Liga MX Femenil: The final between Rayadas and Tigres of the Liga MX Femenil broke the record of viewers via streaming

In a historical event for him Mexican women’s soccer, the grand final between Tigres de la UANL and Rayadas de Monterey, had the highest number of viewers via streaming with a total of 36,843 viewers.

This was announced by the MX League through a statement. The publication of Tigres on Facebook, in which the game was broadcast, reached 146 thousand 505 people.

This means 26 percent compared to the final last between Tigres and Chivas from Guadalajara.

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On the official Facebook pages of Liga MX and the Liga MX Women 566 thousand viewers were reached at various times during the broadcast.

“Women’s soccer is a sport that continues to grow, whose development has been enhanced, and proof of this is the level and the audience of the Liga MX Femenil. With all pride we can say that one of the examples of fans, women’s soccer, is that of Monterrey ”, said Mikel Arriola, executive president of Liga MX.

This final not only set the record for audience numbers via streaming, but also set a new attendance record in a Liga MX Femenil final in its short history in Mexico.

The Final Regia also broke a record in attendees for a final match in the women’s category: 36,843 spectators were at the University Stadium.

Sports editor in Los Mochis, in charge of the sports agenda of the municipality of Ahome as well as national and international sports such as major leagues, NBA, NFL, Mexican soccer, Champions League and other international European soccer leagues. Graduated from the Universidad de Occidente Los Mochis campus in Communication Sciences, graduated in English from the University of Arizona Phoenix campus, successfully attended the digital sports journalism workshop at the University of Guadalajara. Mexicana del Pacífico attending the 2019 final between Charros and Yaquis, as well as the Play offs of the Pacific Coast Basketball Circuit. He has 10 years in the company EL DEBATE of which seven he has served as a sports editor.

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