Some big names are co-streaming the finals.

With the Worlds 2023 Final right around the corner, Riot announced the official YouTube Gaming co-streams for the event and the in-person co-streamers list.

YouTube Gaming as a Worlds 2023 partner

Riot Games has partnered with YouTube Gaming for Worlds 2023. According to the announcement, the tournament will be featured on the YouTube Gaming hub. Top content creators will bring their personality, voices, and unique style to the League of Legends action.

YouTube Gaming screenshot (Image via YouTube Gaming)
YouTube Gaming screenshot (Image via YouTube Gaming)

The co-streams on YouTube Gaming will feature these creators:

Worlds Finals 2023 co-streams

The Worlds 2023 finals will have on-site streams alongside the remote ones. The on-site co-streams will include professional players like Jian "Uzi" Zihao and esports personalities such as Nick "LS" De Cesare. These co-streams will provide diverse perspectives and insights during the event.

The in-person co-streams will feature these individuals:

The official on-site co-streamers of Worlds 2023 (Image via Riot Games)
The official on-site co-streamers of Worlds 2023 (Image via Riot Games)

Watch parties in partnership with YouTube Gaming

As a part of the partnership between YouTube Gaming and Riot Games for Worlds 2023, there will be watch parties held in various cities as well. Riot Games revealed the locations of these watch parties in the same post that announced the YouTube Gaming co-streams, emphasizing the global and inclusive nature of the event.

According to Riot Games, the YouTube watch parties will take place at these locations:

  • 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

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