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 started in January 2017 and is running through September. 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 with the winners of the 2017 LCS Summer Playoffs qualifying directly for the tournament. The Spring Split winners got a ticket to the MSI 2017. Besides this the top 3 teams in spring played at the brand new LoL Rift Rivals tournament in July 2017.

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LOL – NA LCS Summer Playoffs

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08/19/2017 20:00 Cloud9 1.53 Team Dignitas 2.37
08/20/2017 20:00 CLG 1.33 EnVyUs 3.25
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LOL – EU LCS Summer Playoffs

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08/19/2017 16:00 G2 Esports 1.22 Splyce 4.00
08/20/2017 16:00 Unicorns of Love 1.50 Misfits 2.50
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League of Legends Icon League of Legends Championship (LCS) History:

League of Legends Icon 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 Season 1
Rank Team
Prize Money
1 Team-Fnatic-Academy-EU-CS-Logo Fnatic  $ 50,000 (€35,500)
2 against-all-authority-logo-lcs-season-1 Against All Authority  $ 25,000 (€ 17,750)
3 Team-TSM-NA-LCS-2017-Logo Team SoloMid  $ 10,000 (€ 7,100)
4 Epik-Gamer-logo-lcs-season-1 Epik Gamer  $ 7,000 (€ 4,970)
5 Team-CLG-NA-LCS-2017-Logo Counter Logic Gaming  $ 3,500 (€ 2,485)
6 Gamedde-logo-lcs-season-1 Team GAMED.DE  $ 2,000 (€ 1,420)
7 Logo-Teams-TBA-EU-LCS-2017-Summer-Split Xan  $ 1,000 (€ 710)
8 Teampacific-logo-lcs-season-1-1Team Pacific  $ 1,000 (€ 710)

League of Legends Icon 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 grand final.

Result of Season 2
Rank Team
Prize Money
1 Taipei-Assassins-LoL-WM-Team-Region-GPL-e1501421328674 Taipei Assassins $ 100,000 (€ 770,000)
2 Azubu_Frost_logo-lcs-season-1 Azubu Frost  $ 250,000 (€ 192,500)
3 moscow-five-logo-lcs-season-1 Moscow Five  $ 150,000 (€ 115,500)
4 Team-CLG-NA-LCS-2017-Logo CLG Europe  $ 150,000 (€ 115,500)
5 Invictus-Gaming-LoL-WM-Team-Region-LPL-e1501421481165 Invictus Gaming  $ 75,000 (€ 57,750)
6 Najinsword-logo-lcs-season-1 NaJin Sword  $ 75,000 (€ 57,750)
7 Team-TSM-NA-LCS-2017-Logo Team SoloMid  $ 75,000 (€ 57,750)
8 Team_WE_Logo-lcs-season-2 Team World Elite  $ 75,000 (€ 57,750)

League of Legends Icon LCS Season 3:

In 2013 the LCS was got separated into the regions of EUROPE and NORTH AMERICA. The Asian teams got their own LoL League, which later split into LCK, GPL, LPL and LJL. In addition, a prize pool of US $ 100,000 (approximately € 85,000) has been assured for the two LCS leagues, which has not changed since then.

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

Europe

Result of EU LCS Season 3
Rank Prize Money
Spring Split Summer Split
1 $50,000 (€38,500) Team-Fnatic-Academy-EU-CS-Logo Fnatic Team-Fnatic-Academy-EU-CS-Logo Fnatic
2 $25,000 (€19,250) Team-Gambit-Gaming-LCS-EU-2016-Logo Gambit Gaming lemondogs-logo-eu-lcs-season-3 Lemondogs
3 $15,000 (€11,550) evil-geniuses-logo-eu-lcs-season-3 Evil Geniuses Team-Gambit-Gaming-LCS-EU-2016-Logo Gambit Gaming
4 $10,000 (€7700) sk-gaming-logo-eu-lcs-season-3 SK Gaming evil-geniuses-logo-eu-lcs-season-3 Evil Geniuses

