Noxcrew has announced that Minecraft Championship All-Stars, or MCC All-Stars, will take place on November 13. The event will once again fall on a Saturday, and for now, it would seem that the start time, format, and rough end time will all be staying the same as usual. The opening show is set to kick off at 2 PM CT and will run for about two hours with 10 game modes and then the final face-off. The various games that will be played include Ace Race, Battle Box, Big Sales at Built Mart, Hole in the Wall, Parkour Tag, TGTTODAWSAF, Sky Battle, Sands of Time, and Survival Games. The grand finale will be a game of Dodgebolt. The teams and players for MCC All-Stars have yet to be announced, but will consist of winners from previous MCC events, making it a very interesting competition indeed! How to watch MCC All-Stars You actually have quite a few options when it comes to watching the event. You can tune in to the Noxcrew Twitch channel where they will be streaming it, or you can watch the individual steams of any of the participants. See Minecraft on Amazon The best way to keep an eye on the even if you cannot watch it live is at MCC.live, a specially made website that will track all winners, and follow the entire event. If you would prefer to watch the individual stream of your favorite streamer, you can find all the Twitch links on the MCC.live page.