JustWatch’s has launched a streaming guide for League of Legends – making it easy to find LoL streams in a viewer’s preferred language, just in time for the Worlds finals.
This means fans no longer need to spend their time browsing through a never-ending list of streams on Twitch or YouTube before they can enjoy the event. In the upcoming weeks, hey will also be launching streaming guides for Dota 2, CS:GO and Valorant – simplifying every esport fan’s life when searching for the right stream.
While working on it, they found that the Worlds final attracted 4x more viewers than the 2022 NBA Finals and the 2021 MLB World Series final.
They looked more into this because the Worlds final is predicted to attract around 118m viewers in 2022 – which would outrank the F1 2021’s deciding race in Abu Dhabi. It is undoubtedly a sport that shouldn’t be overlooked or underestimated.
You can use their guide to find out where to watch League of Legends (LoL). This includes streams happening live today, upcoming matches, and where to find streams in your preferred language. League of Legends is a popular MOBA game with more than 140 playable “champions”. The game was developed and published by Riot Games.
League of Legends is a popular esport and has more than 150 million registered players worldwide. Some of the most followed LoL teams include G2 Esports, Cloud9 and T1. There are several professional League of Legends competitions from around the world to watch online. This includes North America’s League Championship Series (LCS), Europe’s League of Legends European Championship (LEC) and China’s League of Legends Pro League (LPL).
You can also watch international teams go head-to-head every year in the League of Legends World Championship. With regular updates on where to watch LoL from the United Kingdom, they’ve got you covered with everything you need to know and quick access to legal streams.
You can take a look at their guide here: justwatch.com/us/league-of-
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