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Get ready for the 2016 EU Summer Split Playoffs

Teams are preparing for what is sure to be an action-packed month that will crown a Summer Split champion for the EU LCS. Here's all you need to know about how to catch the action.

The results of the Summer Playoffs, combined with the performances during the Spring Split and the upcoming Regional Qualifiers, will decide the teams representing Europe at the 2016 World Championship.

The EU LCS Playoffs kick off on August 13. The top six teams from the regular season will do battle in a single-elimination bracket, with all matches being a Best of 5.

Round Teams Date Time
Quarterfinals GIA vs. UOL
H2K vs. FNC
Aug. 13
Aug. 14
17:00
17:00
Semifinals SPY vs.TBD
G2 vs.TBD
Aug. 20
Aug. 21
17:00
17:00
Finals TBD vs. TBD
TBD vs. TBD
Aug. 27 (3rd place)
Aug. 28
17:00
17:00

The Quarterfinals pit 3rd place Giants vs. 6th place Unicorns of Love and 4th place H2K vs. 5th place Fnatic.

If GIA beat UOL, they’ll play 2nd place Splyce in the semifinals. But if UOL win, Splyce will play the winners of H2K vs. FNC. 1st place G2 Esports will play the remaining team in their Semifinals match.

The two losers from the Semifinals round will play for 3rd place, while the winners will face off in the Finals.

Where to watch 

LolesportsYouTube, and Twitch

Where to buy tickets

Tickets for Berlin can be purchased here, and tickets for Kraków can be found here.

Where can I watch other regional playoffs?

Click here for more information about where to watch the NA LCS, LCK, LPL and LMS playoffs as each region prepares to crown their Summer Split champions.