Professional Women’s Volleyball Remains Popular

Women’s volleyball remains popular… The men’s event also saw a 17.4% increase in spectators

In the professional volleyball 2023-2024 V-League, the women’s division enjoyed greater popularity than the men’s division.

However, the popularity of the men’s division is also on the rise.

The Korea Volleyball Federation released the 2023-2024 V League attendance and viewership figures on the 5th.

This season, a total of 264 games were played, with 132 games (126 regular league games and 6 postseason games) for both men and women. 온라인카지노

The total number of spectators for the men’s and women’s regular league and postseason games was 586,514.

This is a 4.5% increase from last season’s 561,445 people.

The number of spectators for the women’s game was 335,016, which was more than the men’s game’s 251,498.

However, KOVO emphasized, “The number of spectators in the men’s division continued to increase in each round during the regular league period, increasing by 17.4% compared to last season (214,178).”

The largest audience for one game in the 2023-2024 season was 6,170 people who attended the regular league match between Heungkuk Life Insurance and Hyundai Engineering & Construction in the women’s division held at Samsan World Gymnasium in Incheon on December 31 last year.

The largest number of people in the men’s division was 3,609 people who gathered at Jangchung Gymnasium in Seoul to watch the regular league match between Woori Card and Korean Air on February 17th.

This season’s average viewer ratings were 0.56% for the men’s division, 1.22% for the women’s division, and 0.89% overall.

The average viewer rating for both men and women decreased by 0.03% from last season’s 0.92%.

The women’s division recorded the third highest average viewer ratings of all time.

The average viewer ratings for the regular league were 0.54% for the men’s division, 1.17% for the women’s division, and 0.85% overall, but entering the postseason, they rose significantly to 0.94% for the men’s division, 2.27% for the women’s division, and 1.54% overall.

There were a total of 101 games with an average viewership rating of 1% or higher that attracted a lot of attention this season, the same as last season.