League of Legends LCS Spring Finals: How to Watch

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Want to know how to watch the League of Legends LCS Spring Finals? We've got you covered.

Spring is here: trees are turning green, flowers are blooming, and the sun is shining. One could almost say the world seems to be... built different? The LCS Spring Finals are taking place this weekend at the NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas, where two teams fight for the title of Spring Champion.

LCS released a promotional video featuring Tyler1, who certainly embodies the hype and excitement of fans as the spring finals approach. But even if you can't be a part of the screaming crowd in person, we'll let you know where you can watch (and cheer on) your favorite team from home.

How to Watch the LCS Spring Finals

The LCS Spring Finals will be livestreamed on the official LCS Twitch Channel. Tune in on Sunday, April 24 at 4 PM EDT to see who will take home the $100,000 prize, and qualify for the Mid-Season Invitational.

Round 3 of the spring season will take place on Saturday, April 23, starting at 4 PM EDT. This will also be livestreamed on the LCS Twitch Channel, and you can check out the streaming schedule here.

Team Liquid will face Evil Geniuses for a spot in the finals. 100 Thieves have already defeated Team Liquid in Round 2 of the spring season, which secured them their place in the finals. Will Team Liquid be able to have their revenge on 100 Thieves, or will they be outwitted by the Evil Geniuses in Round 3? Only time will tell.