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LCS Spring Split 2023: Schedule, Standings, Teams & More

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The LCS is back for the 2023 Season of LoL. The LCS Spring Split already began on January 26, and we are excited to see what the North American region can bring to the table this year. We are here to bring you the complete picture of the LCS and give you all the essential information you need to know to keep up to date.

In contrast to the LEC, not much has changed regarding the format and teams in the LCS. However, there is some stuff you should still know before diving into the action. This is why we have gathered a bunch of information from the LCS rosters, the current standing, and much more. 

LCS Spring Split 2023: Format

The LCS has also decided to keep its past format for this year. Where the LEC has gone through with a complete change going into 2023, LCS will stick with the old for the time being. Regardless of the format being the same procedure as last year, we still want to give you a brief summary, so you know what to expect for the new season. 

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As usual, the competition starts with the Regular Season. Here, 10 teams will compete in a Double-Round-Robin format. This basically means every team will face each other twice in a Best-of-One match. Then, the top 6 teams in the Regular Season proceed to the LCS Spring Playoffs.

In the LCS Spring Playoffs, the top four teams begin their journey in the Winners' Bracket. Here, all 6 teams will compete in a double-elimination-styled format. However, the two bottom teams are placed in the Losers' Bracket from the beginning, with Single-Elimination.

LCS Spring Split 2023: Rosters

Even though we don't have any new teams in the LCS this year, we are looking at several changes in the LCS rosters with several new faces. Here are all the NA Rosters going into the LCS Spring Split 2023: 

100 ThievesCloud9Counter Logic GamingDignitasEvil Geniuses
Top LaneMilan "Tenacity" OleksijIbrahim "Fudge" AllamiNishio "Dhokla" Doshiİrfan Berk "Armut" TükekKim "Ssumday" Chan-ho
JungleCan "Closer" ÇelikRobert "Blaber" HuangJuan "Contractz" Arturo GarciaLucas Tao "Santorin" Kilmer LarsenKacper "Inspired" Słoma
Mid LaneSøren "Bjergsen" BjergDimitri "Diplex" Ponomarev"Cristian "Palafox" PalafoxNicolaj "Jensen" JensenJoseph "Jojopyun" Joon Pyun
Bot LaneYiliang "Doublelift" PengKim "Berserker" Min-cheolFatih "Luger" GüvenTrevor "Spawn" Kerr-TaylorIan Victor "FBI" Huang
SupportAlan "Busio" CwalinaJesper "Zven" SvenningsenPhilippe "Poome" Lavoie-GiguereLee "IgNar" Dong-geunPhilippe "Vulcan" Laflamme
FlyQuestGolden GuardiansImmortalsTeam LiquidTeam Solo Mid
Top LaneJeong "Impact" Eon-YoungEric "Licorice" RitchieMohamed "Revenge" KaddouraPark "Summit" Woo-taeColin "Solo" Earnest
JungleMingyi "Spica" LuKim "River" Dong-wooShane Kenneth "Kenvi" EspinozaHong "Pyosik" Chang-hyeonLee "Bugi" Seong-yeop
Mid LaneLee "VicLa" Dae-kwangKim "Gori" Tae-wooNicholas Antonio "Ablazeolive" AbbottHarry "Haeri" KangHuang "Maple" Yi-Tang
Bot LaneLee "Prince" Chae-hwanTrevor "Stixxay" HayesEdward "Tactical" RaSean "Yeon" SungToàn "Neo" Trần
SupportBill "Eyla" NguyenChoi "huhi" Jae-hyunKadir "Fleshy" KemiksizJo "CoreJJ" Yong-inJonathan "Chime" Pomponio

What team do you think will bring the victory home at the end of the season? Team Liquid had an almost complete rebuild of their former team, only keeping CoreJJ from the past season. The team is looking pretty good with the addition of the jungler and World Champion, Pyosik. Though looking at their first game against FlyQuest, Pyosik might have been a bit too confident

With Doublelift and Bjergsen, the two legends of the LCS, moving over to 100 Thieves, we are excited to see how the team's future will look going on forward. Here is a small fun fact: Doublelift is a whole ten years older than his support Busio.

LCS Spring Split 2023: Standings

How is it looking for your favorite LCS team? Here you can find out! The LCS is usually pretty suspenseful from beginning to end, and it is hard to predict which team will eventually make it to the LCS playoffs. So make sure always to drop in to check the current standings. We will, of course, keep the score up to date.

StandingTeamsWin - Loss
1.FlyQuest2 - 0
1.TSM2 - 0
1. CLG2 - 0
1.Cloud92 - 0
5.Evil Geniuses1 - 1
5.100 Thieves1 - 1
7.Immortals0 - 2 
7.Golden Guardians0 - 2
7.Team Dignitas0 - 2
7.Team Liquid0 - 2

LCS Spring Split 2023: Schedule & Results

Here you will find an overview of the current results and schedule for the LCS Spring Split. In order to make everything a bit organized, we will only show you the results of the past week and the schedule for the upcoming week. This way, you can keep track of everything without being lost in the past weeks. So who came out on top last week? 

LCS Spring Split 2023 – Week 1

Thursday, January 26, from 2 PM(PT)

Time (PT)Team 1ScoreTeam 2
2 PM1000 - 1


3 PM

GG0 - 1EG
4 PMFLY1 - 0TL

Friday, January 27, from 2 PM(PT)

Time (PT)Team 1ScoreTeam 2
2 PMCLG1 - 0EG
3 PMGG0 - 1C9
4 PMTSM1 - 0TL
5 PM1001 - 0IMT

LCS Spring Split 2023 - Week 2

Thursday, February 2, from 2 PM(PT)

Time (PT)Team 1ScoreTeam 2



Friday, February 3, from 2 PM(PT)

Time (PT)Team 1ScoreTeam 2

So here you have the updated schedule and standings in the LCS Spring Split 2023! As already mentioned, we will make sure to keep the results up to date, so you are always aware of the latest news in the LCS. Curious how the following weeks are looking? Here is a brief overview of the next weeks: 

  • Week 2: Thursday, February 2 - Friday, February 3
  • Week 3: Thursday, February 9 - Friday, February 10
  • Week 4: Wednesday, February 15 - Friday, February 17
  • Week 5: Thursday, February 23 - Friday, February 24
  • Week 6: Thursday, March 2 - Friday, March 3
  • Week 7: Thursday, March 9 - Friday, March 19
  • Week 8: Wednesday,  March 2023 - Friday, March 17

LCS Spring Playoffs 2023

  • March 23,  2023 - April 4, 2023

LCS Spring Split 2023: Livestreams

Now that you are up to date with the rosters, schedule and results, you are ready to watch the action unfold in the LCS Spring Split 2023. But where can you watch the broadcast? Just like the other regions, the LCS has its own live streaming channels where you can watch the show either live or as VODs. Here are the different ways to watch the LCS Spring Split:

Okay, everyone - now you are ready for the LCS! Don't forget to drop in here again for the latest results. Who do you think will win the LCS Spring Split this year? 

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