LCS Schedule: Where, When, and How to Watch Week 5

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Only two weeks of LCS action remain, as the teams will spend Week 5 attempting to lock down playoff spots and top seeds going into the playoffs. With Cloud9 facing Team Liquid and TSM on the LCS schedule, here is who is playing and when.

Where to Watch



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LCS Standings

Cloud9 (C9)                        10-2  
100 Thieves (100)            8-4
TSM                                      8-4
Dignitas (DIG)                    7-5
Evil Geniuses (EG)            7-5
Team Liquid (TL)               7-5
Immortals (IMT)               5-7
FlyQuest (FLY)                   4-8
Golden Guardians (GGS) 2-10
CLG                                        2-10

There are plenty of good games on the LCS schedule for Week 5 to watch!

LCS Schedule

Day 1 (3/5)

Broadcast begins at 18:00 EDT/15:00 PDT

100 vs. EG
FLY vs. C9
TL vs. GGS

Day 2 (3/6)

Broadcast begins at 16:00 EDT/13:00 PDT

100 vs. TSM
C9 vs. TL
EG vs. IMT

Day 3 (3/7)

Broadcast begins at 16:00 EDT/13:00 PDT

GGS vs. 100
DIG vs. EG
TSM vs. C9
TL vs. CLG

Games to Watch

The LCS schedule for Week 5 kicks off with two incredibly important matches in terms of playoff implications. TSM versus Dignitas and 100 Thieves versus Evil Geniuses will both help shake out (or further muddy up) the top four teams in the LCS. And the 100 Thieves game will, obviously, have a bit more intrigue with the late news that Ry0ma will be subbed in for Damonte.

On Day 2, it’s a matchup of the top two teams in our power rankings as C9 and TL clash for the second time. This is one of the few C9 losses on the year, so they will no doubt be looking to exact revenge and cement themselves as the best team in the LCS.

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For the final day of games, Cloud9 is featured yet again as they take on TSM. At this point, the game could be critical in a number of ways. It could either allow C9 to outright clinch the first seed, be a battle for TSM to hold onto a top-four position, or even be a battle between the two for that top spot in the standings.