LPL Spring 2023 is held in China from 14.01.2023 to 15.04.2023. The tournament includes 17 League of Legends squads from the globe vying to win the cash pool of $610,000.
This championship is scheduled to be split into 2 stages:
- Playoffs (China): 30.03.2023 – 15.04.2023. 10 Teams.
- Regular Season (China): 14.01.2023 – 26.03.2023. 17 Teams.
Make sure to consult our betting forecasts and suggestions concerning the likely champion of every part of LPL Spring 2023 before finalizing your own selections and picking the favourites. At our website, we consistently renew our set of forecasts, so coming back to this page to get fresh recommendations is ever a great idea.
The 2023 League of Legends Pro League (LPL) is the first split of the eleventh year of China's professional League of Legends scene. The event will feature 17 teams - seven more than any other major professional region - competing for two spots at the Mid-Season Invitational later in the year. The LPL Spring 2023 split will kick off on January 14 and go on until the end of March.
The top-10 teams in the group stage will advance to the playoffs, with the top two teams advancing to the semifinals of the double-elimination bracket. The remaining teams will compete in the King of the Hill and the double-elimination brackets to determine the last team standing. Current participants include: Anyone's Legend, Bilibili Gaming, Edward Gaming, FunPlus Phoenix, Invictus Gaming, JD Gaming, LGD Gaming, LNG Esports, OMG, Rare Atom, Royal Never Give Up, Team WE, Top Esports, TT Gaming, Ultra Prime, Ninjas in Pyjamas, and Weibo Gaming.
As 2023 is the year of "competitive shake-up" after Riot Games announced massive changes to the professional scene formats, the LPL 2023 Spring Split will be an exciting tournament for fans to watch, with some of the best teams in the world competing for the top spots and international fame.