Teams confirmed for the last ESL Prem League of Legends finals

The final League of Legends ESL Premiership 2018 Spring Split is over - and four teams are preparing to face off in the finals.

Enclave Gaming, exceL Esports, Wind and Rain (WAR) and Misfits' Academy side will be playing in the LAN finals at ESL Studio 1 in Leicester on the weekend of April 7th and 8th.

exceL and Enclave won in the playoffs yesterday, joining Misfits and WAR, who had already progressed to the finals after topping Group A and Group B respectively.

Enclave will play Misfits and exceL will play WAR in the semi-finals.

In the first playoff match, exceL defeated Diabolus 2-1. While exceL are the current ESL Prem champions (pictured), it's also surprising Diabolus have not made it to the finals, considering the investment they've put into the team.

Diabolus' CEO Nick Uttley was a good sport and interviewed exceL general manager Barnetto after the match, congratulating him in this Twitch VoD.

In the other playoff match, Enclave made the reverse sweep to knock Hyperion out:

The upcoming ESL Prem finals will be the last. Riot Games has announced a new UK tournament called Forge of Champions, which will be using LVP as a production partner, and has stepped back from ESL Prem and UK Masters LoL tournaments.

The ESL Prem Spring 2018 finals will take place on April 7th and 8th and will be streamed over on the ESL LoL Twitch channel.

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