YouTube Gaming to host League of Legends World Championship 2023 live co-streams


Riot Games and YouTube Gaming have announced a partnership that will bring fans around the globe unique digital and in-person viewing experiences for the final matches.

As an official League of Legends Esports partner for Worlds 2023, YouTube Gaming will bring additional co-streamers to the robust list of personalities co-streaming throughout Worlds.

New co-streamers include:



North America


YouTube will also host viewing parties around the globe, inviting thousands of fans to come celebrate the Championship match.

YouTube hosted viewing parties will take place in the following locations:

Seoul, South Korea – Gwanghwamun Square G Square)

Hanoi, Vietnam – Tay Ho Sports Complex / Cau Giay Sports Complex

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam – Rach Mieu Sports Complex

In an effort to surprise and delight LoL Esports fans in Vietnam, Riot and YouTube have come together to bring Riot remote co-streamers Hoàng Luân, SofM, and Optimus on-site in Ho Chi Minh City to conduct their Worlds 2023 Final co-streams from inside the party.

All of the exciting matches, Creator co-streams and more can all be found on

Worlds 2023 is the pinnacle of LoL Esports competition in which the top teams from nine regions compete for the world champion title. Held after the culmination of the regular season in a different host region each year, qualified teams from professional leagues around the world participate in the tournament. This year, South Korea will play host to the tournament, which begins Tuesday, October 10 with the Play-In stage and concluding with the World Final Sunday, November 19 at the Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul.

Follow all the action of Worlds at @lolesports and #Worlds2023 on social media.

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