The 2017 League of Legends EU LCS begins today, with two match-ups kicking off the Spring Split from Berlin, Germany.
At 1 p.m. ET, Origen will face H2K. Directly after, at approximately 4 p.m. ET, G2Esports will see its first action of the season against Fnatic. Fans in the Berlin area can get tickets to the competitions held at the EU LCS Studio.
A go-to provider of esports content for millions of fans, Twitch is providing a free live stream of the action. Fans can view Twitch’s stream on their desktop/laptop on Twitch’s website or on mobile devices and gaming consoles via Twitch’s app.
If users prefer, LOL Esports’ YouTube channel also has a live stream of the competitions from Korea. Again, fans can view the action on a myriad of devices thanks to YouTube.
Finally, LOL Esports’ own website also carries a live stream that fans can watch on their desktop/laptop devices.
Will G2 Esports prove to be worthy of its status as the team to beat in the Spring Split or will another team show fans that the prognosticators were wrong? Fans begin to discover the answer to those and other questions today.