- What: League of Legends 2023 LCS Spring Split
- Date: January 26 – March 17, 2023
- Location: LCS Studio in Los Angeles, California
- How to watch: Twitch
The League of Legends Spring 2023 Split of the League Championship Series, or LCS begins on January 16, 2023, in Los Angeles. The LCS Spring Split features 10 League of Legends teams: Team Liquid, FlyQuest, Evil Geniuses, Cloud9, 100 Thieves, Dignitas, CLG, Golden Guardians, Immortals and TSM. Last year Team Liquid won the Spring 2022 Split Group Stage with a 14-4 record. Cloud9 came in second at 13-5. When the teams went to the Spring 2022 LCS Playoffs, Evil Geniuses topped 100 Thieves in the Finals.
The 2023 LCS Spring Split winner becomes eligible to compete in the mid-season League Of Legends invitational. Evil Geniuses finished in 3-4 place at the 2022 Mid-Season Invitational event.
League of Legends LCS Spring Split 2023 picks
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Expectations were high for Team Liquid in 2022. Yes, the team won the Spring Split Group Stage, but they fell short in the Spring Playoffs. Team Liquid then placed third in the LCS Summer Split before failing to make the Finals of the Summer Split.
Heading into the 2023 Spring Split, Team Liquid cleaned house and signed four new players. Summit and Pyosik joined the team in early December just a few days after Haeri and Yeon signed with Team Liquid. The carryover heading into 2023 is CoreJJ, who has been with the squad since 2018.
Pyosik is the big name for the team. He was a World Championship winner in 2022 with T1.
FlyQuest could have had a better 2022. The team finished in sixth place in the Spring 2022 LCS Group Split with a 9-9 record. They were then eliminated in the quarterfinals of the Spring Playoffs by Evil Geniuses. Things did not improve for FlyQuest in the 2022 LCS Summer Split as they once again finished in sixth place ands were again eliminated in the quarterfinals of the playoffs.
With its poor showing last year, FlyQuest reworked its lineup heading into the 2023 Spring LCS Group Stage. Impact, Spica, Vicla, Prince and Eyla all joined the team in December 2022. While playing for SANDBOX Gaming in 2022, Prince was named to the All-LCK Second Team during the Summer Split while also picking up the “Player of the Split” award.
Expectations are high for FlyQuest heading into the Spring 2023 LCS Split.
Evil Geniuses had a good run in 2022. The team finished in fourth in the Spring 2022 LCS Group Stage and then won the Spring Playoffs. The Summer Split went better for the team in the Group Stage, as they took first there. They followed that with a deep run into the Summer Playoffs. The team represented North America in the Mid-Season-Invitational, where they finished in the 3-4 spot.
With their success they had in 2022, the team held onto Inspired, Jojopyun and Vulcan. Evil Geniuses added Ssumday and FBI in November 2022. The familiarity of this squad could pay dividends in the Spring Split, but, at least on paper, the team did not improve as much as the two teams who are favored above them.
The 2023 LCS Spring Split comes down to Team Liquid and FlyQuest. Not only did those squads improve their rosters, but they also changed their coaching. Team Liquid signed Marin, while FlyQuest picked up current world champion head coach Ssong.
The 2023 LCS Spring Split will come down to which team can gel the quickest. In my opinion, the best bet is to look at FlyQuest to win the 2023 LCS Spring Split.
Pick: FlyQuest to win the 2023 LCS League of Legends Spring Split.
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