It’s still early in the month, but Sling is already tracking March Madness viewership on devices. So quit worrying about how much your bracket is already messed up and take a look at how the second day of the tournament went down.
- At the end of double overtime in the University of Arkansas-Little Rock game, viewership increased by nearly 350 percent compared to game tipoff.
- When a lower seed won, peak viewership was 36 percent higher.
- Thursday’s viewership was 256 percent higher than normal.
- When Providence sank the shot with 2.2 seconds left, viewership spiked by 18 percent.
- Average time viewed on a PC, Mac or mobile device was 585 percent higher than normal.