North America

Result NA LCS Season 3
Rank Prize Money
Spring Split Summer Split
1 $50,000 (€38,500) Team-TSM-NA-LCS-2017-Logo Team SoloMid  Cloud9
2 $25,000 (€19,250) good-game-university-logo-na-lcs-season-3 Good Game University Team-TSM-NA-LCS-2017-Logo Team SoloMid
3 $15,000 (€11,550) team-vulcun-logo-na-lcs-2013 Team Vulcun team-vulcun-logo-na-lcs-2013 Team Vulcun
4 $10,000 (€7700) team-curse-logo-na-lcs-2013 Team Curse Team-Dignitas-LCS-NA-2016-Logo Team Dignitas

League of Legends Icon LCS Season 4:

In 2014, Team Roccat qualified for the EU LCS, making itself the longest remaining team in the European league besides Fnatic. The NA LCS was at this time mainly a two-team competition between Team SoloMid and Cloud9, only in the course of time CounterLogic Gaming could ascend to the top teams.

Read more about Season 4 here

Europe

Result of EU LCS Season 4
Rank Prize Money
Spring Split Summer Split
1 $50,000 (€38,500) Team-Fnatic-Academy-EU-CS-Logo Fnatic Alliance-LoL-WM-Team-Region-EU-e1501421959135 Alliance
2 $25,000 (€19,250) sk-gaming-logo-eu-lcs-season-3 SK Gaming Team-Fnatic-Academy-EU-CS-Logo Fnatic
3 $15,000 (€11,550) Team-ROCCAT-EU-LCS-2017-Logo Roccat sk-gaming-logo-eu-lcs-season-3 SK Gaming
4 $10,000 (€7700) Alliance-LoL-WM-Team-Region-EU-e1501421959135 Alliance Team-ROCCAT-EU-LCS-2017-Logo Roccat

North America

Result of NA LCS Season 4
Rank Prize Money
Spring Split Summer Split
1 $50,000 (€38,500)  Cloud9 Team-TSM-NA-LCS-2017-Logo Team SoloMid
2 $25,000 (€19,250) Team-TSM-NA-LCS-2017-Logo Team SoloMid  Cloud9
3 $15,000 (€11,550) Team-CLG-NA-LCS-2017-Logo Counter Logic Gaming LMQ-LoL-WM-Team-Region-LCS-NA-e1501422170590
4 $10,000 (€7700) team-curse-logo-na-lcs-2013 Team Curse team-curse-logo-na-lcs-2013 Team Curse

League of Legends Icon LCS Season 5:

In the fifth LCS season the “King of Europe” – Fnatic, the fourth and fifth split win, in addition to the World Championship title in Season 1, could be added to their achievements. Both the European and the North American leagues were raised from 8 to 10 teams this year. For this, an expansion tournament was held, in which the Unicorns of Love and GIANTS! Gaming and in North America Team Coast and Curse Academy qualified for the LCS. In the NA LCS, another team than Cloud9 and Team SoloMid was able to win a split: CounterLogic Gaming won the 2010 Summer Playoffs final and qualified directly for the LoL World Championship 2015.

Read more about Season 5 here

Europe

Result of EU LCS Season 5
Rank Prize Money
Spring Split Summer Split
1 $50,000 (€38,500) Team-Fnatic-Academy-EU-CS-Logo Fnatic Team-Fnatic-Academy-EU-CS-Logo Fnatic
2 $25,000 (€19,250) Team-Unicorns-of-Love-EU-LCS-2017-Logo Unicorns of Love Team-Origen-EU-LCS-2017-Logo Origen
3 $15,000 (€11,550) Team-H2K-Gaming-EU-LCS-2017-Logo H2K Gaming Team-H2K-Gaming-EU-LCS-2017-Logo H2K Gaming
4 $10,000 (€7700) sk-gaming-logo-eu-lcs-season-3 SK Gaming Team-Unicorns-of-Love-EU-LCS-2017-Logo Unicorns of Love

North America

Result of NA LCS Season 5
Rank Prize Money
Spring Split Summer Split
1 $50,000 (€38,500) Team-TSM-NA-LCS-2017-Logo Team SoloMid Team-CLG-NA-LCS-2017-Logo Counter Logic Gaming
2 $25,000 (€19,250)  Cloud9 Team-TSM-NA-LCS-2017-Logo Team SoloMid
3 $15,000 (€11,550) Team-Liquid-NA-LCS-2017-Logo Team Liquid Team-Liquid-NA-LCS-2017-Logo Team Liquid
4 $10,000 (€7700) Team-Impulse-LCS-NA-2016-Logo Team Impulse Team-Impulse-LCS-NA-2016-Logo Team Impulse

