Mobile Legends Bang Bang aka MLBB has broken another spectator view record. In the recent 31st SEA Games Mobile Legends was able to grab an astonishing 2.2 million concurrent views. This again proves the immense popularity of the game in the SEA region.
Mobile Legends gets record views in the 31st SEA Games finals
MLBB has been the most viewed mobile game in 2021 with more than 386.8 million hours watched. Now holding up the viewership success again in the latest SEA Games which was the 31st edition of the event, MLBB was able to clutch a 2.2 million peak views. Surprising as per stat this was 10x of the last year’s concurrent view in the 30th SEA Games. The average viewer was 612,083 in the event for MLBB this year. This year the high traffic view came from the final match between Team Philippines and Team Indonesia.
Both of the teams were full of top MLBB professional players from Blacklist International (M3 Champions), EVOS Legends, RRQ Hoshi, and ONIC Esports. In the team Team Philippines aka SIBOL Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, mentionable veteran players were Johnmar “PHI VILLALUNA” Villaluna as team captain, together with Danerie “PHI DEL ROSARIO” Del Rosario, Salic “Hadji” Imam, and Dexter “PHI ALABA” Alaba. In the Indonesian team, there were some household names of the MLBB pro scene such as Alberttt, Kiboy, CW, R7, VYN, and SANZ.
The match was a best of 5 matches which the Philipino team won 3-1. The match reached peak viewers of 2,217,170 viewers. While crossing the previous record with a total blower the tournament repeated the same champion from the last time. In the 30th edition of the SEA Games Team Philippines beat the same opponent which means Team Indonesia. The score in that match was 3-2 for the Philippines.
Mobile Legends stood out from the rest at SEA Games
The SEA Games included esports events in the 30th Southeast Asian Games which was in the Philippines. The latest edition was hosted in Hanoi, Vietnam. There were events from some other games such as League of Legends Wild Rift, FIFA Online 4, Free Fire, and PUBG Mobile, apart from Mobile Legends: Bang Bang. Among them, we can say that Mobile Legends has been a standout with 2.2 million peak concurrent views in the 31st SEA Games. With the recent M3 massive view count and the success story in the 31st SEA Games, it will be a matter of great interest to see if MLBB can hold this success rate climbing or not in the next tournaments.
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