With the Mid-Season Invitational (MSI) 2022 tournament done and dusted, all the regions across the world are gearing up for the big Summer Split, the most-important season before the World Championship. Major regions including North America’s League of Legends Championship Series (LCS), Europe’s League of Legends European Championship (LEC), and Korea’s League of Legends Champions Korea (LCK) have already announced the start dates of their league’s 2022 Summer Split.
The LCS and the LEC are kicking off on the same day on 17th June and Riot Games has posted the schedule for the LEC’s opening Super Week. Initially, Riot said, “If you can’t wait for the LEC to be back on your screens, then we have good news for you! The LEC Summer Season starts again on 17 June 2022 with a super week, so if you’re busy planning your summer calendars, make sure you pencil it in as you won’t want to miss it!”
Simply put, a super week consists of three days of action-packed games on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
The league has released the schedule for the first two weeks and the article shall be updated with the complete schedule as and when Riot Games updates it.
Here’s everything you need to know about the LEC 2022 Summer Split.
A guide to LEC 2022 Summer Split
The LEC Summer Split is the second split of the fourth year of Europe’s rebranded professional league: League of Legends European Championship (LEC). A total of ten teams shall compete in a round-robin group stage in best-of-ones (BO1).
LEC 2022 Summer Split: Teams and standings
Schedule for LEC’s Summer Split
The LEC kicks off its Summer Split on 17th June with a classic match between Team Vitality versus MAD Lions, two teams that were deemed as top-runners in the last split. The first day of the split will conclude with a BO1 between Rogue and Fnatic. Day 2 also has a banger game scheduled between Rogue and G2 Esports, a rematch of the Spring Final.