Times Internet Limited* (Indiatimes), which live streamed the matches of the recently concluded Indian Premier League (IPL) in partnership with YouTube, has reported a combined pageviews of 113 million pageviews, a 55% increase from 72 million pageviews in IPL 4. In a Tweet, Sundar Raman, the CEO of the Indian Premier League said that pageviews at IPLT20.com, the official website of the IPL, increased by 355%, although he didn't mention at absolute figure. Indiatimes claimed that the pageviews from India stood at 80 million, a 87% increase from 43 million pageviews in the last season (IPL 4). That being said, it should be noted that these are combined stats between both the channels it streamed the content on - YouTube and Indiatimes and there is currently no information on the stats of individual channels, or the split between live streaming and video on demand content. First and Last Week Stats: Responding to a query from Medianama, the company Indiatimes that it had reported 13.7 million (1,37,35,136) pageviews during the first week and 15.95 million (1,59,51, 570) pageviews during the last week of the tournament. City Wise Breakup: Bangalore reported the highest pageviews for this season, accounting for 13.6% of the total pageviews (around 15.37 million pageviews), followed by New Delhi which accounted for 13.2% of the total pageviews (around 14.91 million pageviews) and Mumbai which accounted for 9% of the total pageviews (around 10.17 million pageviews). Remaining cities in the list include Chennai (7.6%), Hyderabad (7.1%), Kolkata (6.4%), Pune (5.9%) and Ahmedabad (2.1%). In the first week, New…
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