Rugby Rugby World Cup 2019: Japan vs Scotland sets new high for viewing figures as more tournament records are broken

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The Brave Blossoms’ pulsating 28-21 win over Scotland in Yokohama has been confirmed as the most-watched live event in Japan this year, as World Rugby announced the tournament has set a number of records following the conclusion of the group stages.

An average of 39.2 million people tuned in to NHK, Japan’s national broadcaster, to watch Jamie Joseph’s men secure a first-ever quarter-final berth. 

Viewing figures peaked at 53.7m, setting a new record for 2019.

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This surpasses the previous figure set by the 38-19 win over Samoa, which claimed a peak TV audience share of 46.1 per cent.

Before that, Naomi Osaka’s Australian Open final victory over Petra Kvitova was the most-watched live event of the year.

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To date, an unprecedented 864,000 fans have also filled the tournament’s Fanzones, reflec

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