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The 2022 LCK Spring Split Start Date, Info & More

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The schedule for the 2022 LCK Spring Split is out! | © Riot Games

Who else is excited for professional League of Legends in 2022? We know that the LEC, LCS and LPL are returning to the pro scene quite soon, but what about the LCK? Well, finally we’ve got the start date for the Korean league as well!

Are you ready to watch DAMWON KIA dominate 2022 as well even after shuffling their roster around? Or are you more excited to watch a young T1 with Faker at the helm? Maybe a dark horse like Nongshim or Kwangdong Freecs – formerly known as the Afreeca Freecs – has stolen your heart?

When Will the 2022 LCK Spring Split Start?

The 2022 LCK Spring Split will kick off on January 12, 2022. The first day will have two best of three matches, the first between Liiv Sandbox and DRX, while the second sees Kwangdong Freecs Teddy and Ellim face off against their previous team – T1.

Unlike the LEC and LCS who play their games on the weekends only, the LCK has their games spread out throughout the week. The LCK has games scheduled every day of the week, except for Mondays and Tuesdays.

Where To Find the Full LCK Spring Split Schedule?

You can find the 2022 Spring Split Schedule on the official LCK Twitter and Instagram account. There you can mark which days you’ll have to come in a little late to work because your favorite team is competing.

If you want to watch the Worlds 2021 runner-ups in their first match of 2022, then make sure to take time off on January 13, 2022, when DAMWON KIA takes on KT in their first game of the 2022 season.

What Teams Are Competing in the LCK In 2022?

The LCK has a total of ten teams. This year, no teams were sold and with the inclusion of franchising in previous years we also don’t get new teams added into the LCK with others moving down to the challengers league.

These are all the teams competing in the 2022 LCK Spring Split:

  • Fredit Brion
  • DRX
  • Gen.G
  • Hanwha Life Esports
  • Kwangdong Freecs
  • KT Rolster
  • Liiv Sanbox
  • Nongshim RedForce
  • T1

If the LCK is not the esports league you're looking to follow this year, then don't worry. We've got lots of LEC and LCS content coming your way this Spring Split as well!