The LoL Worlds 2023 are just around the corner, but where can you watch the main event other than the LoL website? Well, there are a bunch of official co-streams as well!
The 2023 League of Legends World Championship in South Korea is going to be one of the biggest events of the year. With hundreds and thousands of people tuning in to watch the biggest and best teams from around the world, there are quite a lot of streams to choose from.
This year, just like last year, Riot will also allow official co-streams. This year they're even letting more people in on it than previously, but who can you watch and in which languages will the co-streams be available?
Worlds 2023: Co-Streaming Available Once More
Just like last year, Riot will be allowing specific members of the community to co-stream the League of Legends World Championship. This year, quite a lot of names have been added to the list but with the success of co-streaming throughout the years this isn't much of a surprise.
So, who can you watch this year?
All Official LoL Worlds 2023 Co-Streams
So there are live streams in any language you can imagine. Riot is going all out with their co-streaming after seeing a huge success in 2022. So, will you be watching Caedrel lose his shit on stream or choose the official LoL stream for Worlds 2023?