If you want to watch some LoL action with your favorite streamer, here is the list of co-streamers who will be watching Worlds online in 2023.
List of LoL Worlds co-streamers in 2023
Below is the list of co-streamers who will commentate on the 2023 World Cup. Riot Games included a variety of streamers from around the world, allowing fans to enjoy the games in their own favorite language. Riot says additional creators will be added to the Worlds co-streaming program as more invitees confirm their participation.
North America (English)
Latin America (Spanish)
Among the various co-streamers, former FNC head coach YamatoCannon is missing from the list, as is Kenrhen, one of the Italian casters.
Co-streamer of the Worlds Qualifying Series
Riot also gave the LCS and LEC the opportunity to expand their regional co-streaming program that they established for the Worlds Qualifying Series during the 2023 LoL Esports season.
The LCS is inviting its usual co-streamers from the 2023 season to take part in the WQS. However, since none of the teams participating in this program qualified for the WQS, there will be no LEC co-streaming by the teams that were granted the opportunity during the year (namely Astralis, KOI and Team Heretics). Therefore, EMEA-based streamers approved to co-stream Worlds will also be invited to co-stream WQS.
The World Cup qualifying series will take place on October 9th, one day before the 2023 World Cup officially begins the play-in phase. The grand finale will take place on November 19th.
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