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Everything you need to know about LEC Summer Season 2022


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Get ready to do it all over again, with the LEC Summer Season 2022 having already kicked off!

G2 Esports are off to a strong start after their wins in Spring Season and strong performance at MSI– but it’s from now on where the performances really matter.

Start Date

LEC Summer Season 2022 commenced on Friday, 17 June.

The broadcast kicks off at approximately 5pm BST. You can see the most up to date schedule here.

Where to Watch

You can watch LEC Summer Season 2022 on the lolesports.com website and the LEC Twitch & YouTube channels.

Teams

The following franchises are in action during LEC Summer 2022 Season:

  • Astralis (Denmark)
  • EXCEL (UK)
  • Fnatic (UK/Germany)
  • G2 Esports (Germany)
  • MAD Lions (Spain)
  • Misfits Gaming (USA)
  • SK Gaming (Germany)
  • Rogue (Germany)
  • Team Vitality (France)
  • Team BDS (Switzerland)

Rosters

The rosters for LEC Summer 2022 are as follows:

Astralis

PlayerNat.Role
Kiss “Vizicsacsi” TamásHungaryTop laner
Andrei “Xerxe” DragomirRomaniaJungler
Oliver “Dajor” RyppaGermanyMid laner
Kasper “Kobbe” KobberupDenmarkBot laner
Lee “JeongHoon” Jeong-hoonSouth KoreaSupport

EXCEL

PlayerNat.Role
Finn “Finn” WiestålSwedenTop laner
Mark “Markoon” van WoenselNetherlandsJungler
Erlend “Nukeduck” Våtevik HolmNorwayMid laner
Patrik “Patrik” JírůCzech Rep.Bot laner
Mihael “Mikyx” MehleSloveniaSupport

Fnatic

PlayerNat.Role
Martin “Wunder” Nordahl HansenDenmarkTop laner
Iván “Razork” Martín DíazSpainJungler
Marek “Humanoid” BrázdaCzech Rep.Mid laner
Elias “Upset” LippGermanyBot laner
Zdravets “Hylissang” Iliev GalabovBulgariaSupport

G2 Esports

PlayerNat.Role
Sergen “BrokenBlade” ÇelikGermany/TurkeyTop laner
Marcin “Jankos” JankowskiPolandJungler
Rasmus “caPs” WintherDenmarkMid laner
Victor “Flakked” LirolaSpainBot laner
Raphaël “Targamas” CrabbéBelgiumSupport

MAD Lions

PlayerNat.Role
İrfan “Armut” Berk TükekTurkeyTop laner
Javier “Elyoya” PradesSpainJungler
Yasin “Nisqy” DinçerBelgium/TurkeyMid laner
William “UNF0RGIVEN” NieminenSwedenBot laner
Norman “Kaiser” KaiserGermanySupport

Misfits Gaming

PlayerNat.Role
Joel “Irrelevant” Miro ScharollGermanyTop laner
Lucjan “Shlatan” AhmadPolandJungler
Vincent “Vetheo” BerriéFranceMid laner
Felix “MagiFelix” BoströmSwedenMid laner (substitute)
Matúš “Neon” JakubčíkSlovakiaBot laner
Mertai “Mersa” SariGreeceSupport

Rogue

PlayerNat.Role
Andrei “Odoamne” PascuRomaniaTop laner
Kim “Malrang” Geun-seongSouth KoreaJungler
Emil “Larssen” LarssonSwedenMid laner
Markos “Comp” StamkopoulosGreeceBot laner
Adrian “Trymbi” TrybusPolandSupport

SK Gaming

PlayerNat.Role
Janik “Jenax” BartelsGermanyTop laner
Erberk “Gilius” DemirGermany/TurkeyJungler
Daniel “Sertuss” GamaniGermanyMid laner
Jean “Jezu” MassolFranceBot laner
Erik “Treatz” WessénSwedenSupport

