It looks like TV is still the platform of choice for a lot of esports fans. eGG Network announced today that during the last major PUBG Mobile tournament, the PUBG Mobile World League: Season Zero (PMWL:S0) East recorded peak concurrent viewers of 233,000 with a total of 1.46 million unique viewers over the 5-week period in Malaysia. This was more than the combined English viewership of the PMWL East on the tournament’s official streams on other platforms!
Throughout the tournament duration, Astro Channel 800, eGG Network, had an average viewership of 146K, peaking at 233K concurrent viewers, with over 1.46 million unique viewers. This news comes on the back of the PMWL Finals breaking its own viewership records.
“We’re glad that PMWL was a big hit globally. We want to thank fans in Malaysia for tuning in to the tournament on eGG Network, as well as fans in the other countries where the channel is broadcasted. Having PUBG MOBILE esports on TV along with other online platforms ensures that we can reach as many fans as possible around the globe,” said Gaga Li, Esports Head of PUBG MOBILE Southeast Asia.
With PMWL:S0 East being such a hit with the Malaysian crowd, we can expect to see a lot more PUBG Mobile tournaments broadcasted on the eGG Network TV channel in the future.
Stay tuned to eGG Network for all the latest news on PUBG Mobile!