This section will cover all regions of League of Legends Esports and report on their games. With the rapid increase in eSports and LoL’s popularity, many focused media outlets (or team-owned) have emerged to give these stars more character development and personality by releasing interviews or speaking with players directly! I greatly enjoy this part of NA LCS, and I’m sure it’s something you enjoy as well.
Coming off of the highly anticipated Rift Rivals tournament, LoL Esports has now turned its attention back to the 2018 NA LCS Summer Split, where ten teams stand ready to compete for a spot at Worlds. The best-of-three format is back, but this time with two games to be played each day in a double round-robin style. The top 6 teams after the split will automatically qualify for Worlds while the bottom four must fight through regional qualifiers in order to have another chance at international competition.”**
Talking about League of Legends Esports preparation for summer split:-
With the summer split only just beginning, eSports fans are already prepared for all the action throughout the regular season. Many teams are hungry for a taste of victory after missing out on Worlds last year, but there’s also new blood looking to prove themselves too! The return of Team SoloMid is amongst one of the most anticipated storylines coming into this split, with their rival Cloud9 already proving strong with their win at Rift Rivals. TSM has looked extremely strong in recent weeks, but are they strong enough to take the entire split? We’ll have to wait and see!
If you haven’t been watching League of Legends Esports live before today, it’s not too late to start. And if you have, don’t miss out on all the action happening this week with the NA LCS 2018 Summer Split. There is a multitude of matches happening this weekend, so be sure to find your favourites and tune in for some exciting LoL!”**
In a surprising turn of events, TSM could not secure a first-place spot in the LCS standings after dropping a game today. With Echo Fox and OpTic Gaming on their tails, TSM has a lot of work ahead if they wish to keep the first place going into weeks 3 and 4. They face off against Cloud9 and Clutch Gaming next week, which could be fairly close, but there’s no doubt in anyone’s mind that they will make it to the playoffs. This split holds a lot of different storylines for NA fans to watch out for, so don’t miss out on the action!
Talking about League of Legends Esports Rift Rivals tournament:-
League of Legends’ Esports Rift Rivals tournament is finally over. With North America, Europe and China represented this year; Rift Rivals was filled with nonstop League of Legends action for three days. The best-of-one tournament allowed teams to learn about their strengths and weaknesses quickly against international opponents. While the Chinese representatives, Royal Never Give Up (RNG), took home first place after three days of competition, it was Team SoloMid (TSM) that surprised many fans when they took second place after almost beating RNG; in the final game.”**
Few more information regarding League of Legends Esports fans:-
League of Legends Esports is an extremely diverse Esport with fans from all over the world, and its games cater to people of all ages! Whether you’re a veteran player or someone completely new, there are plenty of resources available to help you get started. If you enjoy fast-paced games with high-pressure situations and tactics galore, League of Legends is the game for you!
Talking about one of the most important aspects of League of Legends Esports is its community, which has grown exponentially since I began playing. It’s truly difficult to not see how involved everyone in this game is! There are gatherings in every major city around the world where people can simply meet up and cheer on their favourite teams together (which many do). It may seem like a small feat, but there’s something very special about watching eSports alongside hundreds of fans in an auditorium!