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Korea’s LCK, which has been on hiatus since March 3 over coronavirus concerns, will return to active play on March 25, the league confirmed Thursday. The matches will be played online, much like the LCS, LEC and LPL and is scheduled to end April 16.

Given the three weeks delay, the LCK will make schedule adjustments to cram in more matches than usual. There will be five playing days a week with up to three matches per day.

“The match-up schedule will be redrawn to avoid situations where certain teams have to play more than one match a day, or 2,3 days in a row,” the LCK promises.

At the halfway point of the regular season, Gen.G are in the lead with 8-1, followed by DragonX and T1 who are tied for second at 7-2. The week 6 schedule is as follows:

March 25:

  • Gen.G vs. Griffin
  • DAMWON vs. KT Rolster
  • HANWHA Life vs. DragonX

March 26:

  • Afreeca Freecs vs SANDBOX
  • T1 vs. APK Prince
  • Gen.G vs. DAMWNON

March 27:

  • HANWHA Life vs. KT Rolster
  • SANDBOX vs. Griffin
  • DragonX vs. T1

March 28:

  • DAMWONG vs. APK Prince
  • Afreeca Freecs vs. Gen.G
  • Griffin vs. DragonX

March 29:

  • T1 vs. HANWHA Life
  • APK Prince vs. SANDBOX
  • KT Rolster vs. Afreeca Freecs
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