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How to watch the 2022 LCS spring finals

Three teams, two series, one championship

The League of Legends Championship Series’ first large-scale, in-person event since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic begins this weekend in the Houston, Texas NRG Arena. The last two series of the 2022 LCS Spring Playoffs will play out on stage and, by the end of the weekend, one of three teams will wear this split’s crown. Here is how to catch all the action starting Saturday.

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How to watch LCS Spring finals 2022

The LCS finals takes place over the weekend, featuring the loser’s bracket final before the grand final. One of North America’s biggest League of Legends Twitch streamers, Tyler “Tyler1” Steinkamp, will kick off the opening ceremony as the master of ceremonies.

While the opening ceremony begins at 2 p.m. ET, the first match between Evil Geniuses and Team Liquid will follow an hour later, at 3 p.m. Both teams will play a best of five to determine who will face 100 Thieves in the grand final.

The next day, starting at 3 p.m., the grand final between 100 Thieves and the winner of the previous series will determine the spring champion. The grand final of the LCS Spring Split 2022 playoffs will either be a rematch of the best of five between Team Liquid and 100 Thieves or a completely new matchup between Evil Geniuses and 100 Thieves.

100 Thieves and Liquid already had a matchup for the ages that ended in a last second, Nexus backdoor from Felix “Abbedagge” Braun. 100 Thieves are defending their title from last summer while Team Liquid are looking to secure their first win as one of the strongest collections of talent North America has ever seen. Finally, Evil Geniuses have a roster of young talent vying for the organization’s first championship just one year after a significant roster rebuild.

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