'League of Legends' World Championship Finals: Where to Watch Invictus Gaming Vs. Fnatic

We are under 24 hours until the live stream starts and the games begin.

The League of Legends World Championship Finals are just a few days away and tensions couldn't be higher. The past month has been full of crazy games, upsets and insane Sneaky plays but the whole tournament is finally coming to a close. China's Invictus Gaming will face off against the European Fnatic to decide which team is the best in the world and who is worthy to hoist the Summoner's Cup. Will Duke and Rookie carry IG to their first Worlds victory or will Reckless show what one of the best bot laners in the world can pull off to secure the second championship for Fnatic?

Where to Watch League of Legends World Championship Finals

The finals broadcast will be streamed from Incheon's Munhak stadium in Korea, starting at 3:30 a.m,. EST on November 3. The opening ceremony will feature a performance by the Glitch Mob and K/D/A, an amalgam of K-Pop superstars representing some of League's femme fatales. There will also be a brand new song performed by musical talent from around the globe.

You can watch the broadcast on the LoLesports Twitch or YouTube channel, with rebroadcasts happening twelve hours later for those not willing to get up in time. Some of the best casters and analysts to ever speak on the Rift will be commentating the games. Papa Smithy, Captain Flowers and Kobe will be casting the event. Team Vitality's head coach YamatoCannon and a revolving string of players and commentators will be sharing their opinions on the analyst desk.

The games themselves will start at 4:30 a.m. EST. and will go on until a victor is crowned. If one team gains momentum and snowballs the other in an 3-0 victory we could be done in a few hours. If the games get bloody and interesting, with each team scrapping it out for a full five games, it could take all night. Hearing "Silver Scrapes" as the best League players in the world Flash and Ignite their way to victory is what most fans would prefer to see.

Newsweek is in Korea for the finals and will be posting content throughout the weekend.