Get Together With a League of Legends Viewing Party
The League of Legends Season Three World Championship is in full swing, with 14 teams from all corners of the Earth competing for a hefty $2 million prize pool. We’re entering the fourth day of Summoner fighting, and I’d like to use this opportunity to point out that Guo Junliang of Chinese Team OMG has a 20.7/1 kill-death ratio after three matches. That’s obscene. So much so that I’m planning to watch his next match. Heck, I might even use Riot’s just announced Viewing Party Program and find a local spot to watch it live with a few other LOL fans.
It’s pretty simple. If you’ve got an LOL event planned or if you want to find a place to watch an event with others, check out the League of Legends Viewing Party Program. The LOL World Championship finals aren’t until October 4 (at the sold-out Staples Center, no less), and I’ve got a feeling there will be many more pins popping up on the Viewing Party map by then. Come on Boston gamers, let’s see a little East Coast love.
If Boston remains Viewing Party free, there’s always good ol’ solo viewing. You can watch each and every World Championship match (live or recorded) through the official League of Legends Esports page. And if you want to see Junliang dominate before his next match, watch his 11-2-12 killing spree from day one of the championships below: