League of legends: Red Bull Launches ‘Simplified’ LOL Worlds Final’s Stream for Newbies

League of legends: Red Bull Launches ‘Simplified’ LOL Worlds Final's Stream for Newbies

LoL Worlds are by most metrics the biggest esports event in the world, with an epic decade-long history of spectacular clashes in the world’s most popular MOBA. The annual League of Legends World Championship regularly brings in millions of viewers, rivaling even the biggest events of traditional sports. The 2020 League of Legends World Championship will crown its champion this weekend, with DAMWON Gaming taking on Suning in the Grand Final on October 31st. Fans are still not aware on how to watch LOL worlds 2020 finals.

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MOBA’s are known for their high learning curve, League of Legends is no different with well over 150 different playable champions to choose from, League of Legends is a game of deep strategy, which takes time and practice to master. The game presents a challenge to understanding different spell interactions, also overall just to keep up with what’s happening can be a task for casual players. Casters do point and help out but it’s not enough to keep newbies engaged, so Red Bull has come out with a solution to this problem.


What is Redbull Simplified Stream?

The LOL Worlds stream will “provide a casting breakdown of every play for the new viewer and explain what’s at stake.” Pre- and post-match breakdowns will also provide further explanation for what exactly took place on the server.

Red Bull Worlds Simplified is designed to make League of Legends even more accessible to new viewers by simply explaining the basics of what’s going on in the game and not deep-diving into the pro play.

Expert hosts Frankie Ward and Tom Deacon will take the helm of the stream, and be joined by guests such as Joseph “Munchables” Fenny, Marc ‘Caedrel’ Lamont, Ciernan ‘Excoundrel’ Lowe, Luciana ‘AngelArcher’ Nadrag, and others. They will be taking on the responsibility of guiding you beginners through the finals between DAMWON Gaming and Suning so that you too can enjoy League of Legends without any stress.

Where to watch?

Red Bull is launching Red Bull Worlds Simplified stream on Twitch and YouTube to help new viewers get in on the buzz of the World Final on Saturday 31 October.

You can enjoy all the action there.

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