All matches for the 2021 LCS Championship will be held at the LCS Arena in LA instead of Prudential Center.
Due to the rise of Covid-19 cases in the United States, the decision was made not to hold the LCS Championship at the Prudential Center this year.
All LCS Championship matches will take place at the LCS Arena in Los Angeles instead, with full refunds for the current ticket holders.
The LCS Championship was scheduled as a roadshow with fans and made the decision to move forward based on the promising roll-out of the Covid-19 vaccine in the Spring. However, over the past month, Riot has been closely monitoring the ongoing surge of Covid-19 cases across the United States. Given the current state of affairs, it’s not possible in good conscience to conduct a massive event at this time. So, with extreme disappointment, the LCS Championship event will be relocated from the Prudential Center to the LCS Arena.
The Prudential Center remains a top-tier sporting venue, and it will play host to an LCS event in the future. Current ticket holders will be provided full refunds, along with sincere apologies from the company for any inconvenience this change of plans may cause. Riot is currently working closely on working with Prudential Center on the refund process and should be able to share more details soon.
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