Gamers Without Borders 2020 Dota 2 competition records almost 2 million hours enjoyed in less than 24 hours|Dot Esports
Gamers Without Borders continued its $10 million charity esports competition effort by bringing eight of the leading Dota 2 teams together for three straight days of competitors.
And throughout three days of competition and 23 hours of air time, GWP acquired 1.8 million hours enjoyed.
In comparison to other longer events, that is more than OGA Dota PIT 2020 Online: China, which ran from May 1 to 11 and had simply over one million hours viewed, and is likewise above every ESL One Los Angeles area beyond Europe/CIS. Over those three days, the competition also balanced 77,579 viewers, which puts it above WePlay! Pushka League Department 1.
And because there were only eight teams completing, the majority of the matches from the quarterfinals onward kept a high viewer retention, as they all balanced more than 100,000 viewers. The competition peaked at 167,861 audiences throughout the quarterfinal match in between OG and Nigma and nearly reached those heights once again when Natus Vincere and Group Trick clashed in the finals, hitting 161,736 for the series.
The total viewership numbers are extremely excellent for the first Dota 2 event put on by GWP, however it is practically expected thinking about all of the top European and CIS groups remained in attendance. That practically always guarantees a big viewership considering that China and EU/CIS are the 2 biggest regions in terms of Dota viewership.
Out of every stat, having the ability to pull in nearly 2 million hours viewed in under 23 hours of total broadcast is the most excellent. And ought to GWP select to pursue future fundraiser in the Dota scene, this experience needs to provide some helpful data to develop on.
Secret won the event with a 3-0 sweep of Na’Vi and contributed their $750,000 grand prize in 2 pieces, with $375,000 going to both the Gavi, The Vaccine Alliance and The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement.