Hololive VTubers to perform at Riot Games ONE
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Hololive VTubers Will Perform the Opening Acts at Riot Games ONE

Riot Games Japan announced that four VTubers from Hololive will perform the opening acts at the Riot Games ONE offline events on December 2-3, 2023. Hakos Baelz, Kobo Kanaeru, Murasaki Shion, and La+ Darknesss will be performing two of K/DA’s songs.

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The announcement appeared first on Riot Games Japan’s official X account, which is also available to view right below. The group will feature representatives from all three active regional branches. Baelz is from the EN branch, Kobo is from ID, and La+ and Murasaki are from the Japanese branch.

The Riot Games ONE official webpage added more details on the Hololive VTubers’ appearances. They will have different songs on both offline event days that start at 11 AM JST (10 PM minus one day for ET). The group will perform “POP/STARS” on December 2, 2023, and “The Baddest” on December 3, 2023.

Riot Games ONE is an event made to celebrate popular games that Riot Games has published. While most of the event will focus on Valorant, it will also feature League of Legends. All four Hololive VTubers in this group have played Valorant on their streams at some point. La+ Darknesss and Kobo Kanaeru are particularly known as avid fans of the game.

The Riot Games ONE offline event will take place at K Arena in Yokohama, Japan on December 2-3, 2023. The Hololive VTubers will perform on both days.

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