Recently, Gwent: The Witcher Card Game carried out its World Masters Season 1 Finals of 2021 from 5th to 6th June. People witnessed one of the most legendary esports tournament where the top 8 best players of Season 1 participated. The tourney was accompanied by a whopping $250,000 prize money.
If you’re not familiar with GWENT Masters, it is the official Esports Tournament of the GWENT: The Witcher Card Game, that assembles the top and selected players from all around the globe. To reach the finals, players have to tackle the GWENT Qualifiers and GWENT Open.
As the tournament has concluded, we have decided to come up with a thorough analysis of the tournament. Our analysis consists of a detailed breakdown of GWENT World Masters Season 1. Now, without any further ado, let’s take a look at it.
Most Popular Matches of GWENT World Masters Season 1
The most popular match in the entire Season 1 tournament was the quarter-finals which were fought between Lifecoach and Tailbot. The match managed to collect 24K Peak Viewers. Astonishingly, the final between Freddybabes and Adzikov didn’t create that much hype among the players as it got fewer views than the quarter-final match. The difference is merely 1.10% in Peak Viewers between them.
Talking about the bottom place holders, the matches are finals fought between Lifecoach vs Kolemoen and Freddybabes vs Kolemoen, which collected 22K and 21K Peak Viewers respectively. To summarise, the best match in this entire season was witnessed in the semi-finals of the tournament.
Most Popular Teams of GWENT World Masters Season 1
In this section, we will discuss the most popular teams in the Season 1 of the tournament in terms of Average Viewers. So, to start with, we have magpie131, of Moldova who has bagged the first position with nearly 23K Average Viewers.
Followed by, Tailbot of Poland, with 22K Average Viewers. And jumping to the last position in the chart, we have Kolemoen, from Germany with 20K Average Viewers. If we look at the popular matches, Kolemoen’s matches did exceptionally well, so his team popularity is pretty justified.
Languages Popularity in GWENT World Masters Season 1
It is obvious to see diverse languages in a tournament where teams from multiple regions are participating. So, to clear the language preference or usage, we have the breakdown for it as well. As we can see, out of 345.1K Hours Watched, English is widely preferred with 80.6% of the total Hours Watched. Followed by 12.5% in Russian, 3.5% and 3.4% Hours Watched in Polish and other languages respectively.
By looking at the overall statistics, there were 25K Peak Viewers and 20K Average Viewers in real-time.
Tournament Viewership Comparison
A few weeks ago, Hearthstone’s Grandmasters Season 2021 concluded and we already have a detailed analysis for the same. Hearthstone’s tournament was carried out in three regions. In this comparison section, we will compare both Grandmasters Season 2021 with GWENT World Masters Season 1.
Hearthstone tournament wins over Gwent Masters while considering Hours Watched as it is clearly visible that it had three regions in total and also has more Air Time. And GWENT World Masters Season 1 straightaway wins over all the three regions of Hearthstone’s tournament when Peak Viewers and Average Viewers are taken into consideration.
That’s all for the analysis and discussion on GWENT World Masters Season 1. Keep visiting us for more detailed stats and precise analysis of various esports tournament.
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