The LPL has announced their 2022 Spring Split schedule and the season is going to start off with a few bangers. We'll check out when the season will start, which teams are playing and how you can watch!
Are you ready for the 2021 League of Legends World Champions and Mid-Season Invitational champions to take center stage once more? Then you'll want to follow the LPL this year because RNG and EDG are playing soon!
When Will the LPL Kick Off?
The LPL is going to start on January 10, 2022. The first game is going to be Oh My God taking on ThunderTalk Gaming. You might have heard of ThunderTalk Gaming after TSM picked up their ADC from the youth squad.
The second game on January 10, 2022, is going to be Royal Never Give Up, the 2021 MSI Champions, facing off against the revamped FunPlus Phoenix. It'll be weird to see the team without DoinB.
FunPlus Phoenix did have a great showing at the Demacia Cup around Christmas 2021, but will they be able to show similar results when it really comes down to the Spring Split?
The Schedule of 2022 #LPL Spring Split is officially out!— LPL (@lplenglish) December 31, 2021
Week 1 kicks off with OMG vs TT and capping off the day with a real bang is @FPX_Esports taking on @RNG!
Catch all the action at 10:00 am CET // 1:00 am PST on:
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Where to Find the Full LPL 2022 Spring Schedule?
You can check the LPLenglish Twitter page for updates and the entire 2022 LPL schedule. That way you'll know when your favorite team from the Chinese region is playing.
If you want to see the 2021 World Champions in action, then make sure to tune in on January 11, 2022 when they face off against JDG.
Games usually start around 10 AM CET so it'll go great with your morning coffee while you're either doing school work from home or working from home – thanks COVID.