SuperFantasy LEC is back with new season premiere

LEC is back. And the SuperFantasy LEC also returns, the official and free daily fantasy of League of Legends’ top continental competition.
 
LVP (Mediapro Group), the leading esports organization in the Spanish-speaking market, and Riot Games launch the new SuperFantasy LEC season, which kicks off alongside the European Summer Split.

The LEC 2021 Summer Split starts with one of the most spectacular matches that can be seen in Europe: MAD Lions against G2 Esports. Or, what is the same, the champion of the last edition of LEC against the former champion, first classified of the regular season in the Spring split and great dominator of the last editions.
 
Before that match starts, SuperFantasy LEC players must have already saved their rosters to participate in the first gameday of the competition and be eligible for the numerous prizes that are awarded each gameday, both in the general lobby and in the team lobbies.
 
SuperFantasy LEC begins its new season with more than 145,000 registered players, of which almost 56,000 joined in the previous split, in which more than 1,000 prizes were distributed through the general lobby.

The most aligned player last season was Martin “Rekkles” Larsson, ADC of G2 Esports, who was also the player with the most points on average per match (34.47).

Regarding coaches, the most aligned was Fabian “GrabbZ” Lohmann (G2 Esports), although the one with the most points per match was James “Mac” MacCormack (21.35), from MAD Lions.
 
Available in English, Spanish and French, SuperFantasy LEC is free to play and allows players to create their own private lobbies to compete with friends.

In addition, it also offers each player the possibility of joining one of the lobbies of the teams that take part in the LEC, where they can win prizes each gameday and at the end of the season.


About LVP

LVP (Liga de Videojuegos Profesional) is the biggest esports organization in the Spanish-speaking market and one of the biggest esports organizers in the world. With offices in Barcelona, Madrid, Buenos Aires, Bogotá and Mexico, LVP has a presence in more than 30 countries.

It organizes the most prestigious national competitions (like Superliga in Spain or Liga Master Flow in Argentina) and big international tournaments, it has online competition platforms (ArenaGG), it manages events for third parties (such as the eLaLiga Santander for LaLiga and Electronic Arts) and distributes world events such as the League of Legends European Championship (c) in Spanish.

Part of the MEDIAPRO Group, LVP also offers event production services, online advertising and audio-visual production covering all aspects of the esports ecosystem.

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