This is the last week of the LCS 2016 Summer Split regular season, and there are several schedule changes for the European region.
Instead of starting at 11 a.m EST on Thursday and Friday, EU will be starting at 6 a.m. EST on Saturday and Sunday, before NA LCS starts.
Riot tested different times in week six as well, to test out different viewing options for European fans.
This week starts with G2 Esports vs. Vitality and Fnatic vs. Roccat on Saturday. Saturday continues with Origen vs. Splyce and FC Schalke 04 vs. Giants. The day then wraps up with Unicorns of Love vs. H2K.
Sunday starts with Giants vs. Roccat and FC Schalke 04 vs. Vitality and continues with Unicorns of Love vs. Splyce and Origen vs. H2K. The last game of the EU regular season is G2 Esports vs. Fnatic.
G2 has already locked up a first round bye in playoffs, but will lock up first place with a win against either Vitality or Fnatic. Meanwhile, Origen and Roccat have a lot of work to do if they want to avoid the promotion tournament.
We will have a full schedule and breakdown of playoff and relegation scenarios soon, so keep your eyes peeled.