Tournaments stats , Mobile esports

PMCO Fall: The statistics of regional championships

Posted Nov 30, 2019

Mobile esports continues to please us with interesting events. PUBG Mobile Club Open - Fall Split Global Finals is one of such events. Before it ends, we will tell you about the situation regarding regional competitions.

As usual, we will talk about two key indicators: Average and Peak Viewers. The result by hours watched is not taken into account, since some tournaments have too large of a difference in airtime between them.

It’s worth starting with the fact that Asia has become the most popular region of this autumn. Competitions for this part of the planet attracted the most viewers. This happened both by the Peak Viewers and Average Viewers.

On the other hand, the rest of the world faces large problems. The failure on part of South America can be explained still, given that this continent's attention is currently aimed at the Free Fire battles. Other than that, there is little interest in the mobile version of PUBG. The fall split of the club league did not help much.

In case of the peak broadcast viewers, the gold goes to the PMCO 2019 Fall South Asia. SEA League takes the second spot. The Korean championship has the least peak viewers. It should be noted that the European championship has reached the third spot. Despite the small interest of the “old world” in mobile gaming, it still turned out to be higher as compared to many other regions.

The ranking by average viewers changes the situation. In this case, the first spot went to the PMCO 2019 Fall SEA League, and the South Asian Championship was right behind it. The smallest number of viewers was again attributed to the PUBG Mobile Street Challenge.

As a result of such a comparison, we can understand that PUBG Mobile is most interesting to the Asian audience. To be more precise, the majority of viewers can be attributed to the Indonesian and Hindi broadcasts. What's more interesting, the English-language broadcast of PMCO 2019 Fall South Asia has managed to collect more viewers than all the same language broadcasts for the remaining events of the split, together.

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