World Cup 2014 final sets a new Twitter record with 618,725 tweets per minute
Germany wins, and a new record is set on Twitter!
The World Cup final set a new Twitter record for tweets per minute for an event: 618,725 TPM (tweets per minute) at 6:37 PM Brazil time when Germany won the World Cup with a 1-0 extra time victory over Argentina on Sunday in Rio de Janeiro. The match generated a total of 32.1 million tweets.
As the match progressed, the Twitter activity varied and it shot up amazingly when Germany hit the goal. Here’s the Twitter activity mapped out with the match time:
As per Twitter data, the #GER vs #ARG #WorldCupFinal hashtags reached 618,725 tweets per minute (TPM), breaking the record set in the Germany vs Brazil match, which got 580,166 TPM. Here is a list of the players who got the most mentions in the world cup final (#worldcupfinal) tweets:
In terms of total number of tweets, the Brazil vs Germany semi-final match is still at the first position with 35.6 million while the final match hit the second highest at 32.1 million.
Memorable tweets from the 32.1 million! –
— FIFAWorldCup (@FIFAWorldCup) July 13, 2014
— Germany (@DFB_Team_EN) July 13, 2014