Catch all the League of Legends 2020 Spring Finals: Streams and Schedules

Who will be crowned as the first PCS champion? Can G2 Esports win their third LEC title in a row? Will 2019 World Champions FPX win their 2nd LPL title? Don’t miss any of the action!

Staying indoors is about to get a lot more exciting for esports fans as League of Legends esports is revving up for the final showdowns of the Spring Split. It has certainly been one of the most interesting and inspiring seasons to date!

From Machi Esports’ dominant twelve-game winning streak in the PCS, to Vici Gaming’s amazing upset over RNG in the LPL; and from the heartbreak of four-time LCS champion Team Liquid missing the playoffs to LEC’s Misfits snapping G2 Esports’ attempt at a perfect season - it has been a whirlwind of a season in Spring.

Throughout April and May, all 12 regional leagues will hold their 2020 Spring Finals and we invite fans to catch all the thrills, upsets, and victories with us online at and Here’s a quick look at some of our leagues as they wrap their regular season and head into their playoffs:

PCS: The first Playoffs for the multi-city PCS sees Taiwan’s Machi Esports and ahq eSports club as the top seeded teams in the upper bracket. Malaysia’s Berjaya Dragons and Thailand’s Nova Esports have also earned spots in the upper bracket, and are hopeful of upsetting the Playoff favourites to advance to the latter rounds.

LEC: After taking down Origen in the first round of Playoffs, Fnatic looks to return to the Finals, but standing in their way is the rookie squad of MAD Lions, who shocked Europe with their surprise upset over G2 Esports.

LCS: Cloud9 is the front-runner for the Spring Split title after only dropping one game in the regular season. Will they finally hoist the championship trophy again, what would be their first since 2014? With defending champion Team Liquid not qualifying for Playoffs, any of the top teams could capture the title.

LCK: Gen.G and T1 solidified themselves early in the season as the teams to beat, though T1 leads their head-to-head series this split 2-0.

LPL: The two World Champions from the LPL, Invictus Gaming (2018) and FunPlus Phoenix (2019), have had solid performances this season, dropping only three games total between them. Many eyes are also on eStar, which has had one of the strongest team debuts in LPL history with a 9W-4L record*.

Be sure to follow your favorite regional leagues on social media for all the tournament details, including playoff schedules, match previews and recaps, and regional info. Also, check out the official PCS Facebook account, and official LoLEsports Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook accounts to stay current with all the latest news and updates.

LPL records as of April 7, 2020

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Riot Games was founded in 2006 to develop, publish, and support the most player-focused games in the world. In 2009, Riot released its debut title, League of Legends, to worldwide acclaim. League went on to be one of the most-played PC games in the world and a key driver of the explosive growth of esports.

As League enters its second decade, Riot continues to evolve the game while delivering new experiences to players with games including the highly anticipated first-person tactical shooter VALORANT, as well as Legends of Runeterra, League of Legends: Wild Rift; bringing its popular Teamfight Tactics game mode to mobile platforms; and exploring the world of Runeterra through multimedia projects across TV, music, comic books, and more.

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