Streamer Casimiro Miguel today extended his own world record for simultaneously connected devices in a YouTube live. During the first half of the game between Brazil and South Korea, for the round of 16 of the World Cup, CazéTV’s transmission registered more than 5.2 million users watching in real time.
“This is already the record in the history of YouTube, okay? YouTube sent us confirmation, it’s the biggest live in the history of the platform”, said Casimiro at 45 minutes of the first. Narrator Luis Felipe Freitas added: “YouTube confirms that the three biggest audiences in the history of the platform are from CazéTV”.
In contact with the column, YouTube said it still needed more time to consolidate today’s transmission numbers. The platform mentioned that in the duel against Switzerland, for the second round, there were almost 4.9 million users in real-time, a previous number that was later consolidated at 5.2 million by YouTube.
That is, the data recorded in real time today by the YouTube marker may still be different (and even larger) after the consolidation done normally the next day.
In addition to the number recorded on YouTube, CazéTV also reached more than 330,000 devices on Twitch, which should give today’s game a new record for football broadcasts over the internet in Brazil, with more than 5.5 million simultaneous ones.
Casimiro broadcasts the World Cup through a partnership signed between FIFA and LiveMode. The CazéTV package entitles you to one game per day live and with images, in addition to replays with short delays of other World Cup matches.
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