MLB.TV sets new record in 2022 for minutes streamed

With Aaron Judge setting the American League crowning achievement record, Albert Pujols reaching the 700 crowning achievement turning point, the Dodgers breaking their all-time franchise wins record, and Shohei Ohtani continuing his extraordinary two-way efficiency, baseball fans saw the action on MLB.TV in record style.

MLB.TV signed up over 11.5 billion minutes seen throughout the 2022 season, marking the very first time in its history the service went beyond 11 billion. This season’s overall is a +9.8% boost over in 2015’s tally of more than 10.5 billion minutes seen. MLB.TV attained the previous record in 2021 when more than 10 billion minutes was looked for the very first time ever.

The 5 most-watched video games ever and 9 of the 10 most-watched video games ever all happened in 2022. The most-watched video game in MLB.TV’s 20-year history was the Red Sox vs. the Yankees on April 8, 2022, which was Opening Day for both Clubs.

The league’s out-of-market streaming platform likewise collected the 3 most-watched days and 9 of the 10 most-watched days ever throughout the 2022 season.

Baseball fans likewise continued to take in more on-demand and shoulder shows on MLB.TV. Viewership of Big Inning, MLB.TV’s nighttime whip around program, increased +84% in minutes supervised 2021, while Minor League Baseball video games, Free Game of the Day and reveals like Carded all saw enhanced viewership and engagement.

Major League Baseball made history twenty years earlier when it livestreamed a routine season video game for the very first time on August 26, 2002. In 2003, MLB ended up being the very first expert sports league to stream a complete season of video games.

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