Group G, which belongs to Brazil, debuted at the World Cup this Thursday morning (24th), with Switzerland’s 1-0 victory over Cameroon, a goal scored by striker Breel Embolo, who, curiously, was born in Cameroon. and subsequently naturalized Swiss. It was the first time in the entire history of the World Cup that a player scored a goal against the country in which he was born.
On the National Television Panel (PNT), the match reached an average of 14 points with a 50% share of the connected TVs. There were 5 points more in relation to the time slot (7 am to 9 am) on a normal Thursday, which means an increase of 56%.
In São Paulo, the game had an average of 13 points with 46% participation. There were 4 points more in relation to the time slot, which corresponds to a growth of 44%. According to Kantar Ibope Mediaeach audience point is equivalent to 74,666 households or 205,755 viewers in Greater São Paulo.
In Rio de Janeiro, the match reached an average of 15 points with 51% participation. The transmission gained 2 points more in relation to the time slot, which means an increase of 15%. According to the research institute, each point represents 47,601 households or 124,692 people in Rio de Janeiro.