With G2 having taken the crown of LEC Winter 2023, it's time to look ahead at the Spring Split and which team will qualify for the 2023 Mid-Season Invitational.
The 2023 LEC Winter Split has kicked off and one more team will be chosen to represent Europe at the 2023 Mid-Season Invitational in London, England. What teams are competing though and what are their standings?
It's time to check out the 2023 LEC Spring Split after an exciting Winter event to see which team will be at the top of the ladder and ready to go to one of the biggest international events League of Legends has to offer.
LEC 2023 Spring Split: All Teams and Standings
The LEC, while changing its format in 2023, as well as expanding to EMEA, continues to have 10-teams. There were some spicey roster changes made ahead of the 2023 Spring Split, with players like Upset returning to the big stage for Team Vitality, while Fnatic switched out their coaching staff, as well as regular roster.
So, have these roster changes influenced the LEC 2023 Spring Split in any way, shape or form?
|1||SK Gaming||3 - 0|
|1||Team Vitality||3 - 0|
|Astralis||2 - 1|
|Team BDS||2 - 1|
|G2 Esports||2 - 1|
|KOI||1 - 2|
|Excel||1 - 2|
|MAD Lions||1 - 2|
|Fnatic||0 - 3|
|Team Heretics||0 - 3|
Where To Watch The LEC 2023 Spring Split
You're able to watch the LEC Spring Split on multiple channels. Whether you like YouTube or prefer Twitch, you're going to be able to tune in to watch your favorite teams at all times. Of course, we also suggest watching on the official League of Legends lolesports website so you can get some esports drops as well.
There are also streams in multiple languages, so if you prefer to watch in your mother tongue, then there are multiple streams available as well.
New LEC Spring Format Explained
If you didn't have time to watch the Winter Split, then don't worry we'll quickly give you a run down of the new format that Riot introduced at the beginning of the year to make the LEC more exciting to watch.
How many Pentakills will we see at the 2023 LEC Spring Split?
Unlike in previous years, the LEC now has three splits, Winter, Spring and Summer. This also means there is going to be one big finals event in the summer, instead of having two finals like in previous years.
Curious about the LEC finals?
The Spring Split is divided into three stages. Round 1 consists of all ten teams competing in a Bo1 single round-robin. The top eight teams will continue and move onto the next round.
In Round 2, also called the Spring Groups, the top eight teams will compete in a double elimination best of three format. The top four teams after the Groups stage will move onto the final round, the Spring Playoffs.
The final round, is going to encompass four teams playing a double elimination best of five format. The winner of the whole LEC Spring Split will secure themselves a spot at the LEC Season finals, which will take place at the end of the 2023 Season.
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