The amazing game of semi-final of the Worlds 2019, the world of League of Legends between G2 Esports and SKT surpassed own record of the video game the amount of spectators coming even impressive 3 985 757 million people.

League of Legends breaks the record again as the game with the world most watched in history. The Worlds 2019 came to more than 3.98 million people during the game between G2 Esports and SKT for the last place in the Grand Final of the world cup to be played in Paris, France.

Previously, also during this world cup, scored an impressive 2.5 million viewers for SKT vs Splyce breaking the record of the Fortnite World Cup 2019, those who had obtained 2.3 million.

G2 Esports vs SK Telecom T1 (SKT) – Semifinal Worlds 2019

These figures came during the fourth game of the series to best of 5 for the last quota of the final. The first game of the series matched the previous record of 2.5 million, the second surpassed it big with 3.1 million, while the third grew even more with 3.47 million.

The fourth and last game reached the impressive figure of 3 985 757 million people, according to reported Esports Charts, company dedicated to the collection of data of Esports.

In this way, League of Legends, continues to solidify itself as the sport electronic largest in the world. But it has become to break the record for this item has not been a surprise, since SKT has the tendency to be the protagonists of these events, because in 2017 also obtained the same record but with 2.1 million.

This year also they did so in the phase of groups exceeded two times the 2.1 million, first with Fnatic, and after that with Royal Never Give Up.

What with the removal of SKT will be able to the Worlds 2019 re-breaking the record? We will know on the 10th of November when they play the Grand Final between G2 Esports and FunPlus Phoenix.

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(Editors: Aaron ‘OmuBunta’ Villalobos)