The sixth season of professional League of Legends competition will come to a conclusion tonight with the 2016 World Championship Finals, happening live in Los Angeles. The match will see last year's world champion team, SK Telecom T1 returning to defend their championship spot against fellow Korean team Samsung Galaxy.
The best-of-five series begins at 7:30 p.m. ET tonight, and you can watch it in full in the Twitch stream embedded above. Riot Games will have various festivities happening all day on stream leading up to the matches as well. If you're not a hardcore League of Legends fan but still have interest in watching the World Finals, Riot will be running a "new viewer" stream aimed at helping less experienced players follow the matches. You can check that out here.
Want more analysis during and after the finals? Our friends at Rift Herald, Polygon's League of Legends community site, will be reporting live from L.A. and breaking out all the biggest stories from the heated match.
SK Telecom T1 is aiming for its third-ever Summoner's Cup, after wins in last year and in 2013. A championship win tonight would mean that SKT1 has dominated half of the League of Legends World Championships ever held. Samsung Galaxy, meanwhile, won the World Championship in 2014 under the name Samsung Galaxy White, but the team's makeup has completely changed since then. You can read Rift Herald's full, in-depth preview of the match here.