Riot Games’ channel is the first to ever reach one BILLION views on Twitch
- They reached the huge milestone during OpTic’s NA LCS bout against FlyQuest
- The most popular video is the Season Two Worlds final between TPA and Azubu
- League of Legends streamer Imaqtpie is also in the top 10 for Twitch views
League of Legends has long been one of the most watched esports of all time and has repeatedly broken records.
Riot Games have accumulated more views on their main Twitch channel than anyone else and have now become the first to reach the monumental milestone of 1 billion views.
The record was reached during the NA LCS stream of FlyQuest against OpTic Gaming. At the time of writing, the channel currently stands at over 1,000,450,000 views.
Riot Games’ Twitch channel has become the first ever to surpass 1 billion views on the platform
To put that into perspective, no other channel has even reach the landmark of 500 million views with the second most viewed channel clocking in at around 436m.
Former professional LoL player turned popular streaming personality Michael ‘Imaqtpie’ Santana also features in the top 10 most viewed channels with over 280m views.
The most watched video on the Riot Games’ channel is the Season Two World Championship final in which the Taipei Assassins defeated Azubu Frost in a monumental upset – drawing in over 657,000 views on its own.
Riot Games also have a second channel which has been used primarily for concurrent matches and alternative streams such as the NA LCS Player Lounge. That channel itself has accumulated an impressive 29m views.
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