LoL Championship Series
The LoL Championship Series (colloquially know as the LCS) is Riot Games' North American franchised league. Formally known as the NA LCS prior to the EU LCS rebranding as the LEC in 2019, the league was launched in 2013 as the top tier League of Legends competition in North America. Following the massive success, Riot Games franchised the league, with 10 teams becoming permanent partners, prior to the Spring 2018 split. For further details on the franchising, see the NA LCS Franchising article.
|2019-06-29||2nd||Premier||Rift Rivals 2019: NA vs EU||1 : 3||$5,000|
|2018-12-08||W||Misc||All-Star 2018 - NA vs EU||1 : 0||$0|
|2018-07-07||2nd||Premier||Rift Rivals 2018: NA vs EU||1 : 3||$5,000|
|2017-12-08||5 - 6th||Misc||All-Star 2017||1/-/2||Grp. S.||$0|
|2017-07-08||1st||Premier||Rift Rivals 2017: NA vs EU||3 : 0||$20,000|
|2016-12-11||L||Misc||All-Star Barcelona 2016||850 : 1100||$0|
|2015-12-13||W||Misc||All-Star Los Angeles 2015||1075 : 875||$0|
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- On the 15th of March in the Spring 2021 season, Counter Logic Gaming broke the quickest first blood LCS record against Evil Geniuses, at 33 seconds into the game.