LoL Worlds final to be broadcast at London’s O2 Arena

The League of Legends World Championship finals are to be simulcast by the European Gaming League at London’s O2 arena at the end of this month.

League’s climactic ending to this year’s season has already begun with the group stages in Paris, and is soon to head onto the quarter-finals at London’s Wembley SSE Arena.

But for those who can’t make it to Berlin for the final, or miss out on their chance to see the quarter-finalist teams in action at Wembley, EGL are hosting a finals viewing party.

The appropriately bombastically named Super Mega Viewing Party runs 10:30am to 19:00pm on October 31 at the O2’s Brooklyn Bowl.

Fans will have a chance to see the finals broadcast from Berlin’s Mercedes-Benz Arena, as well as giveaways and prizes from the venue itself.

Tickets are priced 15 through EventBrite.

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