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Multiple Artists Announced as Artists for LoL Worlds 2022 Finals

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The League of Legends World Championship will be coming to an end on November 5, 2022. As with every year, the final match of the professional 2022 season, will kick off with a huge show and this year promises to be a banger. Will it live up to the hype of the 2018 and 2019 opening ceremony 

Lil Nas X will be performing at the LoL Worlds 2022 Finals, obviously, with him having sung the anthem of the event it would make sense for him to be there, but we're getting a few more special guests on the stage. Let's go over all the artists! 

 

All Performers at the LoL World Championship Finals Opening Ceremony

As just mentioned, we aren't very surprised by the announcement of Lil Nas X. The president of League of Legends helped design a brand-new skin for the newest LoL Champion, K'Sante and he's also made quite a few changes to the game through the awkward joke videos Riot has posted, but he hasn't used his power yet to delete Yuumi completely. 

Another big name on the list of performers is none other than Rapper and Songwriter Jackson Wang who is a part of the 7-member K-pop group Got7. He made is debut back in 2014 with the Korean pop group, but the Hong Kong native has since established himself as a popular solo artist as well. Wang has also invested into the League of Legends team Victory Five back in 2020. 

Do you want to see Yuumi at Worlds again? We sure as hell don't:

These are already two huge names, but two more performers have been announced. Edda Hayes and Louis Leibfried aren't as well-known as the first two, but they helped bring the Season 12 opening theme 'The Call' to life, which hints heavily at the song being played during the finals. 

Sorry all of you K/DA lovers you'll have to wait another year for a comeback. Maybe we get a True Damage comeback for 2023? 

The finals will take place on November 5, 2022 at 4PM PT, which is 1 AM CEST on November 6. Once again all of us Europeans will have to forego sleep just to watch the most important match of the League of Legends World Championship. It better be a 5-game bloodbath.  

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