May 23rd – May 30th
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Every week, Esports Betting Tips will bring you the hottest news in the LoL scene.
Summer is ideal for two things: beach escapes and championship breaks. Most sports have a summer break, and LoL is no different.
This week there is a major renovation coming in LCS. With North America introducing best-of-threes and Europe best-of-twos, you can expect a very different schedule taking place.
Here are the details for both NA and EU:
The LCS is changing rapidly, and this format is going to bring us some interesting games.
What should you expect? Keep on reading.
NA LCS Matches to Watch:
North America starts with a classic TSM vs CLG match. After their exciting match-up during the Spring Split Finals, you can expect an exciting battle.
The other game to watch is definitely Cloud9 Vs Immortals.
EU LCS Matches to Watch:
Don’t miss the first match of the bunch: Origen vs G2 Esports. There is a certain appeal to Vitality vs Fnatic as well, since they were so close during the last split!
LCK Recap & Matches to Watch
Are you following the Korean Standings? You can check what happened last week here.
The series to keep an eye out for are definitely the games between SKT and KT Rolster. KT is out for revenge and they will stop at nothing to get it.
LPL Recap and Matches to Watch
The two Chinese powerhouses, Edward Gaming and Royal Never Give Up, must be on your watchlist.
You can check the schedule and last week’s results here.
LoL has a vibrant Esports presence. Each week we will go through all the changes in roster: Players coming, players going; teams forming, teams breaking up. Everything you need to know about the ever-changing landscape of the League of Legends competitive scene.
22.05 – 30.05
Latin America South:
Latin America North:
League of Legends is one of the few competitive games that managed to get a P1 North American visa for its players in the past. After William “Leffen” Hjelte, probably the best Super Smash Bros player in the world, was deported from the States because he held a tourist visa instead of a work visa, eSports fans held a petition to make the government consider the competitive video-games scene as a legitimate sport. To get a response from the White House, the petition needed 100.000 signs by the 29th of May. As of today, the petition stands at 116,815 signs. White House has to deal with the matter, and in the case of a favorable decision, the eSports scene is heading for a major recognition.
Exciting stuff are coming to the LoL scene. Keep on playing and watching, and don’t forget to bookmark esports-betting-tips for all your eSports betting needs.