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LoL: LCS Awards – All-Pro Teams Revealed

News 27-07-2023 12:45
The LCS has revealded their three Allstar Teams of the Summer Split |©Riot Games

The regular Season of the LCS Summer Split is over, and the playoffs are set to start on July 27 with the match between TSM and Evil Geniuses. Now, Riot Games has revealed the three All-Pro Teams for the 2023 Summer Split. Some of the names might surprise you.

All-Pro Team Of The Summer Split 2023

The All-Pro Teams of the Summer Split were chosen by members of the LCS broadcast team, pro-players and third-party media. The voting took place between the 18th of July and the 23rd of July, after the conclusion of Week 8 of the LCS. 

In the upcoming days the LCS will also reveal the Coaching Staff of the Split, the Rookie of the Year, the Most Improved Player and the Most Valuable Player (MVP) on the following dates:

  • Coaching Staff of the Split – August 2nd
  • Rookie of the Year - August 2nd
  • Most Improved Player - August 9th
  • Most Valuable Player – Finals Weekend

It will be interesting to see, which players and coaches will receive the awards for their hard work. Of course, we will keep you up-to-date.

1st Team All-Pro

The first All-Pro Team |©Riot Games

The first of the three All-Pro Teams consists out of the two Cloud 9 Players, Jungler Robert "Blaber" Huang and ADC Mincheol "Berserker" Kim. Both of them had a phenomenal regular season and finished first place with their Team. Cloud 9 managed to win 14 Matches and lost just 5. 

In the upcoming Playoffs the team is placed in the second Round of the Upper Bracket. Their first opponent is still to be determinate. It's safe to say, that C9 is one of the favorites to win the whole Summer Split.

Also in the Team are two players from the Golden Guardian roster, which ended the regular season on the second place, behind Cloud 9. GG gets represented by their Toplaner  Eric "Licorice" Ritchi and Support Jae "huhi" Hyun Choi. The Golden Guardians are also in the Upper Bracket Round 2 and are waiting for their opponent in the playoffs.

The team gets completed by Evil Geniuses Midlaner Joseph "jojopyun" Pyun. Golden Guardians reached the third place and has to play against TSM in the first round of the playoffs. 

2nd Team All-Pro

The second All-Pro Team of the LCS Summer Split 2023 |©Riot Games

The second All-Pro Team of the LCS Summer Split features the rest of the Golden Guardian Line-up, and one player each of Team Liquid and Cloud 9. Representing GG are Jungler Dong-Woo "River" Kim, Midlaner Taewoo "Gori" Kim and ADC legend Trevor "Stixxay" Hayes. 

The support position is filled by Cloud 9's danish Support Jesper "Zven" Svenningsen, while Liquid's Toplaner Wootae "Summit" Park is completing the team. Summit's Liquid finished on the 4th position in the regular Split and has to play NRG in the first round of the playoffs.

It will be interesting to see, which teams are going to win in the first round of the playoffs and have to compete against the favorites, Cloud 9 and Golden Guardians.

3rd All-Pro Team

The 3rd All-Pro Team of the LCS Summer Split |© Riot Games

The third and final All-Pro Team consists out of the two remaining Cloud Players, Toplaner Ibrahim "Fudge" Allami and Midlaner Minsu "Emenes" Jang, Liquid's Jungler Chanhhyeon "Pyosik" Hong and Support Yongin "CoreJJ" Jo and last but not least EG's ADC William "Unforgiven" Niemen.

Unforgiven and his EG teammates have to face TSM in the first round of the playoffs.

So, there you have it, all three All-Pro teams for the LCS Summer Split 2023. Maybe some of the names were a little bit surprising, but since they're all players from the 4 highest placed teams there is no way, that they didn't earn it.

The playoffs are about to begin and let's see if some of these players are going to claim the whole split for themselves. Maybe we even see some of them in the voting for the Split's MVP Award.

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Henning Paul

Henning studied Journalism, having worked for multiple media outlets before finding his way to Riftfeed and EarlyGame where he let his passion for League of Legends esports take hold. He's been playing League of Legends, as well as other games...