The new collaboration will see the LCS promote the new HBO Max show from July 23.

In the last hour, LCS has just announced they will be collaborating with the American streaming platform, HBO Max. The collaboration will see the League of Legends and the LCS promote the upcoming Game of Thrones prequel series ‘House of the Dragon’.

“Get ready to call the banners and pick a side in the Targaryen civil war as the LCS partners with House of the Dragon, the new HBO Original series and prequel to Game of Thrones.” – lolesports

Game of Thrones will infiltrate the LCS broadcast

Starting July 23, the LCS broadcast will feature unique elements and Game of Thrones branding that coincides with the new House of the Dragon series trailer. On top of that, the new collaboration will have an effect on the elemental dragons. Each Dragon soul secured will have its own unique customized connection with the new HBO Max show. This is confirmed to be the first Dragon entitlement in LCS history.

As the LCS Summer Split continues, fans and players should expect to see Targaryen banners being showcased across Summoners Rift. It has been confirmed these banners will first appear on August 20, the start of the summer split playoffs.

The Summer of Dragons event will culminate at the upcoming LCS Championships between September 10-11. This article will be updated once more details are released on the new collaboration.

How to watch House of the Dragon?

American viewers will be able to watch House of the Dragon by subscribing to the HBO Max streaming platform. HBO Max’s subscription price is much higher than the average streaming price of $14.99. HBO Max is also available in multiple countries in Europe but not yet in the United Kingdom.

The new Game of Thrones prequel series, House of the Dragon, will be premiering on August 21 which aligns with the start of the LCS summer playoffs.

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