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LCS connects with Verizon in three-year partnership

The League of Legends Championship Series (LCS) has established a multi-year partnership with telecommunications company Verizon. Starting with the 2020 Summer Split, Verizon will bring its 5G Ultra Wideband network to the LCS as its official 5G wireless network provider in a deal said to span over three years. The pair will additionally continue to explore ways to upgrade “player and fan experiences across the league. ” Image credit: LCS  RELATED: Dignitas and Verizon enter 5G-focused partnership Through this union, Verizon will act as the first-ever presenting partner for Academy Rush, a new show highlighting Academy matches with shoutcaster and analyst commentary. The release teased future collaborations between the telecommunications provider and LCS Studios “once matches return to the arena. ” In January, Verizon jumped into a strategic partnership with North American organisation Dignitas.

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