Red Bull Hosting League Of Legends World Championship Stream For Newcomers

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A new way to invite new fans.
A new way to invite new fans. Red Bull

Red Bull announced that it is launching World Simplified, a League of Legends World Championship stream aimed at newcomers to the esports scene. Taking place on October 31, the stream hopes to demystify for new viewers one of the world’s most prestigious esports events.

Just in case you don’t know, October 31 is the Finals of the League of Legends 2020 World Championship. It’s going to feature Suning against DAMWON Gaming. Going back to the Red Bull stream, it’s going to be broadcast from Gfinity Arena in London and led by expert hosts Frankie Ward and Tom Deacon. They’ll be the ones who are going to invite new viewers to experience esports at its most electrifying for the very first time.

There’s no question to that League of Legends continues to be the most popular esport in the world, with millions of diehard fans around the globe. The Worlds competition is considered the crown jewel when it comes to the esports circuit. Despite the pandemic, League of Legends managed to launch the tournament back in September, and since then, millions of viewers have watched the exciting matches.

The Red Bull Worlds Simplified is an alternative finals stream for those who are new to League of Legends. It’s going to offer in-depth casting and the hosts will not only break down every play, but also explain what’s at stake. There’s also going to some insightful pre-match and post-match coverage that anyone can easily understand.

League of Legends offers players to choose from more than 140 playable champions. The matches are easily accessible to fans of the game. However, considering the deep strategy and the masterful plays being used, it’s rather difficult for newcomers to keep up. Worlds Simplified has been designed to make sure that the game is made more accessible to new viewers by offering a complementary stream to the main event on the official League of Legends channels.

Aside from having many of the game’s beloved personalities, the streams are also going to introduce the huge stars of League of Legends for the new audiences. This feature is also Red Bull’s way of showing its commitment when it comes to League of Legends. In addition, Red Bull is also offering a Beginninger’s Guide, which breaks down the basics of League of Legends esports. You can read all about that here.

So are you ready to enter the world of League of Legends? Will you tune into the Red Bull stream of the League of Legends World Championship? Let us know in the comments section below.

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