The past two weeks have displayed the magnitude of repercussions COVID-19 has had in the esports scene. With the vast majority of the main esports leagues being shut down around the globe, the LoL Esports scene has too suffered. Announced yesterday, both the LEC and the LCS have been put on hiatus, after one week of the LCK announcing the same precautionary measures.
We already miss the broadcasts, and with that in mind, we have picked some of our favorite League of Legends streamers for you to watch while we wait for things to get back to normal. From pros gathering to play together on stream to Tyler1 screeching at us, here is our list:
Ender’s LEC In-Houses
When the decision of putting the League of Legends European Championship hiatus hit the news, players and casters voiced their blues on social media. Ender decided to gather two teams and the talent team to put probably one of the most entertaining streams of LoL Esports history.
Don’t forget that the LPL Stream and Broadcast is back! With a new, condensed schedule, there are three matches per day, for 40 days. The season started on March 9th and will go on until April 19th, with an all-online format, where teams play from their headquarters and gaming houses in China.
Why not give CBLoL a chance?
[UPDATED] As of March 16, 2020, the CBLoL matches will face a 15 day hiatus. We will monitor the situation closely and update.
The Brazilian scene of LoL Esports stems from the high heated sports passion in the country. After recovering from a major flood that destroyed Riot Games’ studios in São Paulo, CBLoL is back on track. This is a good opportunity to catch up with former LCK and Korean talent like Seong-Hwan, Xero, Key and Luci.
If you are looking for a double dose of screaming at your face and actually pretty impressive League of Legends gameplay, tune into Tyler1’s stream this week, from Monday to Friday, 3-5PM ISH CT.
God of jungle Jankos will teach you the logic behind his plays, while complaining a whole lot about Sejuani and the hiatus of the LEC.
Together with his soulmate and teammate Humanoid, Carzzy walks you through their duo queues and games with lovable humor.
Vedius VOD Review
The LEC hiatus is the perfect time to hone your analysis of the plays made on stage. Vedius navigates through the most impactful games of the League of Legends European Championship, dissecating play-by-play in a digestible, fun format.
All-female League of Legends analyst cast comments on VODs including LEC, LCK, LPL, LCS, CBLoL, LMS and VCS, out every Tuesday. The cast includes Ravena Dutra, Leticia Motta, Pamela “pmxqr” and Lunarfox. The Audio is in PT-BR, so this may be more suitable to Latin audiences.