jiocinema: GT vs MI match sets new world record with 2.57 crore concurrent viewers

Mumbai: Gio CinemaIPL’s official digital streaming partner, set a new world record with 2.57 crore concurrent viewers witnessing a sensational century. Shubhman Gill in the first inning of qualifying 2 IPL between 2023 Gujarati Titans and Mumbai Indians.

The previous record was held by Disney+ Hotstar, which had 2.53 crores of concurrent viewers during India vs. India. New Zealand semi-finals at the 2019 ICC World Cup.

JioCinema said its IPL 2023 presentation is constantly setting new benchmarks and breaking records almost every week during the season, a testament to cricket fans’ preference.

On April 17, 2.4 crore spectators gathered to watch CSK MS Dhoni defend against a high-octane chase from Royal Challengers Bangalore breathlessly at M. Chinnaswamy Stadium. This record came after an improvement from what was set on 12 April when peak concurrency reached 2.2 crore and again when Dhoni nearly pulled off another heist against the Rajasthan Royals.

“We are pleased to announce that JioCinema has set a groundbreaking milestone by breaking the world record for digital concurrent viewers,” said Viacom18 Sports CEO Anil Jayaraj. “This is a testament to our ongoing commitment to offering an unparalleled IPL experience to fans and viewers in every corner of the country. This achievement reinforces our commitment to delivering world-class sports events, no matter the size, and motivates us to continually push the boundaries of live sports broadcasting.”

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In addition to the exciting match, the JioCinema IPL presentation includes offers such as a free stream for all network subscribers, a 4K stream, commentary in 12 languages, and a free Jeeto Dhan Dhana Dhan contest with exciting prizes. for each match, including the car. JioCinema continues to set the global standard in the world of digital sports viewing with over 1500 crores of videos viewed in the first seven weeks of TATA IPL 2023. as the average time spent by one spectator per match reached 60 minutes. IPL 2023 on connected TV has already garnered twice as many viewers as HD TV in its first five weeks, according to JioCinema.

The platform has 26 leading brands collaborating for IPL 2023 digital streaming, including (co-sponsor) Dream11, (co-sponsor) JioMart, PhonePe, Tiago EV, Jio (associate sponsor) Appy Fizz, ET Money, CastrolTVS, Oreo, Bingo, Sting, AJIO, Haier, RuPay, Louis Philippe Jeans, Amazon, Rapido, Ultra Tech Cement, Puma, Kamla Pasand, Kingfisher Power Soda, Jindal Panther TMT Rebar, Saudi Tourism, Spotify and AMFI.