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Cloud9 2021 LCS Spring Schedule

Cloud9 2021 Spring Schedule

This weekend the LCS Spring season officially starts. What a wonderful little sentence that is. The Lock In was plenty of fun to watch, but now the real work begins. Each team now knows what to fix, and how they want to play their games now that they count. Cloud9, with more games played than any other team, is more than ready to take on the rest of the league thanks to the Lock In warm up.

With plenty of play time under their belt, Cloud9 looks to the regular season. This spring season features six weeks of games, with each week featuring three best-of-one matches. The single-game series should allow for some great matches. Best of all, every weekend there will be a guaranteed Cloud9 game. Checkout the full Cloud9 2021 Spring Schedule below.

Cloud9 2021 Spring Schedule

Courtesy of Cloud9

To start off the year, Cloud9 face the young Golden Guardians team. C9 didn’t get a chance to play Golden Guardians in the Lock In tournament as they were quickly dispatched by Evil Geniuses in the quarterfinal round. Oddly enough, this will be the only team Cloud9 has yet to play in their opening weekend. It’s shaping up to be a perfect opening day match as Cloud9 looks to level up from the Lock In Tournament.

[Related: TGH LCS Lock In Tournament All-Pro Teams]

The Cloud9 2021 Spring schedule will have the roster play each other team in the LCS twice this season. While it is unlikely they will finish 17-1 like last season’s Spring Split, Cloud9 should have a solid showing if the Lock In performance is any indication of their ability to win. All of Cloud9’s matches can be viewed on the LoL Esports site as well as Twitch and Youtube.

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