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Looks like 27 million of you watched the League of Legends 2014 World Championship

Riot has announced during the League of Legends 2014 World Championship in October, the overall total unique viewer count for the finals came in at 27 million.


That's quite a number. But wait: here's there's more numbers!

In total, across all stages, 288 million cumulative daily unique impressions were recorded, which adds up to 179 million hours watched live online across the world.

That means there were a grand total of 70 million hours online of the Season 3 World Championship watched.

During Samsung White and Royal Club's showdown, peak concurrent viewers was 11.2 million - which is up 8.7 million year-over-year.

Overall total unique viewer count for the finals came in at 27 million, down from 32 million in 2013.

Added up, fans watched an average of 67 minutes online compared to the 42 minutes average last year.

Lots of numbers there, and if you want to read up on how Riot figured it all up, head over to the official website.

Thanks, MCV.

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