The League of Legends 2021 PCS Spring Split presented by CTBC kicks off next weekend, on February 19th, with a best-of-one double round-robin regular season, followed by double-elimination playoffs.
Who are the teams and players playing this year?
Some of the most prominent esports organizations in Southeast Asia have confirmed they will be taking part in PCS this year. Following the team announcement of competing teams earlier in January, BOOM Esports from Indonesia and representing Thailand has been confirmed as the tenth team and final team of the PCS 2021 roster. The full list of participating teams are – Alpha
Esports, Berjaya Dragons, Beyond Gaming, BOOM Esports, Hong Kong Attitude, Impunity, Liyab Esports, Machi Esports, PSG Talon, and Taipei J Team. Expect to see new players joining the league as well as familiar players who are making a return to PCS. Some notable names returning to PCS include – Maple (PSG), AN (ALF), Wako(BME).
What time will matches be starting?
The first match of the season will kick off on February 19th at 4:00 PM GMT+8 with PSG Talon vs Machi Esports. Berjaya Dragons will play against Liyab Esports at 5:00 PM GMT+8, PSG Talon vs Hong Kong Attitude at 6:00 PM GMT+8, Beyond Gaming vs Berjaya Dragons at
7:00 PM GMT+8, Alpha Esports vs Impunity at 8:00 PM GMT+8, and lastly Beyond Gaming vs Taipei J Team at 9:00 PM GMT+8. The full list of scheduled matches for Week 1 are as follows:
Where can I watch?
Matches will be broadcast in English, Mandarin, and Thai on our YouTube page, as well as on Twitch based on your language feed (English, Mandarin, and Thai). Huya will also have simplified Chinese broadcasts and eGG Network will have English broadcast for television networks in 8 countries including Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and the Philippines too.