Here's when NA competition kicks off.
The League of Legends LCS, is set to begin on Saturday 26th January at around 22:00 GMT (14:00 PT / 17:00 ET) and continues on Sunday 27th January a couple of hours earlier at 20:00 GMT.
Riot Games confirmed the news over on the official League of Legends site, alongside its revamp of the NA LCS. No longer does the term “LCS” encompass both EU and NA leagues. The newly announced LEC covers the EU side of things, while the LCS focuses solely on NA competition. It’s got updated logos, a new site and more.
While it sports a new look, competition still remains as fierce as ever. NA LCS veterans like TSM, CLG, Liquid and C9 are all returning for another shot at the trophy, while newer squads like Golden Guardians, Clutch Gaming and Optic Gaming will all be pushing for a first chance at lifting the title.
Below we’ve posted the LCS Week 1 Schedule:
It’s worth noting that the times below are in GMT, so there’s some crossover between Saturday, Sunday and Monday.
Saturday January 26th
- 22:00 – C9 vs TL
- 23:00 – TSM vs 100
Sunday January 27th
- 00:00 – CLG vs OPT
- 01:00 – FLY vs GGS
- 02:00 – FOX vs CG
- 20:00 – FLY vs OPT
- 21:00 – C9 vs 100
- 22:00 – CLG vs TL
- 23:00 – TSM vs CG
Monday January 28th
- 00:00 – FOX vs GGS
The complete Spring Split schedule is now live on League’s official esports site.