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USA vs. Mexico World Cup Qualifier on UniMás Draws 7.5 Million Total Viewers: Daily Soccer Report

usa mexico1 USA vs. Mexico World Cup Qualifier on UniMás Draws 7.5 Million Total Viewers: Daily Soccer Report

Tuesday night’s broadcast of USA vs Mexico on Spanish-language television in the United States drew 7.5million viewers total viewers.

The broadcast, on UniMas, ranked as the 4th most-viewed telecast ever on UniMás among both Adults 18-49 and total viewers.

In addition to the 7.5 million who watched the game on UniMas, the broadcast on ESPN was seen by an average of 2.243 million viewers. When combined, the total viewing audience for USA vs Mexico on US television was 9.7 million.

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