The EU Spring Finals are setting sail for the Netherlands to crown the Spring Champions on April 16-17. The top four EU LCS teams will be gearing up to face-off at the Rotterdam Ahoy and determine which team will be crowned the 2016 Spring Finals Champions.
Despite being the only team in the EU LCS to not lose a member during the off-season, that didn't stop Origen from shaking up its roster. Tristan "PowerOfEvil" Schrage has been added to the team as an additional mid-laner. Not a sub, but rather someone who will be sharing the laning responsibilities with team-owner and LCS veteran Enrique "xPeke" Cedeño Martínez.
It’s time to show the world how loud European fans can be! Support your favourite pro players, teams, and cheer new and familiar faces each week in Berlin. Tickets for the first five weeks of the Spring Split are available now.
After an epic five-week tour through Europe in October for the 2015 World Championships, the numbers are in and we’re able to share details of how many viewers around the world joined us on the journey.