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LCS standings entering week 4, plus the playoff bracket

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CLG has some climbing to do if it wants turn its repeat into a three-peat.

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We’re heading closer and closer to the halfway point of the competitive League of Legends seasons in North America and Europe, with the new best-of-three and best-of-two formats meaning some teams have already played what would have been close to a full season in previous splits (Cloud9 has played 17 games, five other teams have played at least 15).

With big matchups this week between FC Schalke 04 and G2 Esports, Splyce and H2K, Counter Logic Gaming and Immortals, Cloud9 and Team Envy and Envy and Team SoloMid, it’s time to look at the standings to see where the teams sit in North America and Europe.

For the full week’s schedule, click here. Here are the standings:

EU (W-D-L)

  1. G2 Esports (4-2-0, 14 points)
  2. Fnatic (4-1-1, 13 points)
  3. H2K (3-3-0, 12 points)
  4. FC Schalke 04 (2-2-2, 8 points)
  5. Splyce (2-2-2, 8 points)
  6. Giants Gaming (2-0-4, 6 points)
  7. Team ROCCAT (1-3-2, 6 points)
  8. Team Vitality (1-3-2, 6 points)
  9. Origen (1-2-3, 5 points)
  10. Unicorns of Love (1-0-5, 3 points)

NA (Series W-L, Games W-L)

  1. Team SoloMid (6-0, 12-2)
  2. Immortals (5-1, 11-4)
  3. Team EnvyUs (5-1, 10-5)
  4. Cloud9 (4-2, 10-7)
  5. Apex Gaming (3-3, 8-8)
  6. Team Liquid (3-3, 7-7)
  7. Counter Logic Gaming (2-4, 6-9)
  8. NRG eSports (1-5, 5-10)
  9. Echo Fox (1-5, 3-10)
  10. Phoenix1 (0-6, 2-12)

And here’s how the playoffs would look if the season ended today:

Europe:

Quarterfinals: H2K vs. Giants, FC Schalke 04 vs. Splyce

Semifinals: G2 vs. Schalke/Splyce winner, Fnatic vs. H2K/Giants winner

Qualified for 2017 Spring, no playoffs: ROCCAT

Promotion tournament: Vitality, Origen, Unicorns of Love

North America:

Quarterfinals: Team Envy vs. Team Liquid, Cloud9 vs. Apex Gaming

Semifinals: Team SoloMid vs. Cloud9/Apex winner, Immortals vs. Envy/Liquid winner

Qualified for 2017 Spring, no playoffs: Counter Logic Gaming

Promotion tournament: NRG, Echo Fox, Phoenix1