NEW YORK (AP) — The United States’ 1-0 win over Iran to qualify for the knockout rounds of the World Cup was watched by nearly 15.5 million people on US English and Spanish broadcasts and digital streams. was seen
The match, which kicked off at 2pm on Tuesday, was watched by 12,013,000 people on Fox and included 954,004 digital streams, making it the network’s most World Cup match. This was his 521,715 streams on Black Friday when the United States and England drew 0-0, and his 511,822 streams in the United States’ first match against Wales on 21 November in his 1-1 draw. increased from
Tuesday’s Spanish-language telecast was watched by 2.34 million viewers on Telemundo, with an additional 1.12 million viewers on Telemundo digital and Peacock.
That’s a 10% increase from ESPN’s 3-game average of 10,622,000 in 2014, while the US Group Stage 3-game average was 11.7 million.
20.6 million viewers watched the Black Friday game between the United States and Great Britain in English and Spanish, including broadcast and digital.
According to Nielsen, the match was watched by 18,730,350 people on English and Spanish television in the United States, making it the second most-watched U.S. World Cup since 1994, behind only Portugal’s 2-2 draw with 19,757,173 viewers. It’s a cup match. He was also the fourth most watched men’s World Cup match played by any team since 1994.
The Black Friday game attracted 15,490,597 people, making it the most televised English-language broadcast of a US Men’s World Cup match dating back to 1994.
Additionally, the game was streamed by 521,715 people in English on Fox and 1.27 million people on Telemundo and Peacock in Spanish.
11.7 million watched by 11.7 million people.
Telemundo and Peacock are divisions of NBCUniversal owned by Comcast Corp.
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