2018 NA LCS Spring Split is almost here

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The return of NA LCS weekends are almost here. On January 20, 2018 at 2:00 PM PT, 10 teams begin their journey toward Spring Finals with eyes on the NA LCS Split Championship title.


100 Thieves (100)

100 Roster

  • Ssumday, Top
  • Meteos, Jungle
  • Ryu, Mid
  • Cody Sun, ADC
  • Aphromoo, Support

100 Content

Support 100 Thieves 

Cloud9 (C9)

C9 Roster

  • Licorice, Top
  • Svenskeren, Jungle
  • Jensen, Mid
  • Sneaky, ADC
  • Smoothie, Support

C9 Content

Support Cloud9

Clutch Gaming (CG)

CG Roster

  • Solo, Top
  • Lira, Jungle
  • Febiven, Mid
  • Apollo, ADC
  • Hakuho, Support

CG Content

Support CG

Counter Logic Gaming (CLG)

CLG Roster

  • Darshan, Top
  • Reignover, Jungle
  • Huhi, Mid
  • Stixxay, ADC
  • Biofrost, Support

CLG Content

Support CLG

FlyQuest (FLY)

FLY Roster

  • Flame, Top
  • AnDa, Jungle
  • Fly, Mid
  • WildTurtle, ADC
  • Stunt, Support

FLY Content

Support FLY

Echo Fox (FOX)

FOX Roster

  • Huni, Top
  • Dardoch, Jungle
  • Fenix, Mid
  • Altec, ADC
  • Adrian, Support

FOX Content

Support FOX

Golden Guardians (GGS)

GGS Roster

  • Lourlo, Top
  • Contractz, Jungle
  • Hai, Mid
  • Deftly, ADC
  • Matt, Support

GGS Content

Support GGS

Optic Gaming (OPT)

OPT Roster

  • Zig, Top
  • Akaadian, Jungle
  • PowerofEvil, Mid
  • Arrow, ADC
  • LemonNation, Support

OPT Content

Support OPT

Team Liquid (TL)

TL Roster

  • Impact, Top
  • Xmithie, Jungle
  • Pobelter, Mid
  • Doublelift, ADC
  • Olleh, Support

TL Content

Support TL


TSM Roster

  • Hauntzer, Top
  • MikeYeung, Jungle
  • Bjergsen, Mid
  • Zven, ADC
  • Mithy, Support

TSM Content

Support TSM

Spring Split Details


As previously announced in December, Bo1 is back for the regular season. Spring Split will take place over 9 weeks starting on Saturday, January 20.


Regular season


  • Quarterfinals: March 24-25
  • Semifinals: March 31-April 1
  • Finals: April 7-8

Will Spring Finals be on the road? When will you tell us where it’ll be?

Yes, the 2018 NA LCS Spring Finals weekend will not be at the NA LCS Studio and we’ll share more details in the coming weeks.

…and even more

Below are some more links to everything else you need to get ready for the 2018 NA LCS Spring Split:

Don’t forget to follow NA LCS on social media including:

How to Watch

NA LCS games take place on Saturdays and Sundays. The new NA LCS pre-game show — NA LCS Countdown — begins at 1:30 PM PT, with champion select for the first game beginning at 2:00 PM PT.

On Saturdays for the last game of the day, check out our alt stream NA LCS Lounge on the Twitch channel RiotGames2.

On Sundays after all the games wrap up, don’t miss our weekend recap show: NA LCS Tonight.

Learn more about our new shows over on our Watch Guide.

Watch the action on:

If you can’t watch the games live or want to rewatch an epic team fight, check out the VODs page.

NA LCS News + Updates

Weekly Updates

Don’t miss any of the NA LCS action, we’ll be posting and updating our weekly round-up as new content is released to make it easy to find. News + Updates will be posted every Tuesday for the upcoming week.

  • Week 2 – coming on January 23
  • Week 1

Weekly Content

  • Mondays: Stats Breakdown
  • Tuesdays: Mechanics and The Penta
  • Wednesdays: 10 Thoughts and The Dive
  • Thursdays: This or That

Don’t miss the return of the NA LCS on Saturday, January 20 at 2:00 PM PT.