Lexis Partners and Riot Games announced today that tickets for the League of Legends World Finals will go on sale for select movie theaters all over the world. On Saturday, November 5, a live special event will be broadcasted in many cinema theaters all around the world, showcasing every second of the action, strategy, and skill of the top League of Legends players in the world.
Enjoy the LoL World Championship Finals in cinemas all over the world
Players and followers of League of Legends (LoL) will be able to unite to enjoy the thrill of the World Final, which will be televised live from Chase Center in San Francisco to cinemas around North America, South America, Australia, Brazil, Europe, India, Korea, and Turkey. The main event will start at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET after the opening ceremony presented by Mastercard, which will include music legend Lil Nas X performing the Worlds 2022 song “STAR WALKIN.” In addition to the performance by Lil Nas X, LoL influencers and celebrities will visit specific cinemas throughout the world and interact with fans.
With fans frequently cramming viewing parties in the middle of the night depending on where the world championship is being held, in-cinema viewing parties for Worlds have grown to be an incredibly popular element of the experience in Europe, Korea, the USA, Canada, and other places. Riot is committed to offering Worlds to as many fans as possible, which is why they are expanding into additional regions and screens around the world.
“Worlds is the biggest esports event of the year, and this collaboration with Lexis Partners will help us bring the excitement of the World Final to big screens across the world,” said Naz Aletaha, Global Head of LoL Esports at Riot Games. “We look forward to providing the community with another way to experience the sport and spectacle that makes Worlds so special.”
The top teams from regional leagues from across the world fight for the world championship title at Worlds, the highest level of League of Legends esports competition. 24 teams will compete in the month-long tournament, which is held at the conclusion of the regular season in a different host region every year. One team will be named the best in the world. With more than 73 million peak concurrent viewers worldwide and an average minute audience (AMA) of more than 30 million, the 2021 World Championship broke previous records for viewership.
League of Legends Worlds cinema viewing party ticket details
Tickets for the cinema viewing parties of the Worlds will go on sale beginning today at the official website of League of Legends and at participating cinema box offices. Fans can also visit the website for more information on 2022 League of Legends World Championship Final.
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