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Phenomena 2020: how success in CS:GO helped NAVI to become 2nd most popular esports club in the world

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Phenomena 2020: how success in CS:GO helped NAVI to become 2nd most popular esports club in the world

Perhaps the main revelation of 2020 among esports organizations was Natus Vincere. The club had a remarkable season and became the second most popular organization in the world, only behind G2 Esports. In addition, Ukrainian multigaming showed an extremely strong growth in hours watched on streaming services — this number increased 1.7 times in a year! Esports Charts analyzed the success of NAVI and talked with the organization’s COO Alexey "xaoc" Kucherov about the new Dota 2 roster, victories in CS:GO and mastering mobile esports disciplines.

Two records in two days — viewership statistics for BLAST Premier: Global Final

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Two records in two days — viewership statistics for BLAST Premier: Global Final

January 24 marked the end of the BLAST Premier 2020. The final event became the most popular online tournament in CS:GO history, and Peak Viewers record was updated twice! Read everything about the championship's accomplishments and how it was impacted by the overall popularity of Natus Vincere in the new Esports Charts’ article.

Esports Charts becomes an ESIC Data Partner

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Esports Charts becomes an ESIC Data Partner

Esports Charts has announced its Data Partnership with Esports Integrity Commission (ESIC). This partnership signals a new trajectory for both organizations who will collaborate to develop a more sophisticated understanding of industry trends and behaviors.

Smash Summit 10 Online: viewership & audience review

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Smash Summit 10 Online: viewership & audience review

The anniversary Smash Summit 10 event took place during November 19-22nd. The pandemic causes the organizers to switch the tournament to an online format, but did this have a beneficial impact on statistics? Esports Charts will tell you how the tenth tournament dealt with the new realities for esports and who are the fans of Super Smash Bros. Melee.

Top esports organizations of 2020

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Top esports organizations of 2020

Esports was going through a tough time during the pandemic. But did any of the organizations take advantage of the situation? Esports Charts presents the ranking of the most popular esports clubs in the world and explains why Liquid lost its leadership, why NAVI rose rapidly, and which team set the record for peak viewers of the year.

Was SMITE esports comeback to Twitch successful?

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Was SMITE esports comeback to Twitch successful?

January is the month of world championships in various esports disciplines, including SMITE. The tournament featured 20 teams from Europe and North America, who competed for $600,000. The champions were the Pittsburgh Knights, who defeated Ghost Gaming in the final. And how many people have followed the tournament since it returned to Twitch? You can find the answer in the new Esports Charts material.

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