How to watch the 2022 LEC Summer Split

Watch the LEC teams qualify for the 2022 World Championship

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The 2022 LEC Summer Split is only five days away, and all eyes will be on the 10 teams competing for a spot in the 2022 League of Legends World Championship. Starting June 17 at 11am CT, the European teams will face each other in a best-of-one double round-robin, signaling the start of the final split of the year. 

The official broadcast will be in English on the LEC official channels, including YouTube and Twitch. Viewers can also link their Riot Games account to the LoLEsports website and earn in-game rewards by watching the Summer Split there. There will also be official co-streams available to watch in other languages. You can find all the matches for the first week of the 2022 LEC Summer Split below. 

Friday, June 17 – Starting at 11am CT

  • Team Vitality – MAD Lions
  • Team BDS – SK Gaming
  • Misfits Gaming – EXCEL
  • G2 Esports – Astralis
  • Rogue – Fnatic

Saturday, June 18 – Starting at 10am CT

  • Team BDS – Astralis
  • SK Gaming – MAD Lions
  • Team Vitality – Misfits Gaming
  • Fnatic – EXCEL
  • Rogue – G2 Esports

Sunday, June 19 – Starting at 10am CT

  • Misfits Gaming – Astralis
  • Team Vitality – Team BDS
  • SK Gaming – Fnatic
  • G2 Esports – EXCEL
  • Rogue – MAD Lions

The Summer Split is divided into two stages, the regular season and the playoffs. During the regular season, 10 teams compete in a best-of-one double round-robin, and the top six teams advance to the playoffs. The championship points accumulated by teams in the Summer Split regular season and throughout the Spring Split determines the playoffs’ seeding.

The Summer Split playoffs’ format is a double elimination, with each match being a best-of-five. At the end of the playoffs, the top three teams qualify for the 2022 World Championship in the fall.