It was a full house at the FC Barcelona grounds as 92,522 spectators were in attendance to witness the Final Four of the Kings League InfoJobs. The first Final Four in the history of the Kings League InfoJobs surpassed all expectations: presidents arrived by helicopter, a record number of people wearing masks in a packed Camp Nou, as well as three unforgettable matches that saw Adri Contreras’s El Barrio crowned champion.
Not to mention, in the build-up to the final, Neymar orchestrated the kidnapping of Kings League InfoJobs president, Gerard Piqué. As ransom, the Brazilian asked for a team in the Kings League, which Piqué is keen to bring to Brazil.
The Final Four was watched by an average of 1,380,000 spectators, with a record peak for the competition of 2,163,069 tuning in.