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LCK 2022 Spring
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Tournament Information
OrganizerRiot Games
Location & Dates
Region
KR
Korea
Country
South Korea
Start Date2022-01-??
End Date2022-??-??
Broadcast
Streams
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The LCK 2022 Spring Season is the first split of the second year of Korea's professional League of Legends league under partnership. Ten teams compete in a round robin group stage.

Overview[]

Format[]

  • 10 teams participate
  • Double Round Robin
  • Matches are best of three
  • Top six teams qualify for Playoffs
    • Top two teams receive a bye to the semifinals

Participants[]

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Results[]

LCK 2022 Spring Standings
TeamSeriesGamesStr
1Afreeca Freecslogo std.pngAfreeca Freecs0 - 00%0 - 00%0
1DRXlogo std.pngDRX0 - 00%0 - 00%0
1DWG KIAlogo std.pngDWG KIA0 - 00%0 - 00%0
1Fredit BRIONlogo std.pngFredit BRION0 - 00%0 - 00%0
1Gen.Glogo std.pngGen.G0 - 00%0 - 00%0
1Hanwha Life Esportslogo std.pngHanwha Life Esports0 - 00%0 - 00%0
1KT Rolsterlogo std.pngKT Rolster0 - 00%0 - 00%0
1Liiv SANDBOXlogo std.pngLiiv SANDBOX0 - 00%0 - 00%0
1Nongshim RedForcelogo std.pngNongshim RedForce0 - 00%0 - 00%0
1T1logo std.pngT10 - 00%0 - 00%0
Match|Game

Match Schedule[]

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Results|Schedule
CD|You|PST|CET|KST

VODs & Match Links[]

Timeline[]

Individual Awards[]

"Player of the Game" Standings[]

   
Player of the Game Standings
RankTimesPlayer

Season Awards[]

Media[]

Streams[]

Broadcast Talent[]

  • English

    • Max "Atlus" Anderson – Play-by-Play Caster

    • Brendan "Valdes" Valdes – Play-by-Play Caster

    • Wolf "Wolf" Schröder – Color Caster

    • Maurits "Chronicler" Jan Meeusen – Color Caster

Venue[]

Seoul
LoL PARK - LCK Arena
Capacity - 450
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33 Jong-ro, Cheongjin-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea

Announcements[]

Viewership Statistics[]

Additional Content[]

  • See Media.

References[]

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