VCT Sport Changers 2023 set new viewership document with Shopify Rise up’s trophy raise

VCT Sport Changers has set a brand new viewership document of its type with Shopify Rise up’s trophy raise towards Workforce Liquid Brazil.

2023’s VCT Sport Changers has wrapped up, and with its conclusion, NA’s long-awaited dominance within the GC Championships has come to fruition.

In 2022, Cloud 9 White, who makes up a great portion of Shopify Rise up’s roster, was highlighted as the perfect staff coming in, nevertheless, fell at third place that yr. Nonetheless, with Shopify placing collectively a who’s who of NA Sport Changers stars, it was inevitable they’d win, finally. 

Now, that point has come. Shopify’s trophy raise towards Workforce Liquid Brazil on house soil being such a historic second it helped set a brand new viewership document for Sport Changers. 

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In accordance with Esports Charts, the Grand Finals at its peak viewership had 279,248 viewers, making it essentially the most seen VCT Sport Changers match of all time. 

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Much more unbelievable, the highest 5 most-watched matches within the match have been all Workforce Liquid matches as Brazil confirmed up in full pressure to assist their representatives. 

This new peak viewership document beats final yr’s Grand Finals when Shopify misplaced towards G2 Gozen, which amassed 239,334 viewers at its apex. 

And within the Grand Finals that went to all 5 maps in a back-and-forth sequence, Shopify’s Ava “florescent” Eugene netted the MVP award whereas dropping 112 kills within the sequence, a world document for worldwide VCT LANs. 

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All through the match, Workforce Liquid needed to undergo the gauntlet of a decrease bracket run after being put down by G2 on their first day. It was within the decrease bracket the place they eradicated EMEA’s, NA’s, and APAC’s first seeds, and bought their revenge on G2 on the decrease bracket ultimate. 

The reigning champs G2 went out in third, nevertheless, had a great run after a number of roster shifts and an EMEA Stage 3 loss that introduced doubt on their efficiency.

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