The ALGS Split 1 Playoffs viewership has made it one of the most successful Apex Legends events of all time.

The ALGS Split 1 Playoffs are a wrap and it's safe to say that it's been one of the most exciting Apex Legends tournaments to date thanks to incredible viewership. Held in London, the ALGS featured the best players in the competitive scene and plenty of hype moments for fans to watch over and over again.

But how many tuned in to the livestream? Here's how many people viewed the ALGS Split 1 Playoffs!

ALGS Split 1 Playoffs viewership

Esports Charts has recently revealed the viewership numbers for the ALGS Split 1 Playoffs and it looks like Apex Legends is continuing to be a popular esports title.

The playoffs streamed for a total of 33 hours and 20 minutes over the weekend and had a total of 6,767,007 hours watched. The peak viewership was a healthy 542,959 and it had an average of 203,011 viewers throughout.

The majority of viewers tuned in to the Japanese and English streams. These two languages made up the majority of viewership, in fact. Most of the viewership was on Twitch, which had a peak viewership of 419,247. YouTube was second with 122,627 peak viewers, then Facebook at 1,420.

This is promising viewership after the ALGS 2022 Championship received 632,352. The ALGS Split 1 Playoffs are now the third-most viewed Apex Legends event. Here are the top five most-viewed Apex Legends events according to Esports Charts:

  • ALGS: 2022 Split 2 Playoffs
  • ALGS: 2022 Championship
  • ALGS: 2022 Split 1 Playoffs North America
  • ALGS Championship 2021 North America
  • ALGS: 2022 Split 1 Pro League - APAC North

Apex Legends is continuing to flex its muscles as a top esports game with a lot of promise. The ALGS 2023 Split 2 Pro League Qualifiers are coming February 11, 2023.

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