League of Legends Is Coming on Twitch

We have a long time of request from the Twitch streaming community who wants something badly. The application was about an extension on Twitch that can help the community to see the live games of League of Legends of each player they wish.

So, finally, the good news is coming, Twitch will offer an extension for all viewers to see their scoreboard and what they build. Also, the extension is not limited only to that, but the stats of the teammates and opponents will appear as well.

League of Legends Streams on Twitch

Starting with February 20, all players can see League of Legends on Twitch. What is exciting about the addition of the extension is the fact that you can see the match history features, the order of the streamers, what they purchased as items. Also, the extension will show you the gold investment for each player and how they earned it.

Besides this, Twitch is celebrating this new extension by hosting a League Week that will have a Twitch Rivals Streamer Showdown. The Twitch Rivals Streamer Showdown will have 16 teams in the confrontation in a round-robin format. What is even more exciting is that in the Twitch Rivals Streamer Showdown. You will see streaming personalities joining the event.

League of Legends on Twitch

You will see Tyler “Tyler1” Steinkamp, William “scarra,” and the former Cloud9 ADC Zachary “Sneaky” Scuderi. But, this is not all, wait a minute! Not only will the streaming players be the ones to participate in the prize pool of $75.000.

The viewers will participate in a way and will earn something if they support their streamer. If you watch the Twitch Rivals Streamer Showdown, you will get free Clash tickets when the game mode is hitting the clients. In the long run, League of Legends will come on Twitch starting with February 20, and the Clash tickets will be available in your inventory after February 21.

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