All the ways to follow the League of Professional Esports in two languages
Under the motto “Best clubs, one league,” the League of Professional esports kicks off a global competition with some of the greatest teams from around the world. Games will take center stage as the LPE takes esports to the next level, supporting equality and transparency for everyone.
The LPE will stream regular and post-season matches in two of the most spoken languages in the world, English, and Spanish, to offer genuinely global content across borders and oceans. No matter your language, you can stay up to date by checking out the schedule on the LPE's website.
The LPE will stream on both YouTube and Twitch. Let's start with YouTube. You'll be able to watch LPE matches live as they’re streamed to the most popular video platform in the world. Subscribe to our channel, and you'll also find highlights, clips, and all of our esports related shows and specials. Don't want to mix your gaming and cat videos? You'll also be able to follow our every move on YouTube gaming.
Twitch is a specialty video streaming platform dedicated to video games and owned by Amazon. The platform is built for live content and collaboration with content creators. It's the industry standard for watching esports, built from the ground up for video games.
Each Twitch account acts as a TV channel, and you only need to click the link to our own to watch the LPE Live, whereas, with YouTube, you'll need to follow a link to a specific video on game day. These links will be regularly updated and posted on our website.
Twitch, like YouTube, lets you subscribe to your favorite content creators (have you subscribed to the LPE yet?) as well as offering users the chance to contribute to the channel via subscription service that comes with all kinds of amazing extra perks. Don't worry though, all LPE games, matches, and content is free for all to view.
All this means that you'll be able to catch up on all the latest esports matches and developments for free, anywhere in the world. All you need is an internet connection. Tune in live to join the gameday chat and cheer on your favorite team with other viewers, or ask questions directly to the LPE in real-time! You can't do that watching on television.