Sykkuno joins Ibai and other streamers to co-stream League of Legends Worlds 2022 Finals

Sykkuno joins Ibai and other streamers to co-stream League of Legends Worlds 2022 Finals

League of Legends Worlds 2022 Finals

Riot Games is making sure that the upcoming League of Legends Worlds 2022 Finals is marked as one of the most iconic tournaments in history as for the first-time ever they introduced co-streaming by roping Sykkuno, Ibai and other popular streamers on board.

The League of Legends Worlds 2022 Finals was earlier broadcasted by the concerned authorities of the game’s eSports division but this time around, they have decided to bring a change and promote their tournament by partnering up with popular streamers. Viewers can catch the broadcast live on the channels of these streamers-

  • Sykkuno
  • Ibai
  • Rita
  • Sangho Lee & Min Gyo Kim

The developers have made it sure that they provide the livestream in different languages which is the reason why they made a cosmopolitan list of co-streamers. The broadcast will be shown live from San Francisco on November 5th and surprisingly, one of the chosen streamer, Sykkuno has provided more details on this broadcast.

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Sykkuno will be traveling to League of Legends World’s 2022 venue

Sykkuno joins Ibai and other streamers to co-stream League of Legends Worlds 2022 Finals

American YouTuber Thomas ‘Sykkuno‘ will be joining these streamers at the venue kept for League of Legends Worlds 2022 Finals. On his last livestream, he decided to address this announcement as he thought a majority of his audience is upset over this major announcement.

The streamer began by revealing how he bagged this opportunity, “basically what happened was, Riot messages me, right, and they’re like, ‘Hey, do you want to watch Worlds and stream it?’ And I was like, ‘Yeah, sure! That sounds fun! I like League of Legends!” And that was it,the streamer stated.

Following this, he also made it clear that he is going to do this kind of co-streaming for once only even though he knows it is a major deal for other streamers out there. The former Twitch streamer also decided to speak up on the criticism that is being thrown at Riot Games for their lineup of co-streamers.

“I do think a lot of people are upset and I kind of get it. Here’s what I do think though. I think there’s basically three types of people in this situation. One is obviously, the people who are just between them and Riot, right? They’re like, ‘Why doesn’t my streamer get to do it?” Or, ‘Why don’t I get to do it?” That’s pretty fair. I mean, everyone wants to watch it. I did too! That’s why I agreed to it.

He continued to describe the group of people that have emerged on this announcement, “there’s another group of people who are just really mean and well, you can’t do much about that.” Concluding this discussion he explained that he also knows about the last group of people who wished they could stream the event but their method of explanation was wrong.

Sykkuno also shocked everyone after revealing that he is doing the livestream of League of Legends 2022 Worlds Finals for free as Riot Games didn’t offer him any amount but he was ready to grab the opportunity as he wanted to watch his favorite game with his friends.

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Fans defend Sykkuno on Twitter following backlash

As League of Legends eSports announced the streamers, fan reactions followed in very quickly but amidst this, some negative reactions were made as well towards Sykkuno.

Users seem to be divided on whether Riot Games made the right decision to bring Sykkuno on board as he doesn’t have any experience on competitive gameplay. His fans on the other hand, are defending him stating that as a streamer, the American YouTuber excels compared to the rest of the content creators.

The League of Legends Worlds 2022 Finals will take place between T1 and DRX, two teams who happen be from the same region. The tournament will go down in the history books as it will be for the first time since 2017 that no Chinese team qualified for the finals.

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