Statistics reveal the actual content of the game fans nail themselves to all manner of nonsense without them.
And a reduction of over 50% in try scoring rugby in RU finals indicates the level of hotness you refer to.
All it refers to is the number of tries scored, any other interpretation is purely subjective. One person may find a hard fought low scoring match where the result could go either way right up to the final whistle to be absolutely gripping, another may be easily pleased with a one sided try fest that is over as a contest after 20 minutes.
There is no correlation between regularity of scoring and entertainment, if there was then basketball would be the most popular team ball sport out there.
Jake (one of the people involved in Madrid RL) is from HK, he may have some contacts over there (it's a long shot though as he only started with the sport at Uni in the UK and I'm not sure he's been back).
Phone number is +xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, but you can get him by email through firstname.lastname@example.org