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The start dates for the 2019 Summer Splits in League’s 13 recognized regions have been unveiled today.
Following the epic conclusion of MSI in which G2 Esports stomped Team Liquid, the pros will get another two weeks off before competitive action starts again on June 1.
The Summer Split in most major regions will start between June 1 and 8. The LCS returns to action on June 1 and the LEC Summer Split starts on June 7. Most regions will wrap up their Summer Split in late August or early September, just in time for Worlds to start in October.
Here are the start dates for the 2019 Summer Split in the major League regions.
|LoL Championship Series (NA)||June 1|
|LoL European Championship (EU)||June 7|
|LoL Pro League (CN)||June 1|
|LoL Champions Korea (KR)||June 5|
|Vietnam Championship Series (VN)||June 13|
|LoL Master Series (TW)||June 14|
|Turkish Championship League (TR)||June 8|
|LoL Continental League (RU)||July 6|
|LJL (JP)||June 15|
|Oceania Pro League (OCE)||June 7|
|Latin America League (LLA)||June 8|
|CBLOL (BR)||June 1|
|LoL SEA Tour (SEA)||June 7|
For now, League fans will have to tide themselves over with replays from MSI or by playing the game themselves. Don’t worry, though, the two-week break will fly by and the action will start heating up once again at the start of June.