LCS Season 4 | League of Legends LCS Summer Split 2014

Logo of the LCS Season 2014 | Season 4The LCS is the pro league in competitive League of Legends gaming. In early 2014 the LCS is starting season 4 with 8 pro teams in each of the two regions. The two regions in the professional LoL league are North America (NA) and Europe (EU). The teams are not only fighting for a lot of prize money but also for a spot in the League of Legends World Championship 2014. Each season of the LCS is divided into 2 splits: The Spring Split and the now running Summer Split. In every split each team will take on the other 7 teams in their league 4 times which makes a total of 28 matches for every team in the LCS. The LCS summer Split Season 4 started on 05/20/2014. LCS Season 4 is followed by LCS Season 5 | 2015.

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Europe (EU):
EU LCS Season 4 | 2014 has ended:
Results LCS EU Playoffs 2014 | Summer Split – Season 4
09/09 – 09/11: Spring Promotion | Relegation LCS EU 2015
North America (NA):
NA LCS Season 4 | 2014 has ended:
Results LCS NA Playoffs 2014 | Summer Split – Season 4
09/09 – 09/11: Spring Promotion LCS NA 2015

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LCS Season 2014 | LCS 4 facts

  • 2 regions: LCS EU and LCS NA
  • 8 teams per region
  • Round Robin x4 per split
  • Total of 28 matches per team each split
  • Total matches per split: 112
  • All matches will be streamed live
  • Bets and odds for all matches available
  • Spring Split Playoff Winners where invited to LoL All-Star 2014
  • 11 weeks in LCS Summer Split 2014
  • Summer Split NA: 05.23.2014 until 08.03.2014
  • Summer Split EU: 05.20.2014 until 07.31.2014
  • Top 3 teams after summer split get a ticket to the LoL World Championship 2014
  • Hashtag: #LCS

Teams LCS NA Season 4 Summer Split 2014

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The following 8 teams have qualified for the Summer Split of the North American LoL Pro-League:

Logo of LCS NA Summer Split Team Cloud9Logo of LCS NA Summer Split Team TSMLogo of LCS NA Summer Split team complexityLogo of LCS NA Summer Split Team Dignitas

Logo of LCS NA Summer Split Team CLGLogo of LCS NA Summer Split Team EGLogo of LCS NA Summer Split Team LMQLogo of LCS NA Summer Split Team Curse

–> Get to know the teams in the NA LCS Summer Split <–

  • Cloud9 (C9)
  • Team SoloMid (TSM)
  • CompLexity
  • Team Dignitas (TD)
  • Counter Logic Gaming (CLG)
  • Evil Geniuses (EG)
  • LMQ
  • Curse (CRS)

Standings LCS NA (Season 4 | Summer Split 2014 final standings )

Position Team Matches Played Wins Losses
1 Cloud 9 28 18 10
2 LMQ 28 18 10
3 Team SoloMid 28 16 12
4 CLG 28 13 15
5 Curse 28 13 15
6 Team Dignitas 28 13 15
7 Evil Geniuses 28 11 17
8 CompLexity 28 10 18

-> see results NA Spring Split and Spring Playoffs 2014

Results | LCS NA Summer Split Playoffs

  • 1st place:   Logo of LCS NA Summer Split Team TSM Team SoloMid 
  • 2nd place:  Logo of LCS NA Summer Split Team Cloud 9 Cloud9
  • 3rd place:  Logo of LCS NA Summer Split Team LMQ LMQ
  • 4th place:  Logo of LCS NA Summer Split Team Curse Team Curse

-> Read more about the  LCS NA Summer Split Playoffs 2014
-> Read more about the LCS NA Teams at LoL World Championship 2014

Teams LCS EU Season 4 Summer Split 2014

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The following 8 teams have qualified for the Summer Split of the European LoL Pro-League

Logo of LCS EU Summer Split Team FnaticLogo of LCS EU Summer Split Team roccatLogo of LCS EU Summer Split Team Gambit GamingLogo of LCS EU Summer Split Team Alliance

Logo of LCS EU Summer Split Team MilleniumLogo of LCS EU Summer Split Team Supa hot crewLogo of LCS EU Summer Split Team SK GamingLogo of LCS EU Summer Split Team Copenhagen Wolves

