The least we can say is that the competition will start very strongly with a real battle of titans. The Karmine Corp, who recently welcomed the great Rekkles to its ranks, will face the defending team from last year (and the one before), Misfits Premier. A clash that recalls the final of last year. Suffice to say that this first match is strong in symbolism and supporters of the K Corp hope to see their team triumph this time around. It must be said that the Kameto and Prime team signed a great revenge on the Spanish team of Gerard Piqué and Ibai Llanos, Koi, a few days ago. From there to saying that they have enough to put down the French numbers 1, there is only one step. See you tonight at 6 p.m. to see what will happen.
But the LFL is not just about Karmine Corp and Misfits Premier. From this evening, it is not no less than ten teams who will compete to hope to win this year’s title. We will also find Vitality.Bee, Team BDS, GamersOrigin, LDLC OL, GameWard, Solary, as well as two new kids from Div 2 (second division of the championship), namely Mirage Elyandra and Team Oplon. To see them compete against each other over the days, it is of course on the OTP channel that it happens. Find the detailed program of the Spring Split matches below:
Along with the LFL, you can also follow Div 2 matches. These are the second division of the championship, where less efficient or younger teams compete against each other. This year, we notice the arrival of the team JobLife, esports team of streamer JL Tomy. Izidream and MCES Team, after a year in LFL, were demoted to Div 2. The FC Nantes, meanwhile, returns with a whole new team full of new blood and, above all, 100% French speaking.
But then, which team will stand out this year, to perhaps in turn join the LFL? You will find out by following the Div 2 matches which start Monday January 17th. To follow them, it’s on the new Twitch channel MGG TV, official broadcaster of Div 2, that it happens. Find the schedule of Spring Split matches below: