Here's How Many People Have Streamed the World Cup So Far

93 million attempts to stream were unsuccessful

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New streaming data shows that while millions of people want to tune in to the World Cup, not all of them are successful at doing so.

During the course of this week’s first 20 games, a total of 486 million attempts to stream the games were made, but 93 million of them were unsuccessful, due to streaming errors and/or slow start times, according to Conviva. Conviva is a streaming TV measurement provider that collects data from a number of streaming publishers, including those in the United States that have exclusive streaming rights to the World Cup, Fox and NBC’s Telemundo.

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