Where To Watch LoL Worlds 2023

Soumyo Deb
By Soumyo Deb
3 Min Read
Image Credits: Riot Games

As Worlds 2023 is right around the corner, here’s how you can watch Worlds 2023.

Worlds is the most anticipated event in League of Legends. In this tournament, the top players from around the world compete against each other for the trophy.

As it is the biggest tournament of the year, fans can see what high-level League of Legends looks like. Because of this, it is a great time for both casual League fans and avid players alike.

This year’s Worlds is taking place in South Korea. Additionally, Worlds 2023 received some major changes in terms of format compared to previous years. This year, there will be more Best of 3s, a Swiss-style stage, and more. Moreover, there will be 22 different teams from different regions competing in this event.

As this year’s Worlds will be the most unique one up to date, here’s where you can watch it.

Read more: LoL Worlds 2023 Event.

League of Legends Worlds 2023: Where To Watch

You can directly watch the event from the LoL Esports’ official website. In there, you can select your region and preferred platform. That way, the stream will be directly embedded in the LoLEsports site, and you won’t have to switch to different platforms. Additionally, if there are any in-game drops enabled, then you can earn them through logging in and watching through that website.

But if you still want to watch the stream through the native platforms, then here is the list of platforms.

EnglishLoL Esports Youtube
Riot Games Twitch
South KoreaLCK Korea Twitch
Afreeca TV
BrazilCBLOL Youtube
Nimo TV
South AmericaLLA Youtube
Bilibili Gaming



Worlds 2023: Schedule

Here is the schedule for Worlds 2023. You can visit LoL Esports’ official website for more accurate times in your local time zone.

  • The play-ins will start on October 10 and will end on October 15.
  • The group stage will commence on October 19 and will end on October 29.
  • The quarter-finals will take place on November 2 and will end on November 5.
  • The semi-finals will start on November 11 and will end a day later on November 12.
  • And finally, the grand final will take place on November 19.

Soumyo Deb is a League of Legends writer at GameRiv and a dedicated Jungle Main. When he is not writing about the latest League news, he is testing out various off-meta champions in the jungle.