League of Legends fans rejoice! The very first big events in 2017 are just around the corner. Yes, I’m talking about NA LCS and EU LCS Spring Playoffs 2017. Undoubtedly, both events won’t lack excitement and great battles. Watching streams and videos is always great, but you can also watch all the active live. Riot Games has released tickets for both events, keep reading to see prices and other important things you should know.
EU LCS Spring Split Final Ticket Info and FAQ
The final Spring Split event for Europe region will be held at the Barclaycard Arena in Hamburg, Germany on April 22-23. The tickets are already released and you can buy them on the Eventim site. Just like with NA LCS, there are different ticket options, but here they’re not according to the location in the venue:
- Saturday (3rd place match) – €22.50 (about $23.79)
- Sunday (final match) – €27.50 (about $29.08)
Ticket prices exclude the Eventim webshop fee.
Below, you can take a look at the EU Spring Playoff ticket FAQ.
Can I buy the weekend ticket package?
Yes, there is a limited offer of weekend ticket packages and the price is €45 (about $47.59).
Is there an age limit?
Persons under the age of 12 are required to have an adult companion.
Do I need to create Eventim account to buy tickets?
Of course, to get your tickets you have to sign up and create an account, for free.
How many tickets can I buy?
You can buy 6 tickets maximum.
Is Riot Games going to release more tickets for this event?
There is a possibility that Riot Games will release more tickets late in March, but even if they do it will be a limited amount. So, if you can buy your tickets now, it would be the best thing to do.
Is live commentary going to be in German?
No, live commentary will be in English.
NA LCS Spring Split Final and FAQ
NA Spring Split final will be held in Vancouver, Canada this year at the Pacific Coliseum. On April 22, 3rd and 4th place battles are scheduled, while on April 23rd we’re going to see the 1st and 2nd place. The top four teams from NA LCS Spring Playoffs will participate in the final event of the spring
The tickets were released on March 3 and they are available, exclusively, on TicketLeader website.
Prices of the tickets are:
- PL 1: $60
- PL 2: $50
What’s the difference between the two? Well, PL1 is closest to the stage, located in the lower half of the Lower Bowl, while PL2 refers to the upper half of the Lower Bowl. It is also important to mention that prices also include applicable fees.
This FAQ contains answers to all your questions
Do I need an account on TicketLeader to purchase tickets?
Yes, in order to buy your tickets, you have to set up an account. It’s a two-minute job.
Is there an option to purchase a multi-day ticket?
If you plan to see more battles than one, you’ll be happy to know that there is a limited quantity of weekend bundles to purchase both tickets for Saturday and Sunday in both tiers. Plus, bundles will have 20% discount (that doesn’t apply to mandatory fees). Bundle prices are:
- PL 1: $97.50
- PL 2: $82.00
How many tickets can I buy at once?
You can buy up to 6 tickets.
How long I’ll have to wait for my tickets?
Your tickets will be delivered 48 hours prior to the event electronically, or you can pick them up at Will Call.
When does the event start?
The event will start at 12 PM PT on both days, immediately following the EU LCS broadcast.
So, when do doors open?
Doors open at 10.30 AM PT.
Tickets for both NA and EU LCS Spring Split final are released and come for affordable prices. If you have the chance to go to one of these events, then don’t wait – get your ticket now before they’re sold out.
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