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How to watch Minecraft Championship (MCC) 22

Watch Minecraft Championship 22!

To watch Minecraft Championship 22, you will need to do so at the Offical Twitch channel for the Noxcrew. Every Minecraft Championship, the Noxcrew will stream the entire event on Twitch. However, if you don't want to watch the Livestream through the Noxcrew, you can do so at one of the participant Livestreams. 

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We recommend going for this route if there is a specific Influencer you want to see win or find entertaining. That said, you can find all of the participant Twitch channels over at MCC Live. Minecraft Championship 22 will also begin on May 28, 2022, at 8 pm BST. So if you want to watch the Minecraft Championship, you will need to do so by Saturday.  

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What is Minecraft Championship? 

Minecraft Championship is an event held by the Noxcrew. In Minecraft Championship, Influencers across the Minecraft community get invited by the Noxcrew to complete in a series of game modes. The Noxcrew designs these game modes to test every participant's skill in various things such as parkour, survival, combat, and teamwork. 

As the event goes on, the two teams with the most points when Minecraft Championship reaches eight games will complete in a final match. In the final match, whoever comes out on top will win the entire Minecraft Championship. A total of ten teams will compete in Minecraft, and the following are all participants that make up each team in Minecraft Championship 22

ParticipantsTeam
GeorgeNotFound
Dream 
CaptinPuffy
Awesamdude
Red Rabbits
PeteZahHutt
Ryguyrocky
Smallishbeans
Spifey
Orange Ocelots
Jojosolos
Sylvee
Gee Nelly
Blushi
Yellow Yaks
Quig
Smajor
Solidarity
PearlescentMoon
Lime Llamas
Sapnap
Foolish Gamers
TinaKitten
Michaelmcchill
Green Geckos
Ranboo
Seapeekay
WilburSoot
Wisp
Cyan Coyotes
HBomb94
Grian
FalseSymmetry
GoodTimesWithScar
Aqua Axolotls
TampL
Tubbo
Snifferish
Eret
Blue Bats
Punz
GeminiTay
Shubble
Cubfan
Purple Pandas
Purpled
TommyInnit
Captain Sparklez
TheOrionSound
Pink Parrot

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