The International — tense, beautiful, breathtaking, and very intriguing. The media is rattling with match reviews, memes, funny videos, and gratefulness. But the most important thing is that none of this would have happened if it were not for you, our dear, respected, and the-best-in-the-world spectators.
OMEGA League has reached sky-high viewership numbers, reaching some of the most popular DPC-ranked tournaments. In 2020, only the decisive confrontations at ESL One Los Angeles 2020 (508k viewers) and DreamLeague Leipzig Major (475k) combined more viewers. Interesting fact: the fifth in this top is WePlay! Dota 2 Tug of War: Mad Moon Grand Final.
And thanks to Esports Charts, we can now tell the exact figures. Here they are!
Team Nigma might be the most-watched team in terms of overall hours, but you just can't beat OG when speaking of the average number of viewers.
According to Esports Charts, more than 400,000 people watched the Grand Finals at its peak, 245,000 of them on Twitch. The most-watched matches of the tournament were:
- OG vs Team Secret (Grand Final)
- OG vs Nigma (Losers' Final)
- OG vs Nigma (Playoffs Day 2)
- OG vs Team Secret (Playoffs Day 4)
- Alliance vs Nigma (Playoffs Day 4)
You can watch all the VODs on our YouTube Channel.
On average, 113.7 thousand people watched the tournament and there were 15.4 million hours of broadcasted games. The peak viewership of the Russian-language stream was 129.5k people, which is slightly less than that of the English-speaking one with 144.3 thousand people.
Thanks to Esports Charts for gathering all the numbers together!