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How to Watch the League of Legends Worlds Finals 2023

Tune in to the finale of the 2023 League of Legends World Championship to watch Faker fight for yet another title.

League of Legends esports fans are getting hyped as the Worlds Finals approaches. The best of the best teams from all over the world will be duking it out for the title of World Champion. Here’s everything you need to know about the biggest day of the year for League fans.

When Are the League of Legends Worlds Finals?

The League of Legends Worlds Finals is taking place on November 19, 2023. The competition will be located in the Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul, South Korea.

Where To Watch the Worlds Finals

If you aren’t attending the LAN event in Seoul, you can still watch all the action online. Here is where the Finals will be streaming.

What Teams Are Competing in the Worlds Finals?

The two teams competing at the Finals are T1 Esports from the LCK and Weibo Gaming from LPL.

Fans support T1 in match vs JDG at Worlds 2023

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA - NOVEMBER 12: Esport fans at the League of Legends World Championship 2023 Semi Finals on November 12, 2023 in Seoul, South Korea.

T1 defeated China's JD Gaming to make it to the Grand Finals, a shocking result as JD Gaming was favored in that match. T1 had a rough season since star player Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok was dealing with an injury. T1 still pushed through, however, and is now in the Finals.

Who Is Co-Streaming Worlds 2023?

Worlds has an official livestream but every year Riot Games has official co-streamers that allow you to view the matches from a streamer's channel along with the rest of their fans.

This year, the co-streamers include:

North America (English)

Latin America (Spanish)

Brazil (Portuguese)

EMEA English










APAC Indonesia







Will There Be a Special Performance at the Worlds Finals?

Aside from watching the two best teams in the world fight for the top spot, the Worlds Finals is also when we get a special performance. The Opening Ceremony will take place on November 19 at 12 AM PST.

There is an “impressive array” of artists and performances planned for the event. The first is Heartsteel, a virtual pop group that includes champions Kayn, Ezreal, Sett, Yone, K’Sante, and Aphelio. They will be performing “PARANOIA” on stage.

Baekhyun is a K-pop performer that has performed around the globe. He is a member of the K-pop group EXO but has been recognized on his own for his vocals.

Cal Scruby is a rapper from Los Angeles that is known for his witty humor. He has performed for a wide range of traditional sports events after becoming well known for his songwriting and performing.

OZI is a performer from Los Angeles who became famous in the Mandarin music scene. His debut album OZI: The Album was nominated six times at the Golden Melody Awards.

Tobi Lou is known for his blend of hip-hop with unique melodies. His single, “Buff Baby,” has been a huge hit as he continues to grow in the music scene beyond Chicago.

NewJeans will perform the 2023 League of Legends World Championship anthem “GODS.” This will be accompanied by some original choreography from the K-pop group right on the World Final stage, accompanied by wild technical effects.