League of Legends Icon LCS Season 6:

The sixth LCS season brought a lot of chaos, especially in Europe. After Fnatic had won five of the six past splits, they were pushed from the throne. G2 Esports acquired the LCS spot from SK Gaming on the relegation and started a fantastic season in the LCS – the brand-new team ended both Splits 2016 on top of the table. However, at the LoL Worlds 2016 the European champion could not get past group stage. In NA LCS there was a new team too, the Immortals. With the engagement of Huni and Reignover, the former Fnatic players, they were able to dominate the regular spring split 2016, but only reached third place in the playoffs. In the summer, they also teamed up with Team SoloMid for the dominant position, but were unable to prove their skills in the Summer Playoffs and did not qualify for the LoL World Championship after an outstanding season.

Read more about Season 6 here

Europe

Result of EU LCS Season 6
Rank Prize Money
Spring Split Summer Split
1 $50,000 (€38,500) Team-G2-Esports-EU-LCS-2017-Logo-1 G2 Esports Team-G2-Esports-EU-LCS-2017-Logo-1 G2 Esports
2 $25,000 (€19,250) Team-Origen-EU-LCS-2017-Logo Origen Team-Splyce-LoL-Logo Splyce
3 $15,000 (€11,550) Team-Fnatic-Academy-EU-CS-Logo Fnatic Team-H2K-Gaming-EU-LCS-2017-Logo H2K Gaming
4 $10,000 (€7700) Team-H2K-Gaming-EU-LCS-2017-Logo H2K Gaming Team-Unicorns-of-Love-EU-LCS-2017-Logo Unicorns of Love

North America

Result of NA LCS Season 6
Rank Prize Money
Spring Split Summer Split
1 $50,000 (€38,500) Team-CLG-NA-LCS-2017-Logo Counter Logic Gaming Team-TSM-NA-LCS-2017-Logo Team SoloMid
2 $25,000 (€19,250) Team-TSM-NA-LCS-2017-Logo Team SoloMid  Cloud9
3 $15,000 (€11,550) Team-Immortals-NA-LCS-2017-Logo Immortals Team-Immortals-NA-LCS-2017-Logo Immortals
4 $10,000 (€7700) Team-Liquid-NA-LCS-2017-Logo Team Liquid Team-CLG-NA-LCS-2017-Logo Counter Logic Gaming

League of Legends Icon Currently running LCS Season 7:

Currently the LCS 2017 takes place, so the results of the summer split are not yet known. Through the Spring Playoffs, G2 Esports from Europe and Team SoloMid from North America qualified for the Mid-Season Invitational 2017, where G2 Esports made it to the finals but sadly lost to the reigning world champion SK Telecom T1. From 19th August to 3rd September, the LCS Summer Playoffs 2017 will take place, not only with the usual prize money, but also with the LoL Worlds 2017 qualification.

Read more about Season 7 here

Europe

Result of EU LCS Season 6
Rank Prize Money
Spring Split Summer Split
1 $50,000 (€38,500) Team-G2-Esports-EU-LCS-2017-Logo-1 G2 Esports TBD
2 $25,000 (€19,250) Team-Unicorns-of-Love-EU-LCS-2017-Logo Unicorns of Love TBD
3 $15,000 (€11,550) Team-Fnatic-Academy-EU-CS-Logo Fnatic TBD
4 $10,000 (€7700) Team-Misfits-EU-LCS-2017-Logo Misfits TBD

North America

Result of NA LCS Season 6
Rank Prize Money
Spring Split Summer Split
1 $50,000 (€38,500) Team-TSM-NA-LCS-2017-Logo Team SoloMid TBD
2 $25,000 (€19,250)  Cloud9 TBD
3 $15,000 (€11,550)  Phoenix1 TBD
4 $10,000 (€7700) FlyQuest-NA-LCS-2017-Logo Flyquest TBD