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League of Legends abandoned pro/rel in favor of franchises. What can MLS learn?

Promotion and relegation did not bring NA LCS up to the global League of Legends standard. Riot Games thinks that a franchise system might do the trick. As many American soccer fans wonder whether a promotion and relegation system will ever be possible in their country, one of the world’s most popular esports leagues is steering its North American competition in the opposite direction.
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