The 2016 League of Legends World Championship was Watched by Nearly 400 Million People
To celebrate the end of the League of Legends World Championship, Riot has released an infographic allowing us to visualize some of the impressive statistics from the event.
Most importantly, the infographic shows what we’ve all been saying—that
2016 had a few landmarks and broken records as well. Zachary ‘Sneaky’ Scuderi set a new creep score record for the World Championship during Cloud9’s Day 3 battle against Flash Wolves, scoring a CS of 690. It was also the longest series in the history of the tournament, clocking in at 252 minutes of gameplay.
The tournament itself was broadcast in over 23 places and in 18 different languages, which really highlights how extensive
There’s a lot of great information to piece together from the infographic so check out the full-size image below.