The Game Awards 2019 sets record and live broadcast record
The Game Awards 2019 event, which was held on December 12, set a record of live broadcasts and live broadcasts. The figures, which increased by 50% compared to the previous year, show the strength of the gaming industry.
The Game Awards 2019 event, held at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on 12 December, was shared recently. The sixth edition of this year’s event showed a dramatic increase in live broadcasting and broke records compared to previous years.
It is stated that the number of live broadcasts which increased by 50% compared to last year exceeded 45 million this year. The importance of 2019 is more easily understood when yellow figures are analyzed. Accordingly, the number of publications within the scope of the event started in 2014; The first year was 1.9 million, 2.3 million in 2015, 3.8 million in 2016, 11.5 million in 2017, 26.2 million in 2018 and 45.2 million this year.
At The Game Awards 2019, the highest number of viewers watching broadcasts was announced at 7.5 million, including 2 million viewers connected via Youtube and Twitch.
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Game lovers showed great interest in the voting phase noted that serious increases. It is stated that the number of votes used in the registered accounts is 15.5 million and this figure has increased by 50% compared to last year.
Producer and creator Geoff Keighley, who spoke within the scope of The Game Awards, which is an indication of the point where the gaming industry has come to be, said: These figures are an indication that the game culture continues to reach game lovers in different parts of the world. ”