DreamHack Open Cluj-Napoca had a unique viewership figure of over 25 million, the Swedish company has revealed.
The final major of 2015 came to a close on November 1, with EnVyUs scooping the top prize of $100,000 after seeing off Natus Vincere 2-0 in the grand final of the tournament.
Over the course of the event, there were over 85 million sessions across all streaming platforms, and over 25 million unique viewers tuned in, making it the second most watched CS:GO event of all time, behind ESL One Cologne, which had a global audience of 27 million people.
Viewership peaked during the final day of the event, when almost 1 million people were watching the streams simultaneously.
“Cluj-Napoca will be one of the most memorable CS:GO and event experiences in esports history,” DreamHack Business Development Director Tomas Lyckedal said in a statement.
“As we go forward, we’ll see this event as a milestone event in both DreamHack’s and PGL’s development.”
Below you can find the viewership numbers in detail, provided by DreamHack:
- Views/started streams: 85,083,044
- Unique views/visitors: 25,090,086
- Hours watched: 30,837,479
- Peak concurrent viewers: 985,052