Riot listens to League fans, expands LCS co-streaming for 2023 Spring Split

An even wider ary of League of Legends creators will soon have access to sharing the experience of the LCS live alongside their viewers.

The LCS has revealed that its “watch party progm,” allowing select YouTube and Twitch streamers to co-stream games during the season, will return with the start of the 2023 Spring Split in an expanded format. Applications are now available via the blog post of the official announcement and will remain accessible until Jan. 18 for co-streaming during week one, and a strict deadline of Jan. 23 for co-streaming the remainder of the split.