LCS Finals: Teams, Where to Watch, and more.

LCS Summer Finals

LCS Summer Finals

The League of Legends World Championship is just around the corner, and almost all contenders have been decided. However, in North America and Europe, regional titles are yet to be decided.

After a strong LCS Summer split, and an undefeated run through the upper bracket, Cloud9 look like the team to beat. Let's take a look at what's in store for Finals Weekend.

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LCS Finals Teams

Before the Grand Finals can begin, we must first decide the contenders. With their playoffs run still undefeated, Cloud9 will be the first, with Jensen locking in his 8th consecutive World Championship.

Their opponent will be decided by the Loser's Bracket Final on Saturday, which will see Spring Champions Evil Geniuses face off against 100Theives.

Both Teams lost to Cloud9 earlier in Playoffs, but unfortunately for EG, their star AD Carry Danny has recently stepped down for mental health reasons. He will be replaced by Kaori from their academy roster.

100Theives, therefore, look like the favourites coming in, but with EG's uncanny ability to show up when it counts, both teams will have to bring their A-game to make it to the Grand Finals and triumph there.

How to Watch the LCS Finals

Catch the Losers Bracket Finals between EG and 100T this Saturday at 21:00BST. The match will be a Best-of-5, and with the LCS second seed on the line, meaning a chance to skip the Worlds Play-in Stage, expect this one to come down to the wire.

The Winner will advance to the Grand Finals vs Cloud9 on Sunday. Cloud9 may look unstoppable so far, but the extra practice in the lower bracket may have been just what EG or 100T needed to get the edge.

Catch both games on the LCS Twitch or YouTube Stream at the times listed above, and don't forget to tune into the LEC Finals weekend earlier on in the day.

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