A success at the Cívitas Metropolitano for the Kings & Queens Finals
A success at the Cívitas Metropolitano for the Kings & Queens Finals
57,326 spectators were treated to over 8 hours of football and entertainment in the magnificent Cívitas Metropolitano. Around two million people also tuned in to watch the show via their own streaming devices.

The Cívitas Metropolitano welcomed an unforgettable end-of-season party for the Kings & Queens Finals, marking the second major gathering of the community a mere seven months since its creation. Six games of football interspersed with live performances in front of a live crowd of 57,326 people.

Around two million people joined the 57,326 live spectators to witness the finale, across platforms such as Twitch, YouTube, and TikTok, along with the Mediaset audience on Cuatro. The average viewership throughout the day remained close to 900,000 people.

On a record-breaking day, the newly created Queens League Oysho almost reached the peak of a million live viewers to follow the three women's matches, with an average of 600,000 viewers. During the Kings' matches, the peak reached almost two million viewers, with an average of 1.12 million across the three games. Presidents like Rivers and xBuyer also achieved figures on their respective channels that they had never achieved before.

Many came for the football but stayed for the incredible lineup of artists and performers that took to the stage. The viewers were treated to the likes of Red Bull Batalla, Carmina Veas, a motocross show, tightrope walker Nathan Paulin, Omar Montes, Milo J, Miko, Beelé, Nicki Nicole, Manuel Turizo... not to mention surprise guest, Sebastián Yatra.

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