Team BDS

PlayerNat.Role
Tobiasz “Agresivoo” CibaPolandTop laner
Jakub “Cinkrof” RokickiPolandJungler
Ilias “NUCLEARINT” BizrikenFranceMid laner
Matthew “xMatty” CoombsUnited KingdomBot laner
Robert “Erdote” NowakPolandSupport

Team Vitality

PlayerNat.Role
Barney “Alphari” MorrisGreat BritainTop laner
Kang “Haru” Min-seungSouth KoreaJungler
Luka “Perkz” PerkovićCroatiaMid laner
Matyáš “Carzzy” OrságCzech Rep.Bot laner
Labros “Labrov” PapoutsakisGreeceSupport

First Round of Results

Team Vitality 0-1 MAD Lions

SK Gaming 1-0 Team BDS

EXCEL 1-0 Misfits Gaming

G2 Esports 1-0 Astralis

Rogue 0-1 Fnatic

Astralis 1-0 Team BDS

SK Gaming 0-1 MAD Lions

Misfits 0-1 Team Vitality

EXCEL 1-0 Fnatic

G2 Esports 1-0 Rogue

Misfits Gaming 0-1 Astralis

Team BDS 0-1 Team Vitality

SK Gaming 0-1 Fnatic

G2 Esports 1-0 EXCEL

MAD Lions 0-1 Rogue

Current Standings

 TeamRecord
1.G2 Esports3-0
2.Astralis2-1
2.Excel Esports2-1
2.Fnatic2-1
2.MAD Lions2-1
2.Team Vitality2-1
7.Rogue1-2
7.SK Gaming1-2
9.Misfits Gaming0-3
9.Team BDS0-3

Format

The format of the competition, as well as team selections for the World Championship, will be played out in three different phases:

  • Regular Season
  • Playoffs

1) Regular Season

The Regular Season is the initial stage of the competition, where all ten teams will face each other twice in a double round-robin format in best-of-one matches.

Once the second round-robin is complete, the top six ranked will move on to the playoffs. The League of Legends LEC 2022 Regular Season expected to last for eight weeks.

2) Playoffs

The six qualified teams from the Regular Season will move on to the final stage of the competition, where one will be crowned the Summer Season champions.

Like previous Season iterations, the playoffs are expected to have both a winners’ and losers’ bracket.

The matches will be best-of-five, with the Playoffs stage kicking off with the fifth and sixth-placed teams in the lower bracket.

Championship Points

Championship Points is a performance-based scoring system that attributes points to teams based on their performance throughout the entire season. The points earned through participating in the 2022 League of Legends Spring Season will be carried over to the Summer Season.

The points awarded for placement in the Regular Summer Season are as follows:

  • 120 Championship Points to the team that places first
  • 90 Championship Points to the second-ranked team
  • 70 Championship Points to the third-ranked team
  • 50 to the fourth-ranked team
  • 30 to the fifth-ranked team
  • 20 to the sixth-ranked team

The points awarded during the LEC 2022 Regular Summer Season will contribute to the seeding of teams in the Summer Season Playoffs bracket. Teams will only qualify for the Playoffs if they finish top six in the Regular Season standings. The top three teams in the Playoffs will qualify for a spot at the League of Legends World Championships.

Current Championship Points Standings

 TeamPoints
1G2 Esports90
2Rogue70
3Fnatic50
4Misfits Gaming30
5Team Vitality20
6Excel10
7MAD Lions0
8SK Gaming0
9Astralis0
10Team BDS0

Key Statistics

Last year the Summer Season racked up over 33 million hours watched on online platforms, with a peak viewership of close to 850,000 viewers for G2 Esports vs Fnatic which took place during the playoffs.

The most popular Champions last year were Renekton who was picked 33 times and had a 60% win rate, and Viego who was picked 44 times and a 55% win rate.

Fnatic’s Upset had the best KDA (kills, deaths & assists) ratio of 9.15.

For more LEC stats from 2021 head here.


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