Over 12 Million Audiences Attended Scott’s Virtual Concert
Travis Scott gave a spectacular virtual performance. It was the first time that he mounted a virtual stage to perform and he went on to break a record. According to the developer Epic Games, approximately 12.3 million concurrent players participated in the event. The concert took place inside of the Fortnite.
Record breaking virtual concert
Epic Games developer called it “an all-time record” for the battle royale game. But the number of virtual viewers of the concert will increase once the figures of other platforms start coming out. More people saw the concert outside of the Epic Games website. Streamers broadcasted the event on platforms like Twitch and YouTube.
Scott’s mini world tour
Travis Scott will give more performances in the coming week. He is on a mini-world tour with a handful of dates for the enthusiasts. And people that missed the record-breaking performance can check the date and time of upcoming events and get ready for a great weekend.
Last record of virtual performance
Last year, Marshmello made a record in virtual performance. It was reported that over 10.7 million viewers attended the Marshmello concert at that time. But it was much lesser than Scott’s record.