If anything at all, League of Legends has certainly created new paradigms when it comes to top-notch competitive multiplayer gaming. The previous World Championship ended with a bang, and the intensity and aggression of the event left many yearning for more.
Riot is falling into its groove again as it announces what is a fresh yet familiar start to another heavy season. The company has released the full schedule of the upcoming LCS Spring Split for both North America and Europe.
The Europe LCS will start on January 14, and North America will follow on January 17. What’s more is that both of initialize with a bang, with massive season openers. North America will feature champions Cloud 9 HyperX against runner-up Team SoloMid, while European champions Fnatic play against runner-up Gambit BenQ.
These top-tier matches will then be followed by debuts of two relatively new teams. Europe’s Alliance and North America’s Evil Geniuses each playing competitive games against the Copenhagen Wolves and XDG respectively.
In short, the LCS is commencing with a blast.
There will be 32 matches played in total from January 14 to January 19, with 16 matches from each zone. The weeks that will follow will return to the familiar two-day groupings of eight matches with the Spring Split playoffs planned for mid of April.
One of the long time staff at SegmentNext, Haider is an integral part of the team with a love for writing, playing guitar, and aviation.
Apart from writing for us, Haider is also a competitive FPS player and also enjoys exotic RPG games like Diablo and Xenogears (his favorite game of all time) on the side.
League of Legends Upcoming Champion Azir Showcased in a New Spotlight Video