The team earning the Summer champions title will represent Europe at the 2016 World Championship in North America, followed by the team with the most championship points throughout the split. The third and final place will go to the winners of the EU Regional Qualifiers, scheduled for the week after finals at the EU LCS Arena. Seeding will be determined by championship points, so every game counts.
Eager to support your favorites on their way to victory? Here’s more information on how you can get involved below:
Venue: TAURON Arena Kraków
- August 27 (3rd place vs. 4th place) at ~5:00 PM CEST
- August 28 (1st place vs. 2nd place) at ~5:00 PM CEST
Tickets: Tickets will go on sale soon. We’ll share more information before tickets go live on Lolesports.
Teams: The top four EU LCS teams from the Summer Playoffs
Format: Best of 5
- 1st place - will represent EU at the 2016 World Championship
- 2nd place - 90 points
- 3rd place - 70 points
- 4th place - 40 points
Based on the final results of EU LCS Spring Split, so far the EU LCS teams have the following Championship Points allocations:
- G2 Esports - 90 pts;
- Origen - 70 pts;
- Fnatic - 50 pts;
- H2K - 30 pts;
- Team Vitality - 10 pts;
- Unicorns of Love - 10 pts;
- FC Schalke 04 - 0 pts;
- Splyce - 0 pts;
- Roccat - 0 pts;
- Giants - 0 pts
We’re excited to see which team will battle their way through to conquer the Kraków stage and who’ll be representing Europe at Worlds this year. The fires beckon. Who will answer?