On 19th November 2022, Twitch streamer "animematue" held one of the largest events on the platform. The football event, entitled Eleven All-Stars, was hosted in Stade Jean-Bouin in Paris, France, featuring French and Spanish content creators playing against each other, and was sponsored by Micromania, Zing, and Xbox All Access.
Eleven All-Stars was a massive success on Twitch and for the participating content creators. The football match alone did tremendously well, hosting over 20,000 fans in-stadium, rocking and cheering for teams France and Espagne. That said, these numbers are nothing compared to the number of people who tuned in on Twitch and watched from home.
Accordingly, the Twitch streamer's football match amassed a whopping 1 million concurrent viewers during the Livestream, a massive achievement for animematue and the French and Spanish streaming community. In addition, the Eleven All-Stars event reached 11,754,498 total views, making it one of the most-watched events on Twitch this year. In the end, France eventually defeated Espagne by a match score of 2:0.
To promote the event, Xbox All Access, Micromania, and Zing, alongside animematue sponsored giveaways to help broadcast the football match to more people. With the help of their sponsors, the Twitch streamer gave away four Xbox Series S consoles, five Xbox Controllers, ten Xbox Ultimate Game Pass subscriptions, and one exclusively designed Eleven All-Stars Xbox Series S.
Streamers continue to do the incredible. As French creator @AmineMaTue is hosting a France vs. Spain football match between all creators and streamers— Jake Lucky (@JakeSucky) November 19, 2022
20,000+ people are watching LIVE in Jean Bouin stadium and over 1 million watching on Twitch. Wow pic.twitter.com/J8IXPXzQxQ
That said, animematue pulled off such an amazing event, leaving fans hoping to see more football from the Twitch streamer and many others in the future. It's absolutely astonishing to see the amount of support the event had, both in-stadium and on Twitch, which goes to show that streamers can do the unbelievable, time after time.
If you'd like to see the full game, head to animematue's Twitch channel. In addition, feel free to watch the clip above, detailing the streamer's triumphant victory over Espagne.
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All featured images are courtesy of Twitch via animematue.