EU LCS 2015 Spring Playoffs
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The 2015 EU LCS Spring Playoffs are part of the third season of Europe's fully professional League of Legends league. In the playoffs six teams will compete in a single elimination bracket, with first and second place being seeded into the semifinals. The finals and 3rd/4th place matches are being held in the Palacio Vistalegre Arena in Madrid, Spain.
- Single elimination with Third Place match.
- First and Second place of the Spring Split get a bye into the Semifinals.
- Third through Sixth place of the Spring Split play in the Quarterfinals.
- All matches are Best of Fives.
- 2015 LCS Spring Split Official Rulebook
- All Playoff matches are played on patch v5.6 with Viktor disabled.
|Place||Prize (USD)||≈Prize (EUR)||Championship Points||Seed||Team|
|$ 50,000||€ 46,267.87||90||MSI 2015||Fnatic|
|$ 25,000||€ 23,133.94||70||-||Unicorns Of Love|
|$ 15,000||€ 13,880.36||50||-||H2k-Gaming|
|$ 10,000||€ 9,253.57||30||-||SK Gaming|
- Conversion Date: 2015-04-19
|3rd place match|
Schedules & VODs
- 3rd Place
- April 2nd, EU LCS Playoff preview – H2K VS The Copenhagen Wolves from Azubu
- April 3rd, H2K-Gaming VS Copenhagen Wolves:A clash of fates from Azubu
- April 3rd, EU LCS Playoffs preview - Gambit Gaming vs Unicorns of Love from Azubu
- April 9th, EU LCS PLAYOFF PREVIEW – FNATIC VS H2K GAMING from Azubu
- April 10th, EU LCS PLAYOFF PREVIEW – SK GAMING VS UNICORNS OF LOVE from Azubu
- April 16th, THE EU LCS SEMI-FINALS IN PHOTOS from Azubu
- April 16th, ROAD TO REDEMPTION – H2K-GAMING VS. SK GAMING – LCS PLAYOFFS PREVIEW from Azubu
- April 17th, THE UNUSUAL VS THE USUAL – THE UNICORNS OF LOVE VS. FNATIC – EU LCS FINALS PREVIEW from Azubu
- April 18th, The fluke of Lee Sin top and Fnatic's favor from theScore
- April 19th, Fnatic vs. Unicorns of Love and the EUvolution from theScore
- April 20th, The top 5 plays from EU LCS Grand Finals from theScore
- April 23rd, EU LCS in review: SK the tragic hero from theScore