The Spanish-speaking esports organization LVP has had the best audience figures in its 11-year history.
By the end of the year, the company had a cumulative viewership of 69.8 million for all of its programs, 24% more than in 2020
In total, more than 35.8 million hours were viewed, a 45% increase from 2020.
The League of Legends Superliga, Spain’s European Regional League (ERL), drew 13 million viewers in 2021, 37% more than the data registered for 2020. As such, the Superliga also set a new record in terms of content hour consumption with 5.5 million hours viewed (+ 39%) and a new high among concurrent viewers, reaching 73,596 viewers at the big summer finale at the BigC in Barcelona – the highest in the story of a Spanish LVP competition.
The news comes after Spain’s League of Legends Superliga hit the highest attendance figures of the past year in spring 2021.
The Superliga is the second most popular ERL in LoL after France’s LFL. the According to the esports charts, the super league had 73,000 viewers in the summer of 2021, while the LFL had 183,000.
A number of new teams are playing in the Superliga for 2022, including Barcelona, which has just signed British ADC player Deadly.
The new team KOI, owned by content creator Ibai Llanos and soccer player Gerard Piqué, is also participating, as is Fnatic, who moved from the UK / Ireland / Nordics NLC to the Spanish league through a partnership with Team Queso.