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The 2019 LEC Spring Finals are heading to Rotterdam!

The LEC Spring Finals return to the Netherlands this April. Here’s what you need to know.

With the first ever LEC games set to kickoff this weekend, we’re pleased to reveal the location of the 2019 LEC Spring Finals. Come April 13 and 14, we’ll be heading back to Rotterdam’s Ahoy arena – the same venue where G2 Esports made history three years ago by winning the EU LCS 2016 Spring Finals at their very first attempt, edging out Origen in a nailbiting final.

Origen may be back in the top flight of European League of Legends, but much has changed in that time. Fnatic have found their world-beating form once more, making it all the way to the final of Worlds 2018 for the first time in seven years, and will be looking to continue their streak with a third consecutive split victory in front of a roaring crowd at Rotterdam’s massive arena. G2 meanwhile have a new look team, with former Fnatic star Caps onboard aiming to return the squad to their winnings ways. And don’t discount any of the LEC newcomers or returning giants either – this is anyone’s to play for.


It’s a brand new league with a brand new look, so which team will triumph in the first ever LEC Spring Split, and represent Europe at the 2019 Mid-Season Invitational? Tune into watch.lolesports.com to see and keep an eye on eu.lolesports.com for more details on how to get tickets.