–> Get to know the teams in the EU LCS Summer Split <–

  • Fnatic (FNC)
  • ROCCAT (ROC)
  • Gambit Gaming (GMB)
  • Alliance (ALL)
  • Millenium (MIL)
  • Supa Hot Crew XD (SHC)
  • SK Gaming (SK)
  • Copenhagen Wolves (CW)

Standings LCS EU ( Summer Split final standings after Week 11)

Position Team Matches Played Wins Losses
1 Alliance 28 21 7
2 Fnatic 28 19 9
3 Supa Hot Crew 28 16 12
4 SK Gaming 28 15 13
5 Millenium 28 13 15
6 ROCCAT 28 12 16
7 Gambit Gaming 28 8 20
8 Copenhagen Wolves 28 8 20

-> see results EU Spring Split and Spring Playoffs 2014

Results | LCS EU Summer Split Playoffs

  • 1st place:   Logo of LCS EU Summer Split Team Alliance Alliance
  • 2nd place: Logo of LCS EU Summer Split Team Fnatic-32 Fnatic
  • 3rd place:  Logo of LCS EU Summer Split Team SK Gaming SK Gaming
  • 4th place:  Logo of LCS EU Summer Split Team roccat Roccat

-> Read more about the LCS EU Summer Split Playoffs 2014
-> Read more about the LCS EU Teams at LoL World Championship 2014

Season 4 Schedule and Live stream

The official live stream of the LCS matches will start one hour before the cast begins with the match previews. All matches of Season 4 will be cast in English and other languages. The games in Europe are streamed from the new ESL Arena in Cologne (Germany). This year the League of Legends Pro-League has 11 weeks in the Summer Split. (Riot Games initally planned 12 Weeks but rescheduled to 11 weeks)

This is the schedule for the “normal” weeks (execpt super week) in the LCS Season 2014:

Match days LCS EU (Europe)

  • Thursday: 09:00AM PST | 18:00 CET
  • Friday: 09:00AM PST | 18:00 CET

Match days LCS NA (North America)

  • Saturday: 12:00PM PST | 21:00 CET
  • Sunday: 12:00PM PST | 21:00 CET

Super week and Playoffs Schedule:

There are 3 Super Weeks during LCS Summer Split 2014: Week 1, Week 7 and Week 11. During super week each team has to play more games and match days change:

Super week schedule EU: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday (Live Stream Start: 17:00 CET)

Super week schedule NA: Friday, Saturday, Sunday (Live Stream Start: 21:00 CET)

Playoffs and Relegation

After the end of each split the top 6 teams advance to the Playoffs. The last 2 teams of each split along with the last team of the playoffs have to face relegation against the top 3 LCS Challenger Teams. In late August 2014 Riot Games announced that the number of LCS teams will be enhanced in the upcoming LCS Season 5 | 2015. Therefore a second promotion tournament called the the “Expansion Tournament” will be held. This means that the teams loosing in the Relegation | Promotion tournament will get a second chance during the Expansion tournament.

Spring Promotion 2015 | Relegation | LCS EU

Ticket Info and Location

The matches of both LCS regions are played live in front of an audience. If you want to see the LoL Pro’s live take a look at our Ticket Info or check out the location.

Tickets LCS EU

The European League of Legends Championship takes place in Cologne, Germany. Cologne is called “Köln” in German.

MMC Studios
Am Coloneum 1
Studio 35
Cologne, Germany 50829

-> check LCS EU Ticket Info

Tickets LCS NA

The North American LCS takes place in Manhattan Beach, California, USA.

1600 Rosecrans Avenue
Stage 22
Manhattan Beach, CA 90266

Vods (Video on Demand)

All live matches of the League of Legends  LCS are not only streamed live but are also available as VOD (Video on Demand) on Youtube, Twitch and the offical Site lolesports.com. If you have missed a certain match you can watch the game at any time you like. Twitch even offers it’s viewers to watch the live games with delay. You can find all LCS Vods of Season 4 here:

Official LCS Website

LCS Live Stream

All matches of season 4 of the LCS will be streamed live on the official League website and on youtube and twitch. You can watch the livestream here on our website as well. In the current season live streams are available in the following languages:

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