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Breif Hstory of LOL Esports:-
Leauge Of Legends Esports (LoL) is a 5v5 online battle arena video game developed and published by Riot Games. It is a free-to-play game with micropayments that allow players to obtain cosmetic skins for their champions. LOL Esports game’s objective is to destroy the enemy’s nexus, which is a structure at the heart of a base guarded by defensive structures and NPC (non-player characters) minions. The game launched in late 2009 and has gone through several changes since then; the most recent one was its preseason update in December 2014, which saw increased importance placed on items, champion balance, and the jungle.
Everything About LOL Esports Championship Series:-
The LOL Esports Championship Series (LCS) is the official LoL esports league run by Riot Games, and it consists of 10 teams from America and Europe. The season lasts ten weeks, after which eight teams qualify for playoffs. EU teams are placed into poor vs. good standing based on their standings; the top 6 stay there while the bottom four are placed in slightly less poor standing. The playoffs last eight weeks, with the top 2 teams of each region receiving a bye to the semifinals while 3rd to 6th place play in quarterfinals. The winner of each region competes for $1M at the finals held every August.
League Of Legends Championship Series Format Changes 2016
The changes that Riot Games will implement in the 2016 LCS season are long overdue. With poor viewership numbers across the board, Riot is attempting to turn its LOL Esports scene around before it gets too late. The changes for Europe and America are as follows:
– For Europe, there will be five total teams receiving an automatic bye to quarters while three other teams will compete in play-ins. The 3rd and 4th place teams from the play-in rounds will then move on to compete against the 5th and 6th place LCS teams, who have received a bye to the next round.
– In America, there will be ten total teams competing in a double round-robin format. Also at the end of this season, the top 6 teams will move on to a playoff bracket, with the winner taking home $200,000. The bottom four teams will be relegated to compete in the Challenger Series for a chance to re-enter the LCS.
In LOL Esports, relegation is the process by which a team is removed from the league and is replaced by a team that can participate at a higher level. This game has an abundance of these types of events, but relegation is probably one of the most important because it allows teams to fight for their spot in the LCS. At the end of each split, Riot will hold a promotion/relegation tournament where challenger teams from the Challenger Series can qualify for a spot in the next season of LCS. In Europe, there is no promotion/relegation because 5th-6th place teams compete against 3rd and 4th place challenger teams for a spot in the next split. This gives those challenger teams a chance to make it into LCS should they win promotion.
LCS Spring Split Format Changes 2016
Finally, the LCS will see some major changes in its format for Spring Split. With all of these changes coming to the EU and NA, there is no doubt that there are going to be large differences between them. Riot Games has kept us on our toes with what it will do for the EU.
Some more Facts Related to LoL Esports:-
This year’s LOL Esports World Championship was one for the ages. The tournament was filled with excitement, heartbreak, and memorable moments. In the end, it was Europe’s Fnatic who emerged victorious, defeating North America’s Cloud9 in a thrilling 3-1 finals series.
Fnatic’s victory was especially sweet, as it marked the first time a European team had ever won the World Championship. They played brilliantly throughout the tournament, and deservedly took home the Summoner’s Cup. For Cloud9, it was another case of close but no cigar. They put up a valiant fight against Fnatic, but in the end they were just outclassed.
Overall, the World Championship was a spectacular event, and it has left fans eagerly anticipating next year’s tournament. At Last Thanks for following along, and be sure to check back soon for more LoL Esports coverage. Thank you for reading! Be sure to check out our website for more information.