Team Liquid to feature World of Warcraft Race to World First Twitch broadcast
Team Liquid to feature World of Warcraft Race to World First Twitch broadcast
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Team Liquid to feature World of Warcraft Race to World First Twitch broadcast

The Race to World First broadcast will kick off on March 8
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Team Liquid announced their World of Warcraft Race to World First Twitch broadcast on Tuesday, which will begin at 9 a.m. ET on March 8. The livestreams will then start at 10 a.m. ET on subsequent days. The announcement arrived alongside the World of Warcraft Sepulcher of the First Ones raid, which went live on March 1.

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Team Liquid’s Race to World First

According to the email announcement, the broadcast will be the largest event of its kind in World of Warcraft Race to World First history. It will feature 28 players and 11 casters. Here is the list of individuals who will be featured during the broadcast:

Sepulcher of the First Ones screenshot
Sepulcher of the First Ones screenshot. | Provided by Blizzard Entertainment

Team Liquid will host its World of Warcraft raiders at Helix eSports, a gaming center located in Foxborough, MA. Meanwhile, fans and supporters can catch all of the action on the official Team Liquid Twitch channel.

Additional content will be presented on two of their talk shows, Liquid Ready Check and Liquid After Dark. The broadcast will also have custom integrations by Team Liquid partners such as Twitch, Jersey Mike’s Subs, Coinbase and Secretlab.

Sepulcher of the First Ones raid

In addition to Team Liquid, guilds like Echo and Method will also be off to the races in Sepulcher of the First Ones. According to a tweet, Method’s own Twitch experience will begin on March 9.

“The guild have been growing in strength throughout Shadowlands to show you what they’ve got in the Sepulcher of the First Ones,” the tweet said. “Catch us live for the #RWF on March 9th. You won’t be disappointed.”

Fans will get live coverage of the guild for more than 16 hours a day, never-before-seen Race to World First content and live data tracking, Method revealed in subsequent announcement. There will also be giveaways with winners live by chat.

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