LCS Summer Finals eSports

That’s right, folks!

eSports has become huge over the past decade. It’s everywhere. Even some Twitch streamers make over $100K per month now.

League of Legends (LoL), North America’s premiere eSports league owned by Riot Games, is bringing their Legends Championship Series (LCS) to DETROIT!

The grand prize is $100,000 and the winner goes on to compete in the League of Legends World Championships later this year.

LCS Summer Finals eSports

They are expecting about 20,000 attendees.

eSports refers to organized multi-player video game competitions between pro teams for money.

Detroit even has their own pro eSports team, the Detroit Renegades, owned by Jonas Jerebko. They train at 10,000-square foot GameTime Detroit in Auburn Hills.

The highest paid eSports player is currently Germany’s KuroKy (Kuro Takhasomi) at $4.3 million dollars.

LCS Summer Finals eSports

Some eSports teams have names like Team Liquid, FaZe Clan, Cloud9, 100 Thieves, etc.

Some eSports players are Faker, Ninja, Flash, GeT_RiGhT, Boxer, Daigo, Dendi, etc.

There are also several female eSports players like Nylon (Nikolett Keszeli), Vanessa (Vanessa Arteaga) zAAz (Zainab Turkie), etc.

eSports global industry revenue is projected to reach $2 billion dollars annually by next year.

LCS Summer Finals eSports

What:          LCS Summer Finals

When:         August 24-25, 2019

Where:        Little Caesars Arena (2645 Woodward Ave, Detroit, MI)

Matches:      3rd place matches (Aug. 24), Finals (Aug. 25)

LCS Summer Finals eSports

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LCS Summer Finals eSports


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