In light of the CoVID-19 outbreak, the League of Legends Championship Series will be suspending “live audience, tailgates, and press” from the LCS studios indefinitely.
The announcement was made through an official LCS tweet.
“The LCS and Academy games will continue as scheduled and will be broadcasted from the LCS studios,” said LCS commissioner Chris Greeley.
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Due to the cancellation of live audience attendance, Riot is doing its best to process refunds for those who bought through their ticket vendor Squad Up.
As for the upcoming 2020 Spring Finals, Greeley will decide on March 20 whether or not the finals will continue in Frisco, TX or move the culminating spring event to the LCS Arena in Los Angeles.
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