The LEC and LCS Summer seasons have gotten off to an exciting start, with the ladders in both leagues getting shaken up in unexpected ways.
While G2 Esports and Cloud9 were crowned as the kings of the region just two months ago, the landscape is vastly different with the Road to Worlds clearly in sight.
Teams who were underperforming in Spring have shot up to try and mount a charge to qualify for the end-of-year event, while some squads have failed to live up to the hype. The motivation is extra high in Europe, with an extra fourth spot on the line after G2's performance last year.
If you want to catch the action, keep reading on to find out the latest results, and when you can see next week's games. You might even earn some rewards just by tuning in too.
As always, LEC and LCS matches will all be broadcasted live on the official Riot Games Twitch channel, which you can view below.
The broadcasts will start with European action from the LEC, before transitioning into the LCS at the conclusion of their matches.
Are G2 no longer the Kings of Europe? The first few weeks of the LEC Summer 2020 certainly may look that way, but there's a long way to go. MAD Lions and Rogue have risen to the top early on the season, but from there, things get murky.
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While G2 have fallen off the pace somewhat, after three weeks of action they still sit with a positive 4-3 record. That's better than their long-time rivals Fnatic, who are down in seventh with three wins to their name.
SK Gaming have risen up to the challenge after being belted in Spring, and have emerged as a late contender for one of Europe's four spots at Worlds. With the halfway point of the split coming up, and a week's break on the horizon, some teams will definitely need to put their foot on the gas to climb into playoffs contention.
Game of the Week: Misfits vs MAD Lions on July 4 (10am PST).
Friday, July 3
|Vitality vs Excel||9 AM||12 PM||5 PM|
|MAD Lions vs FC Schalke 04||10 AM||1 PM||6 PM|
|Fnatic vs SK Gaming||11 AM||2 PM||7 PM|
|Rogue vs Origen||12 PM||3 PM||8 PM|
|Misfits vs G2 Esports||1 PM||4 PM||9 PM|
Saturday, July 4
|Rogue vs SK Gaming||8 AM||11 AM||4 PM|
|Vitality vs Origen||9 AM||12 PM||5 PM|
|Misfits vs MAD Lions||10 AM||1 PM||6 PM|
|Fnatic vs FC Schalke 04||11 AM||2 PM||7 PM|
|G2 Esports vs Excel||12 PM||3 PM||8 PM|
|10||FC Schalke 04||0-7|
Cloud9 has once again broken out to a dominant lead in LCS Summer 2020. The Spring champions have shown no signs of slowing down, decimating their opponents to remain the only undefeated team in Summer.
However, there's a few new faces hot on their heels. CLG have climbed from tenth to tied-2nd heading into Week 4, stunning most pundits. Team Liquid have done the same, benefiting massively from the dismissal of Doublelift in the off-season.
With three Worlds spots on the line at the end of the Summer Split, it's going to be a race to the wire to see which of NA's finest will join Cloud9 in China come November.
Game of the Week: CLG vs Cloud9 on July 3 (7pm PST).
Friday, July 3
|100 Thieves vs Golden Guardians||6 PM||9 PM||2 AM June 20|
|CLG vs Cloud9||7 PM||10 PM||3 AM June 20|
Saturday, July 4
|Golden Guardians vs TSM||1 PM||4 PM||9 PM|
|100 Thieves vs Dignitas||2 PM||5 PM||10 PM|
|FlyQuest vs Evil Geniuses||3 PM||6 PM||11 PM|
|Team Liquid vs Immortals||4 PM||7 PM||12 AM June 21|
Sunday, July 5
|Dignitas vs Cloud9||1 PM||4 PM||9 PM|
|FlyQuest vs Team Liquid||2 PM||5 PM||10 PM|
|CLG vs TSM||3 PM||6 PM||11 PM|
|Immortals vs Evil Geniuses||4 PM||7 PM||12 AM June 22|