EMEA VALORANT Champions official watch party list
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VALORANT Champions begins on Dec. 1 with teams from around the globe competing for the ultimate title. On the first day of the tournament, there will be 26 different streamers from across the EMEA region hosting watch parties for Champions in nine different languages.

The watch parties will also allow fans who may not know English to watch Champions comfortably. These streamers can be found primarily on their Twitch channels, with the exception of streamer nsane — who will be located on YouTube.

As they are sponsored by Riot Games, these are official watch parties that are allowed to co-stream the event.

English streams

AverageJonas – Twitch

Loeya – Twitch


Nsane – Youtube

Diables – Twitch


EduCoz – Twitch

Morphiw0w – Twitch

OhJoeyR – Twitch

ZTheRock – Twitch

POW3R – Twitch


7ssk7 – Twitch

GameLifeOW – Twitch

Roundzzzzz – Twitch

EtaCarinae_ – Twitch


WTCN – Twitch

Unlostv – Twitch

Berkriptepe – Twitch

Miafitz – Twitch


Mixwell – Twitch

Folagorlives – Twitch


GobB – Twitch

Bazy – Twitch

Wipr – Twitch


Rumathra – Twitch

PiloetCeeBee – Twitch


ShaDowZa – Twitch

ShawateRR – Twitch

The first day of the tournament will consist of these 26 different streamers co-hosting the event for EMEA. The VALORANT Champions Tour has yet to release details of the watch parties that will be hosted superficially from individuals from the North American region. Champions begins on Dec. 1 with the group stage, and the sixteen teams in attendance will compete for a spot at playoffs. The remaining eight teams at playoffs will then compete for the title of Champions. The event is being hosted on LAN in Berlin, Germany and will conclude on Dec. 12 when a winner lifts the Champions trophy.

Danny Appleford is an esports journalist for Upcomer that started writing for Daily Esports in 2020. He now specializes in articles surrounding League of Legends, Call of Duty, VALORANT and Halo.