Accordingly, heading into the competitive season, the Call of Duty League announced the switch to Twitch from YouTube. Bearing this in mind, the CDL Stage 1 Viewership has been insane in the opening weeknd of the season – read on to learn more!
CDL Stage 1 Viewership – Twitch is Working!
Thanks to the open nature of Twitch, multiple content creators have been co-streaming all the action this past weekend.
For those unaware, this opening weekend of the seson kicked off with some online qualifier matches which will seed teams into Major One Raleigh.
Usually, these regular season matches don’t offer too much viewership. However, things are different this time around. Take a look at the viewership so far, with two more weekends of qualifiers left:
Call of Duty League 2023: Stage 1 Major Qualifiers:
- Peak Viewership: 192,943
- Average Viewership: 124,628
Just like that, this first qualifier season is in the top 6 all-time viewed Call of Duty esports events in terms of peak viewership. Here’s where it ranks:
- CDL 2020 Finals – Peak Viewership 331,558
- CWL Championship 2018 – Peak Viewership 324,086
- CDL 2022 Playoffs – Peak Viewership 275,244
- CDL Championship 2021 – Peak Viewership 238,794
- CWL Vegas – Peak Viewership 200,859
- CDL 2023: Stage 1 Major Qualifiers – Peak Viewership 192,943
We can’t wait to see how viewership carries on growing in the coming weeks!