July 30, 2020

LEC ends NEOM partnership within 15 Hours

In less than 15 hours, the LEC both announced and cancelled their partnership with Saudi Arabia’s NEOM company. “As a company and as a league, we know that it’s important to recognize when we make mistakes and quickly work to correct them,” stated Alberto Guerrero, Director of Esports, EMEA. “After further reflection, while we remain […]

April 28, 2020

LEC and LCS schedule for Summer Split announced

Because of the COVID-19 situation, game publishers and external parties are pushing for online esports tournaments. Big events need a period of time to meet standards for online events. After the cancellation of the Mid-Season Invitational, the League of Legends Championship Series Summer Split has been moved to begin on June 13. The European Championship […]

November 22, 2019

Splyce to be rebranded as MAD Lions for LEC 2020

Splyce’s League of Legends European Championship team will be no more this coming year. Their parent company, OverActive Media, has shut down their New York-based office which Splyce has run since 2015. The new headquarters is underway to move to Toronto, Canada. During this move, many key employees have been let go. The move is […]

September 23, 2019

LEC Finals viewership crushes LCS

Reaching nearly 900,000 peak concurrent viewers, the LEC Finals destroyed the Europe (EU) LCS’s previous records and showed up its North American (NA) LCS rivals.  Before the rebirth of G2 in 2019, it was near unprecedented for an EU team to be considered a true contender as the world’s best. Even at 2018 Worlds, a […]

September 11, 2019

Perkz: the next best League player and hope

Luka “Perkz” Perković shows time after time that he is top-caliber talent. He’s been a consistent force in the League of Legends European Championship since 2016. Although his career and team have bounced over the years, he remained loyal to who brought him into the EU LCS. With G2 Esports winning yet another tournament, Perkz […]

September 9, 2019

A bloody affair in LEC Summer Finals : G2 Vs Fnatic

It’s been a year of ups and downs for Fnatic. In November, the UK organization saw their dream of another world championship crushed by Invictus Gaming. Then, during the following break, they lost star mid player Rasmus “Caps” Winther to rivals G2 Esports (as well as top laner Paul “sOAZ” Boyer to Misfits Gaming). From […]

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