As the four major leagues end their respective split online due to the coronavirus epidemic, Riot Games announced a model change for the LCK.
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Travis Gafford, well-known journalist from the League of Legends scene, revealed via his YouTube channel that 2/3 of the LCS pros players had voted for an outright cancellation of Spring Split following a vote led by The Players Association.
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The Korean eSports Association just announced that the LCK would soon resume online.
Due to the coronavirus, both leagues were interrupted a week ago but officials stated that matches would return online, starting on Friday.
While the LCS have been on a break since March 13, the North American championship could resume this weekend with a 100% online format.
After the LCK and the LEC, the LCS is the third league to be interrupted due to COVID-19 concerns.
Following suspicions of a member of the LEC staff being exposed to the COVID-19 virus, Riot Games have taken the decision to suspend the league until further notice as a precaution.
The decision intervenes less than a week after the postponement of the MSI.
G2 Esports is back at the top of the LEC after a successful week 6 leaving Origen and Fnatic behind in a tie for second!
FlyQuest have launched a Go Green initiative, aiming to plant trees and act for the planet. Different objectives transform their LCS performances into donations to the One Tree Planted organization.
The Rift Rivals haven't even gone through quarantine. With the tournament abandoned due to the coronavirus outbreak, Riot Games is relieving a very tight schedule but is overall determined to abandon a format that has never caught the fervour of League of Legends fans.
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The Mid-Season Invitational won't be canceled, nor played online or without a live audience. Instead, Riot Games have decided to postpone the event from May to July 2020.