Everything is set for the heavily anticipated clash between Afreeca Freecs and Griffin, both of whom will enter 2020 LCK Spring Split with new rosters as they search for their maiden League of Legends Champions Korea title.
The Korean League of Legends Championship (LCK) will begin this Wednesday with a thrilling bout between two of the chief contenders for the 2020 title, T1 and DAMWON Gaming.
On Monday, Griffin announced they had destroyed all existing contracts with their League of Legends esports players following the recent turmoil involving former coach Kim “cvMax” Dae-ho and former team director Cho Kyu-nam.
The 2019 LCK Regional Finals will continue this Thursday when SANDBOX Gaming take on Kingzone DragonX for the chance to face DAMWON Gaming in the decider.
SK Telecom T1 defeated Griffin on July 28 to extended their winning streak to an impressive run of seven, reminding everybody why they are the most successful team in League of Legends esports history.
Dethroned Griffin will enter week seven of the LCK Summer Split with hopes of finding a way back to the top and into the playoffs, which might be easier said than done considering the schedule that awaits them.
League Champions Korea returns to our screens on July 25 with an exciting match between Gen.G and SKT T1, two of the hottest teams in the competition at the moment.
SANDBOX and Gen.G will go head-to-head on Thursday, July 18 in the first match of week six in the 2019 LCK Summer Split. See our free betting tips and the latest odds from the best esports bookies.
Following the clash between EU and NA at Rift Rivals Blue, the spotlight moves to Asia, where Rift Rivals LCK-LPL-LMS-VCS, also known as Rift Rivals Red, is set to begin on July 4.
The top LoL teams from Vietnam will join the best of China and South Korea at this year’s Rift Rivals Red tournament, which is scheduled to run from July 4-7 in Seoul.