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The League of Legends Season Kickoff has ended and now the competitive scene in Latin America is preparing to face what will be the Regular Phase of the Opening in the LLA, a competition that will start on January 24 in a large part of the countries of the continent. Faced with this situation, the LLA organization announced the official match schedule so that fans can enjoy all the matches.
According to the information provided by the LLA organization through its social networks, this Regular Phase of the Opening will be carried out to the best of 3 and the days will be held on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
The competition is reactivated after a brief rest period that was marked by an intense transfer market in which each of the participating teams strengthened itself as best as possible to be able to add more victories in the face of the growing level of League of Legends in the world. .
“What if I told you that history can be rewritten? The #LLA returns on January 24 with more unique moments, more confrontations, more closeness and much more content“, says the ALL on his Twitter.
According to the information, the games will be broadcast at 4:00 pm in Mexico, 5:00 pm in Colombia and Peru, and finally at 7:00 pm in Argentina and Chile; the duels can be seen through the lolesports.com page.
The opening match of this new season of League of Legends will be between Isurus and Estral Esports, in what will become a reissue of the final of the Clausura 2022 tournament. Likewise, Infinity and Team Aze will face each other on January 24 to complete the day’s day.
On Wednesday, January 25, the day that marks the return of the competition will culminate with the commitments between The Kings vs. Six Karma and Movistar R7 vs. All Knights. The regular round of the LLA will continue until March 9
LCS of North America will start that same week
On January 26, the LCS, the North American division of the League of Legends World Championship, will begin, where the United States will seek to maintain its dominance with some of the most important teams on the planet.
On Opening Day, the mighty team Cloud9 will face off against 100 Thieves, while Team Liquid Honda will face off against FlyQuest for their first win.
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