Eagles Break Club’s Live Streaming Viewership Record

The Eagles set the club's live streaming viewership record on July 2, 2019, in a match against Cleveland. |Daniel Herlensky
The Eagles set the club's live streaming viewership record on July 2, 2019, in a match against Cleveland. |Daniel Herlensky
The Eagles set the club’s live streaming viewership record on July 2, 2019, in a match against Cleveland. | Daniel Herlensky

Tuesday night’s Eagles’ match – a 2-1 loss to Cleveland Ambassadors – was viewed live by more than 1,650 people, a new club record for live viewers on EagleTV.

The Eagles have resources dedicated to the club’s live stream since 2017, and are one of the first WPSL clubs to do so. In 2019, Columbus has streamed nearly every one of its matches to the club’s website and on the MyCujoo app on multiple platforms.

In 2018, the Eagles’ video production unit produced videos that were viewed more than 80,000 times across all platforms, a number that Columbus is on pace to break in 2019.

The club has one WPSL match left this season – a Saturday evening matchup at Cincinnati Sirens FC. Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m. from Lakota West High School, and the match will be streamed live on the MyCujoo app and on the Eagles’ website here.

Eagles fans can also watch all the full match replays from the 2019 season on the video landing page here, and can access the club’s MyCujoo team page on the MyCujoo website or app.

The Eagles would like to thank everyone who tuned in Tuesday night to break the club’s single-match live streaming viewership record!

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