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League of Legends Summer Split leagues started on May 30

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League of Legends Summer Split leagues started on May 30

LCS Academy League Summer 2019
(May 30 - August 30)

LCS league for teams from North America. An interesting feature is that only Academy rosters take part in it. Only $25,000 will be up for grabs there. The winner will earn the main prize in the form of $10,000 and the vice-champion will earn $7,000. Teams to place 3rd-4th will receive the smallest prizes in the sum of $4,000. 10 teams totally participate in the event. The league is hosted both online and offline. Los-Angeles will be a venue.

LPL Summer 2019
(June 1 - September)

LoL Pro League is a large league, which takes place in China. Matches will be hosted only offline in four locations: Shanghai, Hangzhou, Chongqing, and Chengdu. The overall prize pool of LPL Summer 2019 will amount ¥3,500,000 (≃$520,870) and 240 Championship Points and 16 teams take part in its distribution. The money will be divided between the top six teams. Teams to place 5th-6th will earn ¥200,000 (~$28 945) and 20 CP. Teams to finish their participation on the 4th and 3rd place in the standings will become the owners of the prizes in the form of ¥300,000 (~$43 420)/40 CP and ¥500,000 (~$72 360)/70 CP, respectively. The vice-champion will receive a more solid prize in the sum of ¥800,000 (~$115,780) and 90 CP for his efforts and the champion will earn the main reward in the form of ¥1,500,000 (~$217,085) and an invite to 2019 World Championship.

LCS Summer 2019
(June 1 - September)

LoL Championship Series 2019 is similar to LPL, it takes place in North America but on a smaller scale: the number of participants is equal not to 16 but to 10 teams and the prize pool amounts not $520,870 and 240 Championship Points but $200,000 and 185 Championship Points. All matches will be hosted offline too and, just like in the case of LCS Academy Summer 2019, Los-Angeles will be a venue. With regard to the distribution of grabs, $200,000 will be up for grabs for the top four teams. The 5th-6th places will earn only 20 league points. Teams to stop on the 3rd-4th place will earn $25,000 and 55 CP. The vice-champion will become the owner of the prize in the sum of $50,000 and 90 CP and the winner will go to 2019 World Championship, having taken the money reward in the sum of $100,000.

CBLOL Winter 2019
(June 1 - September 7)

Despite the word “Winter” in its name, the league is carried out in summer and will finish on September 7. The Brazilian league is held with the participation of eight teams from South America. The overall prize pool amounts R$200,000 (≃$51,545) (0 Championship Points) and all matches will be hosted offline in two cities: Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo. Unlike the majority of LoL leagues, no one leaves without prizes here. Teams to place 7th and 8th will receive prizes in the sum of R$7,500 (≃$1,933). The last place will go to BRCC Summer 2019 and the penultimate one will move to CBLOL Summer Promotion 2019. The rest of the participants will advance to CBLOL Summer 2019. Teams to hold the 5th and 6th places in the standings will earn R$10,000 (≃$2,577) and R$15,000 (≃$3,866), respectively. Teams to place 3rd-4th will become the owners of the prize in the sum of R$25,000 (≃$6,443). The vice-champion will earn R$40,000 (≃$10,309) and the winner, besides the money reward in the sum of R$70,000 (≃$18,041), will receive the desired invite to 2019 World Championship.

LCK Summer 2019
(June 5 - September)

One of the largest seasonal League of Legends leagues takes place in South Korea and its prize pool is equal to the sum ₩295,000,000 (≃$249,800) and 220 Championship Points. 10 teams will take part in the distribution of grabs. All matches will be played offline and will be held in Seoul, the capital of Korea. Teams to hold the last two places will receive ₩10,000,000 (≃$8,470) and step down to the Promotion series. Teams to place 8th, 7th and 6th will earn the same money prizes but continue their participation in the next LCK season. Participants to place 5th, 4th and 3rd in the standings will earn money prizes in the sum of ₩15,000,000 (≃$12,700), ₩20,000,000 (≃$16,940) and ₩30,000,000 (≃$25,400), respectively, and 20, 40 and 70 CP, respectively. The vice-champion and the winner of the league will earn ₩60,000,000 (≃$50,800) and ₩100,000,000 (≃$84,680). In the case of the team to hold the second place, the participant will receive 90 Championship Points but the roster to lead the standings will become the owner of an invitation to 2019 World Championship.

LEC Summer 2019
(June 7 - September 1)

LoL European Championship 2019 will be hosted in Berlin with the prize pool in the sum of €200,000 where 10 participants will divide money and one invitation to 2019 World Championship. The 5th-6th places will receive €10,000 and 20 CP, the 3rd and 4th places will grab €30,000 and €20,000, respectively, and the vice-champion and the champion will become the owners of the most solid prizes in the sum of €50,000 and €100,000.

OPL Split 2 2019
(June 7 - August)

OPL Split 2 2019 is probably the smallest LoL league. It will take place in Australia and 8 teams will play for one thing, an invitation to 2019 World Championship, in offline matches, which will be hosted in Sydney. There will be no money prizes.

LLA Closing 2019
(June 8 - August 31)

LLA Closing 2019 is a league, which will be held in Santiago, Chile. There eight rosters will divide the prize pool in the sum of $55,555 and determine the best team to receive an invite to 2019 World Championship together with the main prize in the sum of $31,666. By the way, the top four teams will take part in the distribution of the grabs.

TCL Summer 2019
(June 8 - September)

TLC Summer 2019 is the same league as OPL Split 2 2019 but it will be hosted in Istanbul, Turkey. 10 teams will fight to decide one team, which will go to represent Turkey at 2019 World Championship. No money or Championship Points will be up for grabs.

VCS Summer 2019
(June 13 - September)

VCS Summer 2019 is a League of Legends league, which will take place in Ho Chi Minh Vietnam from June 13 to September. The overall prize pool, which will be divided by 8 teams, will amount ₫1,200,000,000 (≃$51,460) and the main money prize will be ₫400,000,000 (≃17,155). The winner will also receive a special reward, the right to represent Vietnam at the World Championship.

LMS Summer 2019
(June 14 - September)

LoL Master Series Summer 2019 will be carried out in Taiwan from June 14 to September. All matches will be hosted online in Taipei and the overall prize pool will amount NT$2,700,000 (≃ $87,463). The winner will receive the main money prize in the form of NT$1,500,000 and the right to represent Taiwan at the League of Legends World Championship.

LJL Summer 2019
(June 15 - September)

LoL Japanese League Summer 2019 will be held in Tokyo, the capital of Japan from June 15 to September. The overall prize pool will amount ¥10,000,000 (≃ $88,050) and 8 teams will take part in its distribution. The whole prize pool will be given to one team, which will go to 2019 World Championship to protect the honor of Japan.

LCL Summer 2019
(July 6 - September)

Continental league is a place where CIS teams will face to divide the overall prize pool in the sum of ₽5,000,000 (~$76,850). There is no information about how the grabs are distributed, however, like in the rest of the leagues, the best team will receive the right to represent its region at the largest international League of Legends championship, 2019 World Championship.

LST Summer 2019
(August)

League of Legends SEA Tour 2019 will be hosted among representatives of Southeast Asia in August. They will divide the overall prize pool in the sum of $90,000 и 200 Championship Points. Teams to place 3rd-4th will grab $25,000 and 55 CP. The vice-champion will become the owner of the prize in the sum of $50,000 and 90 CP and the winner will earn $100,000 and an invitation to 2019 World Championship.