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The LEC reveals six new broadcast partners for the Spring Playoffs, adding more languages

The LEC reveals six new broadcast partners for the Spring Playoffs, adding more languages
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Riot Games has announced an expansion of officially partnered broadcasts for their LEC Spring Split Playoffs, including streams in six new languages.

The LEC reveals six new broadcast partners for the Spring Playoffs, adding more languages

The League of Legends European Championship (LEC) is expanding its broadcast partnerships. Starting with the Spring Split Playoffs, which kick off on March 26th, a total of six new partners will be introduced to further diversify the language options for LEC fans.

In addition to the already existing options such as French, Spanish, and Polish, all of the Playoffs matches will now also be avaible in the languages Dutch, Czech, Serbian, Greek, and Arabic. Those who want to hear the action in Turkish will get to do so too, albeit only for the grand finals of the Split.

For an overview of the added channels for each language, see the table below.

Language

Channel

Dutch

Esports Prime LoL

Czech

Hitpoint

Serbian

Fortuna

Greek

Gamers Lounge

Arabic

LoL Arabia

Turkish

Riot Games Turkish 2

Last weekend, the LEC determined the six teams that will be duking it out for the Spring Split title and the chance to defend Europe's honour at the Mid-Season Invitational in Iceland. G2 Esports, Rogue, MAD Lions, Schalke 04, Fnatic, and SK Gaming are the teams left standing in the league.

The LEC shared exciting news for the teams and fans of the league last Friday, when it was revealed that the Playoffs will be played from the LEC studio in Berlin. Although no audience members will be present, having teams play on-stage games is a massive improvement for the competition as it reduces latency drastically.

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