Riot has announced the Co-Streamers for Worlds 2023.
One of the biggest and most anticipated Esports events of the year, League of Legends World Championship, will be starting in less than a week. Starting on October 10, 22 of the best League of Legends teams from around the world will be competing for the title of the World Champions.
The massive event will be broadcast all across Riot’s official channels. In addition to the official channels, players will also be able to enjoy the event along with their favorite streamers, thanks to Riot allowing Co-Streamers.
Riot from last year started allowing streamers to Co-Streamer the Worlds event live. That said, Riot only allowed five streamers to Co-Streamers to stream Worlds 2022, resulting in massive backlash.
But for Worlds 2023, Riot will be allowing 50 Co-Streamers to participate in Worlds 2023. They also announced the Co-Streamers, who will be eligible to Co-Stream Worlds 2023.
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Worlds 2023 Co-Streamers
Here are all the announced Co-Streamers selected for Worlds 2023,
North America (English)
Latin America (Spanish)
From October 10 to November 19, players will be able to enjoy The League of Legends World Championship from LoL Esports(English), Afreeca TV(Korean), Bilibili Gaming(Chinese), and many other Riot-affiliated channels.
In addition, players are able to enjoy the event with the aforementioned Co-Streamers.