Esports Roundup – DailyBits April 20th

The LEC and LCS 2020 Spring Split Champions have been crowned

Last night, the League of Legends European and North American Championship 2020 Spring Split playoffs came to a close. G2 Esports earned their 7th LEC title after defeating Fnatic 3-0 in the finals. Similarly, Cloud 9 defeated FlyQuest 3-0 in the finals to earn their third trophy in the history of the organisation. ESCharts reported that over 813,000 people tuned in to watch the LEC finals, making it the most-watched Spring final ever.

ESPN’s Valorant Invitational begins today

ESPN are hosting a Valorant Invitational tournament, bringing together 8 teams of professional players from 7 different games (CS:GO, LoL, OW, R6:S, PUBG, Apex and Fortnite). The teams have been assembled by uniting some of the best players from their respective games, with the eighth team comprised entirely of Valorant developers. You can find all the announced teams over at the ESPN Esports Twitter. The tournament is going to be broadcast exclusively on Twitch on April 20-22 starting at 3:30 PM ET/12:30 PM PT.

The ePremier League Invitational starts tomorrow

The Premier League is hosting a FIFA 20 tournament this week featuring representatives from all twenty Premier League clubs. Watch some of the best players in the league such as Raheem Sterling (Manchester City), Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool) and Wilfried Zaha (Crystal Palace) compete for the prize pool. The prize fund has been created by the Premier League players and will be donated to the National Health Service. Four matches will take place every day from April 21-24 between 12 PM – 4 PM BST to decide the semi-finalists. On Saturday (April 25th) at 3 PM BST, the semi-finals and finals will be broadcast live on Sky Sports.