League of Legends Regional Championship Summer Split 2020

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The Summer Split of League of Legend’s Regional Championship Series is set to start this week (June 12 and 13) with 10 teams competing in groups to qualify for playoffs. This league decides what teams are going to the World Championship later this year, so it is really important in the League of Legend’s esport scene. League of Legends Regional Championship is one of the most-watched and the most entertaining esports leagues of all time with millions of players and fans looking forward to it.

Out of the many regions the championship features on, the most iconic regions playing the Summer Split are North America (LCS), Europe (LEC), Korea (LCK),  and China (LPL). Each of these regions has highly skilled teams that play on a professional level surpassing expectations. Fans can watch these matches live and on the VOD (Video on Demand) through the official League of Legends Esports website (watch.lolesports.com). They can also stand a chance to win in-game rewards for watching these matches.

The teams competing in each region

LCS – League Championship Series: North America

  1. 100 thieves
  2. Cloud9
  3. Counter Logic Gaming
  4. Dignitas
  5. Evil Geniuses
  6. FlyQuest
  7. Golden Guardians
  8. Immortals
  9. Team Liquid
  10. Team SoloMid

LEC – League of Legends Europe Championship

  1. G2 Esports
  2. Fnatic
  3. Origen
  4. MAD Lions
  5. Misfits Gaming
  6. Rogue
  7. Excel Esports
  8. FC Schalke 04
  9. SK Gaming T
  10. Team Vitality

LCK – League Champions Korea

  1. Gen.G
  2. T1
  3. DragonX
  4. KT Rolster
  5. DAMWON Gaming
  6. Afreeca Freecs
  7. APK Prince
  8. Hanwha Life Esports
  9. SANDBOX Gaming
  10. Griffin

LPL – League of Legends Pro League; China’s Professional League

  1. Suning
  2. Victory Five
  3. Royal Never Give Up
  4. Vici Gaming
  5. LCGD Gaming
  6. Team WE
  7. FunPlus Phoenix
  8. Invictus Gaming
  9. JD Gaming
  10. Rogue Warriors
  11. Top Esports
  12. EDward Gaming
  13. eStar Gaming
  14. Bilibili Gaming
  15. Dominus Esports
  16. LNG Esports
  17. Oh My God

Changes in teams

The spring split of the series concluded with a lot of surprises and disappointments. G2 Esports became the LEC champs, Cloud 9 the LCS champs, Gen.G the LCK champs, and JD Gaming the LPL champs. However, coming to the summer split, there have been a lot of changes in the rosters of all the regions. Some of the most eyecatching changes are;

  • G2 Caps and Perkz re-switching their roles
  • RNG Uzi retiring from pro-play and being replaced by Betty
  • Doublelift leaving Team Liquid to join Team Solo Mid

Apart from the above shocking and exciting changes, a lot of other changes have been made and an action-filled summer split is right around the corner. Let us hope to see some great and exciting plays this summer, keeping the community engaged, united, and entertained in these difficult times.

Image credit; Riot Games.

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Ben Kemp

Ben is a technology passionate who loves sharing his ideas on video games and tech gadgets. He looks forward to imparting the spectrum of his insight and verdicts on the ‘tech-driven world’ of today
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