The LEC is approaching its first-ever winter split, as the massive format changes take effect and the teams gear up for another year of competitive League of Legends. New teams and veterans alike are ready to face off once again, and show they deserve the spot on the international stage.
The league is once again hosting fans to watch all the action live, in the Berlin studios. This is an unmissable experience for League of Legends fans. Here's everything you need to know to make sure you don't miss your chance to meet all your favourite players.
How to buy LEC Winter Split 2023 Tickets
Tickets for the first-ever winter split of the League of Legends EMEA Championship will go live on the 12th of December. 7 pm CET is the drop, and tickets will go fast, so don't miss your chance to get involved in this awesome live experience.
You'll be able to purchase tickets for you and up to three friends via the Eventbrite page from that time. Tickets for different days will have to be purchased separately, and places are limited, so you'll need to act fast.
Tickets for the new LEC Kickoff event will also go live on the 12th of December at 7 pm CET. We don't have many details about this event just yet, but we will certainly keep you updated when we hear more.
How much will LEC 2023 Tickets Cost?
Tickets for the main winter split will be 12 EUR per head, including transaction fees, which is shockingly low for one of the best live experiences in League. At under 50 EUR for your group of 4, this is one of the best value days out in Berlin.
The LEC kickoff event will come in at slightly more, at 25 EUR per head, as it is the first event of its kind. Expect good value for money though from this mini-tournament, as it will be the first time we see many of the new teams in action.