World Cup 2023: World Cup 2023 broke all digital and streaming records, surpassed one lakh crore live minutes.

WC 2023 Minute Records: The 2023 World Cup, held in India in November, has become the most-watched ICC event to date. This World Cup has broken the broadcast and digital records of all previous ICC events. A great record has also been created here. For the first time in any ICC tournament, the one billion live minute mark has been crossed. That means the total number of live minutes watched by total viewers has crossed one lakh crore minutes.

This was 38% more than the Cricket World Cup held in India in 2011. Compared to the last World Cup in 2019 held in England, this time it also gained 17% viewership. The final match between India and Australia alone garnered a total of 87.6 billion live minutes. This was 46% more than the 2011 World Cup final.

The ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 in India is the largest ICC event ever held, breaking records in both broadcast and digital formats 💥#CWC23 | Details 👇

– ICC (@ICC) December 27, 2023

The Indian audience contributed the most here. Indians spent 422 billion minutes on Disney+Hotstar alone. This was also 54% more than in 2011. He also got 9% more minutes compared to 2019.

The World Cup final obtained the highest number of spectators
Disney + Hotstar had decided to broadcast this World Cup for free. That means there was no subscription charge to watch the World Cup matches. This is also one of the main reasons why this World Cup attracted so many spectators. New live viewer records were also set at the same time for some matches.

The final India-Australia match attracted 59 million viewers at the same time. The semi-final between India and New Zealand was also watched simultaneously by 53 million viewers. The India vs South Africa match got 44 million viewers, the India-New Zealand group match got 43 million viewers and the India-Pakistan match got 35 million viewers.

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