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How to watch NA LCS week 8: schedule and streams

Two weeks left and four playoff spots are up for grabs!

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Before NA’s 2017 Spring Split started it seemed like this could be the most even spread of talent in North America ever. What is surprising, however, is that by week eight we are left we are left with seven teams vying for four playoff spots. Outside of the top two positions in NA, everything else is up for grabs.

What that means for week eights matches is that almost all of them are going to have some kind of big playoff implication. Perhaps the most interesting of these is going to be the newly Doublelift-led Team Liquid going up against current third place, Phoenix1, on Saturday.

All games will be watchable on the Lolesports website, as well as on twitch at the NA LCS 1 and NA LCS 2 channels.

Here’s the week’s schedule:

All times Eastern (US).

Friday, March 17

Team Dignitas (6-8) vs. Team Liquid (4-10), 6 p.m., NA LCS 1

Echo Fox (5-9) vs. Counter Logic Gaming (7-7), 9 p.m., NA LCS 1

Saturday, March 18

Cloud9 (11-3) vs. Immortals (6-8), 3 p.m., NA LCS 1

Team Envy (3-11) vs. Team Dignitas (6-8), 3 p.m., NA LCS 2

Team Solo Mid (12-2) vs. FlyQuest (7-7), 6 p.m., NA LCS 1

Team Liquid (4-10) vs. Phoenix1 (9-5), 6 p.m., NA LCS 2

Sunday, March 19

Team SoloMid (12-2) vs. Echo Fox (5-9), 3 p.m., NA LCS 1

Phoenix1 (9-5) vs. Immortals (6-8), 3 p.m., NA LCS 2

Counter Logic Gaming (7-7) vs. FlyQuest (7-7), 6 p.m., NA LCS 1

Team Envy (3-11) vs. Cloud9 (11-3), 6 p.m., NA LCS 2