LCS Format Changes for the 2016 Summer Split

Follow @bigbadesports In North America and Europe, teams have been playing best-of-ones each day for several years now. That trend stops in less than 2 weeks when the 2016 Summer Split gets under way and teams start competing in best-of-two and best-of-three formats. The format and scheduling for the summer split have been changed completely, so

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Collegiate League of Legends Takes Another Step; Big Ten Network to Televise Ohio State vs Michigan State LoL Match

Follow @bigbadesports When I say Ohio State vs Michigan State, I almost immediately think about football or basketball games between the two colleges. In this instance, I’m talking about League of Legends. Riot Games, the maker of League of Legends, and the Big Ten Network haver partnered together to bring viewers the BTN Invitational. The

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EU LCS: 2016 Spring Split Pre-Season Power Rankings

Follow @bigbadesports 2016 is here and with it comes season 6 of League of Legends. The League scene has been shaken up with the tumultuous off-season that just occurred, so let’s try to restore some order by establishing power rankings for each LCS region. The North American version of these rankings will be released tomorrow.

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LCK Off-Season Changes

Follow @bigbadesports The LCS leagues in North America and Europe are full of question marks and rumors these days, but the off-season for the LCK is moving much more rapidly. Organizations are clearing rosters to bring up young and upcoming talent, players are leaving the LCK for other regions, and even the OGN broadcasting team in Korea is

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