- Riot Games have announced who will vote for the Spring Split MVP awards
- There will be votes on the all-pro team, best coach, best rookie and MVP player
- As last last year, players and coaches cannot vote for someone from their org
Riot Games have released all the details for the 2018 EU LCS Spring Split Awards. Once again players, coaches, the EU LCS broadcast team, other regional language broadcast teams and third party media will be the ones to vote.
They will vote for the EU LCS All-Pro team, the Rookie of the split, the Coach of the split and the overall MVP of the split. Voters will choose three people for each category, with 1st place receiving three points, 2nd place getting two and third place being worth one point.
As last year, pro players and coaches will not be allowed to vote for someone from their own organisation. Anyone who fails to comply with this will have all of their votes listed as ‘invalid’.
Riot Games have released all the details on voting for the 2018 EU LCS Spring Split Awards
As usual, Riot will release the details of how everyone voted. We will find out the EU LCS All-Pro Team on March 23 while the Coach and Rookie of the Split will be revealed March 30. Like last year, the overall MVP will be revealed during the split finals which this year will in Copenhagen on April 7 and 8.
In addition to this, Riot have clarified who exactly falls under the category of ‘rookie’. They have ruled that a rookie is a player who had played less than three games in a major region. All of the players who qualify as a rookie for this Split are as follows:
EU LCS SPRING SPLIT ROOKIES
Upset (FC Schalke 04)
Jiizuke (Team Vitality)
Minitroupax (Team Vitality)
Jactroll (Team Vitality)
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