GoldCoin and eUnited have both applied for membership in the League Championship Series. Gold Coin were unable to make it to eh phase 2 of the registration. This phase includes an in person interview with a representative of Riot Games.
Eunited on the other hand did receive an invitation which signalled their movement into the second phase of the process. But due to their investment perils, it seems even Eunited might not make it to the next phase. In their application, Eunited highlighted a potential investment by Salt Lake City-based firm Sorenson Capital and a marketing and infrastructure partnership with the Utah Jazz. This investment was subject to the admission of Eunited into Riot’s LCS and Blizzard’s Overwatch League. Eunited were unable to make it to the first season of the Overwatch League. Due to this, their deal fell through. And right now their future in the RLCS also seems to be in peril primarilyof the lack of investment.
Their involvement in the League will basically be dependent on the teams being able to secure more third party investments. Until they can find more investments, they will not be able to secure a position.
According to ESPN;
EUnited and Gold Coin United both entered the League of Legends Challenger Series, the amateur league that previously fed into the LCS, by buying the spots of Team Liquid Academy and NRG Esports in November. Both teams competed throughout the 2017 season and failed to qualify for the LCS through the promotion tournaments.