The GG.BET ICE Challenge 2020 – in numbers

DATA.BET announced itself to the esports industry by supplying the official data for a $250,000 CS:GO tournament at ICE London, produced in partnership with GG.Bet

Here are all the key numbers that you need to know from last week’s tournament.

6.45 million – The total streaming views for the GG.BET ICE Challenge 2020.

1.98 million – The total unique streaming views on Twitch, with almost 1.25 million coming from the platform’s Russian channel.

8 – The number of teams contesting the tournament – Virtus.Pro, Heroic, Natus Vincere, ENCE, GODSENT, mousesports, MAD Lions and OG.

3 – The number of days (4-6 February) across which the play-off stage – quarter finals, semi finals and final – was held at the ExCeL.

50 – The percentage of total streaming views on the final day (6 February), when only the Grand Final between mousesports and Natus Vincere took place.

32,539 – The total number of streams (79% uniques) for the tournament on 7 February – the day after the final had taken place.

$125,000 – The amount received by winners mousesports, who completed a 100% play-off record by edging the final 3-1 against Natus Vincere

$50,000 – The consolation prize for the beaten finalists. Meanwhile, 3rd and 4th (MAD Lions and GODSENT) got $25,000 apiece, 5th and 6th (OG and Virtus.Pro) walked away with $10,000 each and the bottom two teams (Heroic and ENCE) shared the remaining $5,000.

2 – The total number of maps lost by mousesports, who dropped one against MAD Lions (2-1) in the semi-final before another in the best-of-five grand final against Natus Vincere.

Tetyana Pshevlotska, Chief Business Development Officer at DATA.BET, told SBC News: “With months of hard work and dedication from our fantastic team, we’re absolutely thrilled with how popular the ICE esports tournament turned out to be, and also with the launch of DATA.BET’s esports data products.

“Its popularity among delegates surpassed even what we thought was possible. With a packed arena throughout the tournament, it was plain for all to see why esports is the fastest growing betting market on the planet.”

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