Everything to know about the 2022 LEC summer split
2022 LEC summer split

Everything to know about the 2022 LEC summer split

Schedule, Teams, where to watch and more

The best League of Legends teams in Europe will finally get back onto Summoner’s Rift this weekend as the 2022 League of Legends European Championship summer split kicks off on Friday. Here are all the details needed to follow the 2022 LEC summer split action.

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The 2022 LEC Summer split will feature best-of-one games that pit the 10 teams in the league against each in a double round-robin. This means that each team will play a total of 18 games.

These 18 games for each team will be played over the course of several weeks. On certain weeks, teams will play three games. However, teams will play twice for a week for the majority of the regular season. After the end of the regular season, the top eight teams will qualify for playoffs.


The 10 teams playing in the 2022 LEC summer split are the exact same as the teams that played in the previous split. Here are the 10 teams competing in the order of their placement from the 2022 LEC spring split.

  • G2 Esports
  • Rogue
  • Fnatic
  • Misfits Gaming
  • Team Vitality
  • Excel
  • MAD Lions
  • SK Gaming
  • Team BDS
  • Astralis

A couple of these teams did end up making some roster changes ahead of the 2022 LEC summer split. Among the notable moves, MAD Lions decided to add Yasin “Nisqy” Dinçer to their roster as their new mid-laner. VIT made a change in the jungle position by replacing Oskar “Selfmade” Boderek with a duo of Kang “Haru” Min-seung and Zhou “Bo” Yang-Bo. And Astralis brought in veteran top laner Tamás “Vizicsacsi” Kiss to fill in the top lane gap.

Where to Watch

The 2022 LEC Summer split will broadcast every game live on Twitch.tv as well as YouTube. Games are played every weekend on Fridays and Saturdays with the exception of the first and last week of the season. Those weeks will have additional games played on Sundays.

The season kicks off on Friday with VIT taking on MAD. The action starts at noon ET on Fridays and 11 a.m ET on Saturdays with games starting at the same time on weeks that include games on Sundays.

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