Overwatch League drew over 10 million viewers last week

By Stephany Nunneley, Wednesday, 17 January 2018 17:34 GMT

The Overwatch League opening day drew around 408,000 viewers, and the numbers soared over the course of the following days.

According to numbers released by Activision, last week, the Overwatch League drew in over 10 million users in the span of four days.

The figures were pulled from Twitch, MLG, and Activision’s Chinese streaming partners ZhanQi TV, NetEase CC, and Panda TV.

On Twitch and MLG alone, peak concurrent Overwatch League online viewers hit 437,000 during the day-one matchup between Dallas Fuel and Seoul Dynasty, as previously reported.


The first season of the Overwatch League runs until June, with playoffs and finals scheduled for July.

For the inaugural season, all regular-season games will take place at Blizzard Arena Los Angeles, and matches takes place each Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.

A full schedule and information about ticket sales can be found through the official Overwatch League website.

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