2019 LEC SPRING SPLIT
We’ve said GG to the EU LCS and are queueing up with our new league, the League of Legends European Championship (LEC), on January 18th, 2019. Some things will stay the same though:
We’re sticking to our broadcast schedule from 2018 with shows at 6pm CET Fridays and 5pm CET Saturdays each week.
There have been some changes to the ticketing process in the studio, so read on if you want to join in the fun.
Be a part of the action and visit our studio in Berlin to watch your favourite pros live! Tickets for Weeks 1 - 4 are on sale now, with more tickets rolling out each week throughout the season.
Our new ticketing process allows you to purchase tickets right here on the website via the Calendar / Tickets page or via our new partner Universe.
Pro Tip: Tickets are extremely limited and regularly sell out. Purchase your Ticket before your travel or book accommodation to avoid missing out!
Sold out? Don’t FF quite yet. We’re pleased to announce that we’ve added a waiting list to our ticketing process. If tickets are sold out, you can sign up for the list and you’ll be notified if seats for your chosen date become available.
But wait, there’s more: to kick the LEC off in the right direction, Tickets for the first 4 weeks will have a special Promo attached to them. When checking out your tickets, receive a €2 discount by tweeting that you are coming to LEC via the integrated promo service!
Make sure you purchase your Tickets before we turn of the Promo on the 8th of January.
The ten teams fighting for glory in the LEC are:
- Excel Esports
- FC Schalke 04
- G2 Esports
- Misfits Gaming
- SK Gaming
- Team Vitality
For more information, check out the team profiles here.
Keep your eyes on eu.lolesports.com for more information about the upcoming season, team rosters, and sponsors.