Monday, 2 December 2019

Last Week's AEW And NXT Viewership Numbers Published

Following the Thanksgiving holiday, the numbers for last Wednesday's AEW Dynamite and NXT on the USA Network have finally been published by the TV analysis website, ShowBuzzDaily.com.

NXT - coming off a weekend with its TakeOver: War Games 2019 event on Saturday and Survivor Series the following night - had 810,000 viewers while its competition had 663,000.

Now that the website has confirmed the numbers, Kambi will set about grading television proposition markets for last week.

The NXT prop asked customers whether or not they the episode would have '0.85 Million or More' viewers. The winning selection in this case was the 'No', which was a 7/10 favourite over the 'Yes' at EVS.

The prop for AEW Dynamite had a higher line. It was set at '0.95 Million or More' and will obviously mean that the 'No' will win this one as well. It too was 7/10 to the EVS for 'Yes'.

A proposition which asked customers whether AEW Dynamite would record 100,000 more viewers than NXT will settle with the 'No' winning as a 9/10 outsider. If it won, 'Yes' would have paid out at 4/5.

A fourth market for Wednesday's results was a prop titled 'Up For Wednesday?' The bookmakers wanted their customers to have a wager on the combined total for both AEW and NXT to beat the 1,809,000 viewers from Wednesday 20th November.

The 27th episodes had a total of 1,473.000. Another win for the 'No'. In this market, it was a 4/5 fave.

Another prop that will also be settled now that Kambi has the complete viewership results from last week is the one that was named 'Up For The Week?' in which customers had to guess whether the total viewership numbers for  WWE Raw, AEW Dynamite, NXT and WWE Smackdown would beat the 6.536,000 from the previous week.

Last week's total was 5,918,000. This meant that the 'No' won once more. It was 19/10 over the 7/20 for the 'Yes'.

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