The esporting mid-se ason of the League of Legends is approaching, accompanied by playoffs in all leagues, including the highest French level with the LFL. Here are the teams that will fight for first place.
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Yesterday the 5 LFL teams that had qualified for the Spring Split playoffs were officially announced: These are the three teams that dominated Split, Karmine Corp, BDS Esport and Misfits Premier, as well as those in Extremis, GameWard and Vitality. Bee qualified.
The 2020 season champion GamersOrigin only finished seventh when the LDLC OL team collapsed at the bottom of the table despite their French champions sOAZ and YellOwStaR.
– LoL esports FR 🇫🇷 (@lolesports_fr) March 10, 2021
The main goal of the playoffs is to crown a winning split team, but the stakes are even bigger: of the five teams participating, that is Two premieres get their place for the European Masters. This international tournament brings together the best teams from all national leagues on the old continent for a total of 16 teams $ 40,000 de cash prize
To be carried out in LEC
This tournament is also the best way for talented athletes to benefit from the teams of Europe’s leading league, the League of Legends European Championship (LEC), the highest level in the region. In the past year, many tournament winners were accepted into this league.
The last day of the regular LFL Spring Split starts at 5 p.m. tonight. on OTP
Given the resounding and unequal success the LFL has had with the start of this season, the playoffs promise to be followed closely by both French fans and fans from other countries. According to Esports Charts, the most watched match that Karmine Corp Solary competed in had one Peak attendance of more than 194,000 while the average audience is around 48,000. It’s no longer very far from the average French European League (LEC) audience.