The creator of “League of Legends”, Riot Games’ Twitch channel succeeds in reaching one billion views for the first time in history on the streaming platform. Twitch; which is a popular video game streaming platform used by several eSports competitions and common players is the first twitch channel to cross 1 billion views. Twitch is a seven years old platform, to the first debut in June 2011, and since then the channel took seven long years to draw off over 1 billion views, and finally, that moment happened during the Summer Split, League of Legends on Sunday. To notify about just the outline idea, it holds the Riot Games channel latest crossing double the views with second-highest number, of the channel.
Riot Games is the creator of LoL (League of Legends); a highly popular MOBA (multiplayer online battle arena) video game that was first launched on 27th Oct. 2009. It ranks routinely one of the most streamed channels of Twitch. The milestone achieved by the company happened during a match between FlyQuest and OpTic gaming on 24th June, Sunday that kicked off the second day of week two in the North American Summer Split LCS 2018. The channel was developed back in 2013 that currently cherish 2.95 million followers. The views that happened racked up over a lifetime of the channel. The channel cablecasts games across European regions and the NA, along with matches from international competitions such as; World Championship and Mid-season Invitational. Earlier it even broadcasted games from LCK of Korea that now being broadcasted by OnGameNet. Korean games may drawback to the Riot Channel holding decision from Riot Korea for broadcasting the LCK itself and even the declaration of League Park, which is a new studio in Seoul.
If compared, another popular Ninja, Drake-befriending Fortnite streamer now resting at a total view of 228 million. If considering on the side of the TV, the Superbowl of this year routines to be one of the most watched events drawing 103 million viewers, on the American TV.