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LEC Spring 2021: Where, When, and How to Watch Week 1

The LEC returns to action today, the first time in almost half a decade that the European league will not feature Rekkles as a member of Fnatic or feature Perkz at all. There is also a format change to the LEC, which will feature “superweeks” with matches on three days. Week 1 will kick off with a superweek,  three days of action, so here is where you can watch everything!

Where to Watch

Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/lec

Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/LEC

Schedule

Day 1 (1/22)

Broadcast Begins (each game is approximately one hour after the previous): 12:00 EDT / 09:00 PDT

G2 Esports vs. MAD Lions
Astralis vs. SK Gaming
Rogue vs. Excel
Vitality vs. Schalke 04
Misfits vs. Fnatic

Day 2 (1/23)

Broadcast Begins (each game is approximately one hour after the previous): 11:00 EDT / 08:00 PDT

Schalke 04 vs. Excel
Vitality vs. Misfits
MAD Lions vs. Astralis
G2 vs. SK Gaming
Fnatic vs. Rogue

Day 3 (1/24)

Broadcast Begins (each game is approximately one hour after the previous): 11:00 EDT / 08:00 PDT

Astralis vs. Vitality
Rogue vs. SK Gaming
Misfits vs. MAD Lions
Fnatic vs. Schalke 04
Excel vs. G2 Esports

The LEC returns today with three days of action in Week 1!

Games to Watch

Naturally, the LEC will open play with a clash of two top teams. G2, now with Rekkles in the ADC role, will take on the upstarts and surprise team of EU last year in MAD Lions.

On Saturday, fans will get to see a battle between the two other Worlds representatives last year. Fnatic, now with Nisqy and Upset in the fold, will take on Rogue, who added Odoamne to replace the departed Finn.

Fnatic will also be featured in our final game to watch this week, as their Sunday match pits Fnatic against Schalke 04. Schalke is a team that looks to be in the next tier of contenders behind the big four, but with a team that returns “God Gillius” and “Faker-dagge” while adding Broken Blade, it will be interesting to see how Schalke does in their first big test of the season.