Telemundo is Hitting World Cup Milestones Both On and Off the Pitch
Telemundo’s presentation of the Mexico-Germany World Cup game registered numerous milestones both on and off the pitch. The match, which Mexico won 1-0, marks:
Mexico’s World Cup victory over Germany on Sunday averaged a Total Audience Delivery of 7.4 million viewers across Telemundo, TelemundoDeportes.com, and the Telemundo En Vivo and NBC Sports apps, according to live plus same day fast national data released today by Nielsen, and digital data from Adobe Analytics.
Telemundo’s TV-only viewership average for Mexico-Germany (10:30 a.m.-1 p.m. ET) of 6.56 million viewer, topping any World Cup group stage match on Spanish-language TV and any Mexico World Cup group stage match in any language on any network.
Television-only viewership of the match peaked at 8.0 million viewers from 12:30-12:45 p.m. ET.
The match also ranks as the sixth most-watched World Cup match ever on Spanish-language TV (375 matches through Sunday, including World Cup finals, since 1994).
Telemundo’s Sunday coverage from 6 a.m.-5 p.m. ET averaged 3.7 million television viewers ranking as the most-watched Sunday daytime in Telemundo history and more than tripling the prior record, set during the 2017 Confederations Cup (1.1 million on 6/18/17).
Telemundo Deportes’ digital presentation of Mexico-Germany is the most livestreamed event in Telemundo history and is pacing to be the largest livestreaming event in Spanish-language historywith 1.1 million livestream uniques.