YouTube Gaming and Riot unite to give fans more ways to experience LoL Worlds 2023 finals

Riot Games has partnered with YouTube Gaming to bring the 2023 League of Legends World Championship to an even broader global audience by announcing new watch parties and official co-streams today, days away from the event’s finals between T1 and Weibo Gaming.

The partnership adds a fresh roster of co-streamers to the already vibrant lineup of over 50 streamers from almost 20 countries who fans have had the chance to follow so far. Among the new names that fans will recognize are Sykkuno for a new North American co-stream, Flow Games for Brazil, Kerios and special-guest Holdem Hammers for Spain, and TesterHoon and friends, including pro player Bang, for Korea.