Among the European and North American teams in the just-completed spring season of the League of Legends, the five clubs with the most viewers all came from the League of Legends European Championship (LEC), EsportsCharts announced on Tuesday. The EsportsCharts list was crowned by eventual LEC spring split champion G2 Esports, who collected an average of 284,900 viewers per game.
LEC spring split runner-up Fnatic ranks second at 270,800 viewers per game. Rounding out the top five were Origen (227,400), Misfits Gaming (220,600) and MAD Lions (220,500). In sixth place to the public was Team SoloMid, which came in fourth in the spring split of the North American League Championship Series. TSM attracted an average of 213,000 viewers.
The rest of the top 10: LEC & # 39; s Excel Esports (209,870), LEC & # 39; s Rogue (209,810), LCS & # 39; Cloud9 (208,400) and LEC & # 39; s FC Schalke 04 (206,000). The LEC final between G2 and Fnatic on April 19 drew the highest European audience of the season: 817,397. The second-highest viewership of the game was 492,429 semifinals against GAD against MAD Lions on April 18. Third on the list was a regular season game between G2 and Fnatic on February 8 with 476,170 viewers.
In general, there were average LEC matches for LEC matches. The peak viewership of the LCS was less than half of that LEC, with 387,299 matches for a game on January 26 between TSM and Immortals. The April 19 finale in which Cloud9 swept FlyQuest drew 379,426 viewers. In third place among LCS games was a second round playoff game between TSM and FlyQuest on April 12 that drew 317,686 viewers.
LCS matches drew an average of 175,538 viewers.