On Sept. 28, H2K published a letter urging Riot Games to develop a new structure for the EU LCS, particularly in regards to sharing revenue with the organizations competing in it. In light of the letter, H2K's board co-chairman Richard Lippe told theScore esports Podcast that the lack of meaningful dialogue with Riot has led the team to take its efforts public in order to create a more productive discussion.
6:38 What made H2K write two letters to Riot?
14:03 Why H2K did not apply to join the NA LCS
20:30 Silence from other EU LCS teams
22:38 The cost of operating a EU LCS team
30:23 What did H2K gain from attending Worlds 2016?
35:13 The drawbacks of regionalization
43:29 Creating a financial system that works in the EU LCS
53:00 Why the EU LCS needs to change
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