Garena’s game continues to show why it is one of the biggest esports titles in the world.
NS Garena’s game The 2021 Asian Championships (FFAC), to be held between November 20 and 28, peaked at more than one million viewers, according to data from E-sports chart.
Vietnam’s HQ Esports, which reached the final through the knockout round, won the $400,000 championship after seven intense matches. They get “Booyah!” for three times and pick 40 lives to win the tournament.
Viewership reached 1,089,311 on the last match of the day. The tournament’s average viewership was 357,209.
FFAC was introduced as a regional competition for Asia after cancel Garena’s game World series (FFWS) due to health concerns amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Besides FFAC, EMEA Invitational for Garena’s game was also held last weekend. The Trident clan of Russia was postponed as champions after a dominant performance, which saw them finish in the top 4 in 5/6 matches in the final round.
The EMEA Invitational had a peak viewership of 98,790, while the average viewership was 32,318, each E-sports chart. This is not surprising when Garena’s game not as popular in the Middle East and Europe as in mobile-first Asian markets.
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