League of Legends Championship (LCS)

The League of Legends Championship (LCS) is the official LoL championship series hosted by Riot Games in Europe and North America. Season 6 of the LCS was running from January to August 2016. LCS Season 7 | 2017 will start in January 2017. On our website you will find detailed LCS betting information and betting tips for each single match in the League of Legends Championship in Europe and North America as well as the LCS Playoffs at the end of each split. Find more Info about Season 7 and all the other seasons below, by clicking the image or find predictions and previews in our news section. This year 3 teams from each the NA and EU LCS will compete in the 2017 LoL World Championship and the Spring Split winner will get a ticket to the MSI 2017. Besides this the top 3 teams in spring will play at the brand new LoL Rift Rivals tournament in July 2017.

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LOL – NA LCS Summer Split

Start Team 1 Odds Team 2 Odds
06/24/2017 01:00 Echo Fox 1.50 Phoenix1 2.50
06/24/2017 20:00 CLG 1.36 EnVyUs 3.00
06/24/2017 20:00 Team SoloMid 1.25 FlyQuest 3.75
06/24/2017 23:00 Immortals 1.40 Team Dignitas 2.75
06/24/2017 23:00 Cloud9 1.22 Team Liquid 4.00
06/25/2017 20:00 Team Liquid 2.10 Phoenix1 1.66
06/25/2017 20:00 Team SoloMid 1.40 Echo Fox 2.75
06/25/2017 23:00 FlyQuest 2.62 EnVyUs 1.44
06/25/2017 23:00 Cloud9 1.66 Team Dignitas 2.10

LOL – EU LCS Summer Split

Start Team 1 Odds Team 2 Odds
06/24/2017 18:00 Fnatic 1.06 Mysterious Monkeys 8.00
06/24/2017 18:30 Ninjas In Pyjamas 9.00 H2K 1.04

Start Times shown in: GMT or GMT +1 during Summer Time
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LCS History:

LCS Season 1

The first LCS took place in summer 2011. The eight best teams of the north american and the european league had the oportunity to get one of the three spots pro region for the final tournament. In addition two teams from Asia competed in the Season 1 finals.

The playoff matches alone were watched by over 300,000 unique viewers (70,000 at the same time at most) und show the enthusiasm the LCS caused right from the beginning.

After the playoffs the 8 best teams (3 from North America, 3 from Europa and 2 from Asia) competed at the Dreamhack in Jönköping, Sweden for a prize pool of $ 100,000.


Result of LCS Season 1:

Rank Team Prize Money
1 Fnatic $ 50,000
2 against All authority $ 25,000
3 Team SoloMid $ 10,000
4 Epik Gamer $ 7,000
5 Counter Logic Gaming $ 3,500


LCS Season 2

After the successful start of LCS Season 1 in 2012 the Season 2 happend. At the end of Season 2 the 12 best teams contested in its thrilling finals lasting from October 6-13. in Los Angeles where the teams could not only win the Season 2 title but also a never before seen prize money of $ 2,000,000.

The Season 2 finals were streamed live in English, Korean, Mandarin, German, French and a vew other languages and were viewed by more than eight million viewers.

At the end two teams from Asia fought for the title and competed Azubu Frost against the Taipei Assassins in the big final.

Result of LCS Season 2:

Rank Team Prize Money
1 Taipei Assassins $1.000.000
2 Azubu Frost $ 250,000
3 Moscow Five $ 150,000
4 CLG Europe $ 150,000
5 Invictus Gaming $ 75.000

Results of LCS Season 3:

Read more about the LCS Season 3 here: Infos on LCS Season 3

Results of LCS Season 4:

Read more about Season 4 here

Results of LCS Season 5:

Read more about Season 5 here

Results of LCS Season 6:

Read more about Season 6 here

Currently running LCS Season 7:

Read more about Season 7 here