League of Legends 2017 EU LCS Spring Split Finals Tickets Information

by Matt Best

EU LCS Finals
(Photo: lolesports)

Are you a League of Legends fan? Need an excuse to go to Hamburg, Germany? Then look no further and grab your tickets to catch the 2017 EU LCS Spring Split Finals held at the Barclaycard Arena.

The Barclaycard Arena opened in 1991 and seats approximately 15,800. The entertainment venue has been the home for several entertainers and performers such as The Who, the Harlem Globetrotters, Drake, and Ed Sheeran. The venue is also famous for hosting Premiere League Darts. The arena is also no stranger to esports as they are already set to host Dota 2's ESL One Hamburg in October.

Here's what you need to know about the finals:

Dates:

  • April 22 (3rd vs 4th)
  • April 23 (1st vs 2nd)

Teams:

  • Top 4 teams from the EU LCS Spring Playoffs

Format:

  • Best of 5

What's On The Line:

  • 1st place - 90 points and will represent EU at MSI 2017
  • 2nd place - 70 points
  • 3rd place - 50 points
  • 4th place - 30 points

Tickets:

  • Saturday - 3rd place match: €22.50
  • Sunday - EU Spring Finals: €27.50
  • Weekend Ticket - €45
  • Riot will be releasing a limited selection of extra tickets for Saturday and Sunday's matches at 17:00 on Wednesday, March 29 on EVENTIM. Tickets will keep the same prices of both €22.50 and €27.50

At the time of publication, G2 Esports remain as the only undefeated team with a record of 5-0. Strong play by both Perkz and the bot lane of Zven and Mithy have propelled the team in a league of their own. Behind them in Group A is Misfits with a 7-3 record followed by a 4-6 Fnatic who has struggled all split long. Running hot right now is ROCCAT, stringing four wins together has brought their record up to 4-7 while Giants gaming look destined for the relegation tournament with a 2-8 record.

Over in Group B the Unicorns of Love stand on top with a 8-2 record. Right behind them is H2K with a 7-3 record. While H2K has not looked fantastic, you can't count them out when the pressure is on. They've proven in big situations that they can handle their own and contend with just about anyone in the world. Below them is where you'll find Splyce and their 6-4 record where they've been consistently average all split, losing to teams they are supposed to lose to and winning against those they should. Vitality are safely out of relegation with a 3-7 record only because a winless 0-11 Origen takes up the last spot in Group B.

By Matt Best

Matt Best is the Lead On Air Host and Producer for WWG. He has spent his professional career submerged in both the traditional sports world as well as esports. As one of the only Canadians at WWG, if you want to tilt Matt, just bring up awful Canadian stereotypes.