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When does the LCS Summer Split start in 2024?

Faker and Impact before LCS 2024 Summer Split

With the 2024 LCS Spring’s thrilling conclusion, fans cannot wait for the 2024 LCS Summer Split, and it’s starting very soon.

Riot has made many changes to the LCS over the past year, and reception to the changes varied among fans. One of the biggest changes is the LCS reportedly shifting to a single round-robin cycle with best-of-three series for the 2024 Summer split. Although Riot has not confirmed the new split format, fans are already reacting to the changes. Some praised the potential shift, as it means more games to watch. Others felt it could interfere with the tournament’s pacing and chase away new viewers.

Either way, more details will be revealed when the 2024 LCS Summer Split officially begins.

When is the 2024 LCS Summer Split start date?

The 2024 LCS Summer Split officially starts on June 15, 2024, which is when Riot will host the first matches.

Riot has not confirmed an end date for the event. The organizer also scheduled a two-week break to account for the 2024 Esports World Cup, which will begin in July 2024. Despite a rocky start to the 2024 LCS Spring split, with Riot appearing to prioritize Valorant esports, it seems the company is taking the LCS more seriously again. LCS 2024 Spring Split

Team Liquid’s victory at the 2024 LCS Spring Finals reinvigorated interest in the dwindling LCS scene. Stories such as long-time player Eom “UmTi” Seong-hyeon’s first championship ever and Jeong “Impact” Eon-young reaping his sixth LCS win meant fans couldn’t help but tune in.

When will the 2024 LCS Summer Playoffs start?

The 2024 LCS Summer Playoffs start date is not confirmed.

Given the pacing of the 2024 LCS Spring playoffs, speculations tend to put the date around August. However, with the reported best-of-three format and the two-week break, the scheduling may be too delicate for Riot to confirm a release window. Riot LCS Playoffs 2019 Opening Ceremony

However, any adjustments likely won’t take long to rectify. Many fans trust LCS commissioner Mark “MarkZ” Zimmerman to keep things chugging along for the event. A focus on the viewer experience also means more fans will tune in with ease, something the struggling North American LoL esports scene definitely needs.

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