The League of Legends Championship Series has announced schedule changes upon the dawn of the summer split.
Riot Games' League of Legends is known for having one of, if not the biggest esports scenes in the world. Fans are exciting for the return of North America's top league as people around the world continue to stay home amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
LCS Announces Summer Split Schedule Changes
Here is a basic rundown of the new changes to the 2020 Summer Split:
- Thursday: The LCS Academy League will feature 5 games
- Friday: Multiple Academy games at once plus 2 LCS games later that night
- Saturday: 4 LCS games
- Sunday: 4 LCS games + the Bud Light League Lounge
The two LCS games originally scheduled for Mondays have been shifted to Fridays to accommodate a more tightly knit schedule.
Additionally, the Bud Light League Lounge recaps weekly events within the LCS as well as discusses upcoming matches to keep fans anticipated. While the upcoming League Lounges might not be in-studio, you can check all LCS action on their official Twitch channel starting Thursday, June 11.