Twitter: online buzz of U.S. sports events 2015

Most popular sports events in 2015, sorted by impressions (in millions)

Twitter: online buzz of U.S. sports events 2015 This statistic shows leading U.S. sports events on Twitter ranked by average unique audience during 2015, sorted by number of impressions. During this period of time, tweets regarding the 2015 NBA Finals were seen 360.83 million times. The Super Bowl XLIX was ranked first with over 2 billion Twitter impressions during the broadcast.
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Most popular sports events in 2015, sorted by impressions (in millions)

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Number of impressions in millions
Super Bowl XLIX (NBC)2,050.16
Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Manny Pacquiao (Pay-per-view)491.6
2015 National Championship: Ohio State vs. Oregon399.45
2015 NBA Finals: Golden State Warriors at Cleveland Cavaliers (ABC)360.83
2015 FIFA Women's World Cup: United States vs. Japan (FOX)322.81
NFC Divisional Playoff: Dallas Cowboys at Green Bay Packers (FOX)299.94
2015 NCAA Basketball Tournament: Duke vs. Wisconsin (CBS) 276.86
Rose Bowl: Florida State vs. Oregon275.41
NFC Championship: Green Bay Packers at Seattle Seahawks (FOX)258.74
NFL Football: AFC Championship (CBS)193.45
Number of impressions in millions
Super Bowl XLIX (NBC)2,050.16
Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Manny Pacquiao (Pay-per-view)491.6
2015 National Championship: Ohio State vs. Oregon399.45
2015 NBA Finals: Golden State Warriors at Cleveland Cavaliers (ABC)360.83
2015 FIFA Women's World Cup: United States vs. Japan (FOX)322.81
NFC Divisional Playoff: Dallas Cowboys at Green Bay Packers (FOX)299.94
2015 NCAA Basketball Tournament: Duke vs. Wisconsin (CBS) 276.86
Rose Bowl: Florida State vs. Oregon275.41
NFC Championship: Green Bay Packers at Seattle Seahawks (FOX)258.74
NFL Football: AFC Championship (CBS)193.45
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This statistic shows leading U.S. sports events on Twitter ranked by average unique audience during 2015, sorted by number of impressions. During this period of time, tweets regarding the 2015 NBA Finals were seen 360.83 million times. The Super Bowl XLIX was ranked first with over 2 billion Twitter impressions during the broadcast.
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