Now that the new League of Legends competitive year is starting, here’s everything you need to know on how to watch LEC for 2022! From the schedule to all the official broadcast partners, you will have all the necessary information to fully enjoy the LEC 2022 Spring Split!
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LEC 2022 Spring Split Schedule
The LEC 2022 is starting on Jan. 14, with its end date on Mar. 6. The dates might be subject to changes based on the Covid-19 situation, but it should end by mid-March, before the start of the playoffs. The LEC will play for 8 consecutive weeks, with matches on Friday and Saturday starting at 18:00 CET. There are two exceptions with the first and the last week of the split, as the so-called LEC Superweek will have 3 days of matches, from Friday to Sunday.
The LEC Spring Playoffs begin on Mar. 25, but the schedule for the tournament has not been confirmed yet. Nonetheless, the Spring Split Finals will be played on the 9th or 10th of April, with the winner participating in the Mid-Season Invitational. Now that we’ve covered the LEC schedule, let’s see where you can watch the LEC live!
How to watch LEC 2022 Spring Split Live
You can tune in to all the LEC 2022 Spring Split matches either through the LoL Esports page and LEC’s official Twitch channel. It doesn’t really make much of a difference in terms of quality, but the experience does change a bit between the two. On one hand, Twitch favors the interaction with other fans and you can react with special emojis to your favorite teams. On the other, the LoL Esports page secures yourself Hextech chests and keys that you can use directly with your client, as long as you’re logged in with your official Riot account.
As always, the LEC broadcast team has partnered once again with esports broadcasters around the globe to bring the LEC coverage in 2022. You can catch all of the action in the following languages each week:
German – Summoner’s Inn (Freaks4U Gaming)
French – One Trick Production (OTP)
Spanish – LVPes (Fandroid)
Polish – Frenzy/Polsat
Russian – GIG.me
Italian – PG Esports
Portuguese – Inygon
Hungarian – Esport1
Greek – PVP Media
Serbian – Fortuna
Dutch – META
Czech – Hitpoint
Check out the links above to catch all of the action live in your preferred language! Also, if you want to follow all the latest news and updates on your favorite teams, make sure to head over to the LEC official Twitter account!