Pro Wrestling League- Season 2 strengthens viewership ratings in second week
Patanjali Powervita Pro Wrestling League Season 2, which opened with much fan-fare and saw a massive viewership of 5.41 crore in its opening week has only grown bigger and better. It witnessed a jump of 22% in time spent and an increase of 10% in the week 2 of its ratings.
The time spent per game by the average viewer stood at 17min 26 seconds in the first week, which went up to 19 min and 50 seconds in the second week (TG 15+ MA, BARC). This is one of the only non-cricketing leagues that has seen such high viewership in comparison to other star studded leagues like PKL, PBL etc. The league is being broadcast live across Sony Max and Sony ESPN (HD & SD) from 7 to 9pm and also being streamed live on Sony Liv. The impressions are a measure of number of viewers at any given point of time during the telecast of the match.
On achieving these numbers, ProSportify, the organisers and promoters of Pro Wrestling League, said, "Another season and a wonderful response from the audience have only encouraged us to take the sport of Kushti to great heights. We are thankful to the enthusiasts of the sport who came forward and supported us to bring together another splendid season of Pro Wrestling League- Asli Dangal."
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