CS: GO has actually constantly pulled in huge viewership for significant events that feature several leading groups, and the BLAST Premier Global Final 2020 is a best example of how those numbers keep growing– even in a mostly online space.

Over the course of numerous hours today, the last day of the BLAST Premier Global Final climaxed for an online CS: GO occasion’s concurrent viewership on numerous different events.

The record was originally set during ESL Pro League Season 12 Europe when Natus Vincere and Astralis took on in the grand finals in front of 568,406 live audiences. That number was topped four various times throughout BLAST today, with Na’Vi as the connective tissue between the numbers.

The current highest mark goes to Na’Vi’s 2-1 thriller versus Team Vitality in the lower bracket finals, which peaked at 687,691 viewers, according to Esports Charts. The grand finals weren’t far behind either, as Na’Vi and Astralis clashed again, with 645,853 viewers viewing Na’Vi take the very first Major triumph of 2021.

The other two record-breakers were an outcome of Na’Vi playing Team Liquid, with a peak viewership of 569,159 for their day-two match, and 592,089 viewers enjoying when they took on in a playoff elimination game on day five.

These records are for online-only occasions and still do not come close to touching the ELEAGUE Boston Major 2018 Finals, which peaked at 1,329,096 viewers when Cloud9 and FaZe Clan faced off in the finals.