Accordingly, this past week of VCT 2021 Stage 3 Masters Berlin took place and concluded. Indeed, as one of the top events for competitive VALORANT, viewership has been under a microscope. Read on for a concise viewership recap for this exciting event.
VCT 2021 Stage 3 Masters – Less than Reykjavik
Before proceeding, let’s take a chance to thank Esports Charts for the publically available viewership statistics.
Take a look at the standard statistics for the event:
- Peak Viewers – 811,370
- Average Viewers – 389,971
- Hours Watched – 33,407,460
- Air Time – 86 Hours
- Prize Pool: $700,000
- Venue: Offline, Verti Music Hall Berlin
And now, let’s list the statistics for VCT 2021 Stage 2 Masters Reykjavik:
- Peak Viewers: 1,085,850
- Average Viewers: 488,364
- Prize Pool: $600,000
So, as we can see, Stage 3 Masters Berlin was great though couldn’t reach the same peak as VCT Stage 2 Reykjavik.
Accordingly, the event now stands as the second most viewed esports event for competitive VALORANT. Perhaps, this could be due to the fact that one of the favourites, Sentinels, had an early and surprising exit from the event.
Regardless, the event was simply spectacular, pushing competitive VALORANT to the next level.