Riot Will Host League Of Legends 48 Hour Live Stream For COVID-19 Relief

The 48 hour stream will feature matches with professional players around the world.

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Riot will be hosting a 48-hour long League of Legends charity stream to raise money for COVID-19 relief. The "Mid-Season Streamathon" will be running from May 19 through to May 31, beginning at 5PM PDT on May 19 at the League of Legends official site.

Fans will be able to donate to a number of nonprofit charity organizations working to provide relief to those affected by COVID-19. After the stream, Riot will be distributing the funds to organizations such as the ImpactsAssets COVID-19 Response Fund and the GlobalGiving Coronavirus Relief Fund.

The broadcast will feature over 48 hours of scheduled programming from around the world. There will be a continental battle of teams in Europe and a battle between influencers Yoda and Kami in Brazil. The stream will also feature a Mid-Season Cup showdown between the top teams in the LPL and LCK.

The schedule for Riot's charity stream is below.

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Riot has donated over $4.5 million globally for COVID-19 relief efforts, including $1.5 million to LA Anti-Coronavirus efforts.

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