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How to watch Worlds Day 8: the streams and schedule

Cloud9 is North America’s last hope for a top 8 finish.

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The final day of the 2016 League of Legends World Championship group stage begins at 4 p.m. ET Sunday with the conclusion of Group B.

This group is going to be close. SK Telecom is likely going to come out on top, but the Flash Wolves are clearly a problem for the defending champions, and SKT enters the day tied with Cloud9 at 2-1.

Among the myriad of quality games, the day’s third match, Cloud9 vs. Flash Wolves should be as exciting as any this group stage. The first time these two teams met it was a 70 minute slug fest that Cloud9 won by the narrowest of margins.

After the respective eliminations of Counter Logic Gaming Thursday and Team SoloMid Saturday, Cloud9 is North America’s last hope at a quarterfinal bid at this year’s Worlds.

Just like last week, each match will have an alternate stream that showcases each games featured match up. These will highlight different aspects of the game, as well as feature guest casters.

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Alongside these extra streams Riot will also be broadcasting on their standard channels on Twitch and Youtube. You can see the full schedule for those channels below.

All times Eastern.

  • IMay vs. Flash Wolves - 4 p.m.
  • Cloud9 vs. SK Telecom - 5 p.m.
  • Cloud9 vs. Flash Wolves - 6 p.m.
  • SK Telecom vs. IMay - 7 p.m.
  • IMay vs. Cloud9 - 8 p.m.
  • Flash Wolves vs. SK Telecom - 9 p.m.