The league will be available on both Twitch and YouTube.
The 2022 LCK Summer Split is set to be broadcast on YouTube as well as Twitch, the South Korean league revealed today.
The competition will be available to watch on the global Twitch channel and the LCK Global YouTube channel. The Summer Split will kick off tomorrow at 3am CT, with Kwangdong Freecs playing Hanwha Life Esports in the first match.
This news coincides with the LCK partnering with OP.GGa popular League stats website that has been expanding over the last several months. It’s unclear what the partnership will entail, but with the LCK broadcasting on YouTube, this could mean more stats-based content for fans.
OP.GG also acquired former LCK broadcaster OGN earlier month, further hinting at changes coming to the league.
These announcements should be good news for international fans since it means they’ll likely get to discover more content targeted toward a broader audience during the Summer Split.