FlyQuest will co-stream every LCS match in Spanish

There are plenty of native Spanish speakers who love League of Legends and esports, and FlyQuest will now offer them a way to watch the 2021 League of Legends Championship Series (LCS) in Spanish.

FlyQuest announced they will co-stream every LCS match with Spanish broadcasters. Hannah “Cherrigan” Wotton will host with Carlos “LoLDCStar” Méndez, Abdiel “TyroneLVP” Tyrone, Felipe “LTL_Timber” Montoya, Lenorune, and Gaston “Nerakk” Camelino. The first Spanish LCS broadcast will be on Friday, Feb. 5.

FlyQuest announced their plans on Twitter in Spanish, and their message translates to: “Want to watch the LCS in Spanish? For 2021, we will co-stream every LCS game in Spanish. We will be waiting for you this Friday!”

How to watch the LCS in Spanish

For those who would rather watch the LCS this way, head to FlyQuest’s official Twitch channel during the matches. These broadcasts will be at the same time as the English broadcasts, so Spanish viewers won’t have to miss out on the action.

The 2021 LCS Spring Split officially begins on Friday, Feb 5, with TSM taking on FlyQuest in the first match at 6 p.m. EDT. The night continues with Team Liquid vs Immortals at 7 p.m., Evil Geniuses vs 100 Thieves at 8 p.m., Golden Guardians vs Cloud 9 at 9 p.m. and CLG v Team Dignitas at 10 p.m.

The action continues on Saturday, with FlyQuest v Evil Geniuses at 4 p.m. EDT, Team Dignitas vs Liquid at 5 p.m., 100 Thieves vs. CLG at 6 p.m., Cloud 9 vs TSM at 7 p.m. and Immortals v Golden Guardians at 8 p.m.

The jam-packed first weekend ends on Sunday, with FlyQuest vs Team Liquid at 4 p.m., Evil Geniuses vs Golden Guardians at 5 p.m., Cloud 9 vs Immortals at 6 p.m., CLG vs TSM at 7 p.m., and 100 Thieves vs Team Dignitas at 8 p.m.

To see how the first week of the LCS Spring Split goes, make sure to stay tuned to Daily Esports.

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