LEC continues to see growth on Twitch despite midseason lull

The LEC had its weakest Twitch viewership of the 2021 Spring Split so far in week five but still maintained its year-over-year growth on the platform.

With an average of 96,477 viewers for live coverage, the league’s main broadcast on the LEC channel dipped below 100,000 for the first time this Spring Split, according to stats from SullyGnome. But the league is still in a significantly stronger position than it was last year. In 2020, week five action on the official LEC channel averaged just 65,023 viewers.

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