The mask came off and this season, which was hot in the crowd, came to an end.
The Korea Volleyball Federation (KOVO) said on the 13th, “The average viewership rating for a total of 266 games this season, 133 men’s matches (126 regular league matches, 7 postseason matches) and 133 women’s matches (126 regular league matches, 7 postseason matches) this season was 0.92 % (male 0.62%, female 1.23%).”
In detail, the average viewership ratings for the regular league recorded 0.57% for men, 1.16% for women, and 0.86% for women. Entering the playoffs and championship match, the average viewer ratings rose significantly to 1.50% for men, 2.29% for women, and 1.89% for women.
In particular, the average viewer rating for the women’s division, 1.23%, is the second highest among all V-League viewer ratings. On the 6th, the 5th game of the championship match between Heungkuk Life Insurance and Korea Expressway Corporation held at Samsan Gymnasium in Incheon achieved the highest viewership rating of 3.40%, the highest ever. The second highest viewer rating is also a postseason game between Korea Expressway Corporation and Heungkuk Life Insurance in the 2018-19 season (March 5), and recorded 2.67% at the time. 온라인카지노
The highest ratings for men this season also came from postseason games. On the 30th of last month, the third round of the championship match between Korean Air and Hyundai Capital, which took place at Gyeyang Gymnasium in Incheon, recorded an audience rating of 1.79%. The playoff match between KEPCO and Hyundai Capital (March 26), which was a game of overturning, also followed with 1.67%.
The highest viewer rating for the women’s division is 3.40%, recorded in the 5th game of the championship between Heungkuk Life Insurance and Korea Expressway Corporation on the 6th. The women’s championship match recorded 2.20% in the 1st game, 2.28% in the 2nd game, 2.32% in the 3rd game, 2.42% in the 4th game, and 3.40% in the 5th game.
Crowd numbers also returned to pre-COVID-19 pandemic levels. Compared to the 2018-19 season, the number of spectators decreased by about 2.5% to 561,445, recovering the previous figure.
The average number of spectators is 1,610 for men and 2,611 for women, exceeding the average number of spectators of more than 1,000 for the women who enjoyed ‘Kim Yeon-kyung’s special’. The highest number of spectators in a game is 3,504 people who gathered in the second leg of the men’s playoff between KEPCO and Hyundai Capital on the 26th of last month for the men’s division, and 6,125 people for the 5th game of the women’s championship match.