South Korean gamers will be able to watch this year’s League of Legends World Championship to be held in Europe on cinema screens at major theaters across the country.
The country’s two multiplex cinema chain CJ CGV and Megabox announced Tuesday they are planning a live stream of 2019 League of Legends World Championship at theaters starting the match between SK Telecom T1 and Splyce due on Nov. 3.
Five theaters of each chain – CGV’s Yongsan I-park Mall, Yeongdeungpo, Incheon, Daejeon and Gwangju Terminal locations and Megabox’s Coex, Sangam Worldcup Stadium, Baekseok, Bundang and PNU locations – will invite the League of Legends fans.
Tickets will be available at 18,000 won ($15.44). Buyers will be given coupons for an in-game item with light sticks.
[Photo by CJ CGV and Megabox]
The League of Legends World Championship is the annual professional world championship tournament for League of Legends hosted by Riot Games. As the world’s most prestigious and watched tournaments, last year’s finals held in Seoul, Korea were watched by almost 100 million across the globe.
[ⓒ Pulse by Maeil Business Newspaper & mk.co.kr, All rights reserved]