The curse has been broken! Team Liquid breeze through 100 Thieves 3-0 to become the first North American LCS champions in 2018.
After a four-split break, Europe welcomes back Fnatic as the reigning overlords of the League Championship Series.
After nearly six months of inactivity, Henrik “Froggen” Hansen returns to competitive League of Legends in newly reincarnated Origen.
With the first split of the 2018 season nearing its end, we took a look back at the worst, most embarrassing plays of the last few months. It's been one hell of a weird split. SK Telecom T1 struggled in every one of their matches, they even managed to lose...
As the game loads up on my screen I can't help but feel nervous. I've been playing this game for years, with thousands of hours on the record, but it's my first game ever on the Korean servers and that idea is daunting. I don't know any of the players, I...
Ten months after Riot Games officially announced changes to the North American League Championship Series, the game developer declared similar adjustments to the European league.
After a harrowing week SK Telecom T1 fans can breathe a little easier — with some luck, the team squeezes its way into the top five.
Current world champions SK Telecom T1 are in danger of not making LCK playoffs this split. With a shaky record of seven wins and nine losses, their hopes are now in the hands of others.
With just one day of matches remaining, six teams are still in the running to get into the EU LCS playoffs.
The final week of NA LCS Spring Split is promising to be nerve-racking for the fans of three North American teams.
Logistics departments over at Fnatic and Splyce are about to get pretty busy, as the teams are among the first to qualify for the playoffs.