The latest episode of the ELEAGUE CS:GO Premier feature series set a record for the most viewed esports program on cable TV, Turner Sports announced Wednesday.
ELEAGUE aired the CS:GO Premier feature series on Friday Oct. 5. The event was aired on TBS and was seen by over 700,000 viewers, a number that shattered the previous record.
.@ELEAGUETV's latest #CSGOPremier feature series episode set a new record as the most-viewed esports program in the history of cable TV with an average of nearly 700,000 viewers: pic.twitter.com/hj4gHcgzUw— TurnerSportsPR (@TurnerSportsPR) October 9, 2018
This year's CS:GO premier was cut into a seven part series and showcased all the best moments from the tournament. The program also kicked off with an overview of CS:GO's history, and it took a closer look at the various strategic elements that go into the professional scene.
Providing commentary were retired Counter-Strike professionals turned commentators Sean "SeanGares" Gares and Jason "Moses" O'Toole. These two were joined by one of the most well-known hosts in CS:GO history, Alex "Machine" Richardson. The trio offered commentary, insight and in depth looks at the various elements going into the best moments of the CS:GO Premier 2018.
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