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Don't expect to see your favorite streamers watching Worlds this year

The 2023 League of Legends World Championship, which will begin on October 10, is just around the way. The greatest event of the year is steadily approaching, and it appears that Riot Games won't permit League streaming celebrities to costream the event. LCS Eevee, an esports journalist, reported that there won't be any costreams at Worlds 2023 this year on Twitter on August 24. According to reports, Nick "LS" De Cesare and Marc Robert "Caedrel" Lamont are the sources for this information.

Because they appreciated having the choice to watch their favourite streamers cast, especially if they didn't like the hand-selected staff for that day, fans were furious by this and flocked to League's subreddit.  Riot cannot actually regulate and filter what is said on their broadcasts, despite the fact that streamers can gain from costreaming. More significantly, less people are watching their official Twitch and YouTube feeds as a result.

 

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