The offseason League of Legends roster shuffle is coming to a close. Soon, the 2022 LPL Spring Split will begin, where we will see new faces, returning players, and old friends facing off against each other on opposite sides of the rift.

To keep up to date with the latest changes, here is the full list of China’s League of Legends Pro League (LPL) rosters of every team competing.

Full roster of every team competing in the 2022 LPL Spring Split

Anyone’s Legend

2022 LPL Spring Split Anyone's Legend roster
Credit: Anyone’s Legend on Weibo

Formerly known as Rogue Warriors, the organization has rebranded to Anyone’s Legend for the 2022 LPL Spring Split. Former Flash Wolves teammates Huang “Maple” Yi-Tang and Lu “Betty” Yu-Hung reunite on this roster.

Zhu “Zdz” De-ZhangTop laner
Peng “xiaohao” HaoJungler
Huang “Maple” Yi-TangMid laner
Zhou “Harder” Shi-HaoMid laner
Lu “Betty” Yu-HungBot laner
Mei “ZWuJi” Hong-HuiBot laner
Su “kaixuan” Yu-KaiSupport
Zhang “QiuQiu” MingSupport
Maple joins Anyone's Legend for 2022 LPL Spring Split
Credit: Anyone’s Legend

Bilibili Gaming

Uzi and the rest of the Bilibili Gaming roster for the 2022 LPL Spring Split
Credit: Bilibili Gaming

After spending a year in retirement to take care of his health, Jian “Uzi” Zi-Hao returns to pro play in the 2022 LPL Spring Split with Bilibili Gaming. He shares the role with rising star Chiu “Doggo” Tzu-Chuan, formerly from Pacific Championship Series’ (PCS) Beyond Gaming.

They will be supported by 2019 World Champion Liu “Crisp” Qing-Song, who has moved from FunPlus Phoenix.

Chen “Breathe” ChenTop laner
Wei “Weiwei” Bo-HanJungler
Chu “FoFo” Chun-LanMid laner
Chiu “Doggo” Tzu-ChuanBot laner
Jian “Uzi” Zi-HaoBot laner
Liu “Crisp” Qing-SongSupport

Edward Gaming

2021 Edward Gaming roster at a Red Bull event
Credit: Edward Gaming

The 2021 League of Legends World Champions will compete in the upcoming 2022 LPL Spring Split with the exact same roster.

Li “Flandre” Xuan-JunTop laner
Huang “Xiaoxiang” XiangTop laner
Zhao “Jiejie” Li-JieJungler
Lee “Scout” Ye-chanMid laner
Park “Viper” Do-hyeonBot laner
Tian “Meiko” YeSupport

FunPlus Phoenix

FunPlus Phoenix's full roster for the 2022 LPL Spring Split
Credit: FunPlus Phoenix

Former T1 substitute mid laner Kim “Gori” Tae-woo will make his debut in China in the 2022 LPL Spring Split. The only FunPlus Phoenix member that has remained is 2019 World Champion bot laner, Lin “Lwx” Wei-Xiang.

Former Gen.G jungler Kim “Clid” Tae-min of the LCK will also be making his debut in the LPL.

Ping “xiaolaohu” Xiao-HuTop laner
Yang “Beichuan” LingJungler
Kim “Clid” Tae-minJungler
Kim “Gori” Tae-wooMid laner
Luo “jiang” Bai-JiangBot laner
Lin “Lwx” Wei-XiangBot laner
Fu “Hang” Ming-HangSupport
Dang “Lele” Bo-LinSupport

Invictus Gaming

Invictus Gaming promotes Xzz, Neny, and Xiaoyueji from its academy roster
Credit: Invictus Gaming

After the departure of Kang “TheShy” Seung-lok and Song “Rookie” Eui-jin, Invictus Gaming had to rebuild.

They promoted three of their academy players, Liu “Xzz” Zhu, Luo “xiaoyueji” Shi-Hao, and Zhao “neny” Zhi-Hao, whom we saw in 2021 LPL Summer Split when he substituted for TheShy.

Zhao “neny” Zhi-HaoTop laner
Peng “XUN” Li-XunJungler
Liu “Xzz” ZhuMid laner
Zhang “Yuekai” Yue-KaiMid laner
An “Ahn” Shan-YeBot laner
Luo “xiaoyueji” Shi-HaoBot laner
Zhang “Ke” KeSupport
Li “Lucas” Tan-Pan-AoSupport

JD Gaming

JD Gaming's 2021 Demacia Cup roster
Credit: JD Gaming on Twitter

Switching places, Top Esports’ former top laner Bai “369” Jia-Hao has joined JD Gaming for the 2022 LPL Spring Split, while former JD Gaming top laner Zhang “Zoom” Xing-Ran went over to TES.

Star jungler Seo “Kanavi” Jin-hyeok has remained, together with mid laner Zeng “Yagao” Qi. Similar to Invictus Gaming, JD Gaming promoted and welcomed new academy players to make up the rest of the roster. Edward Gaming’s substitute bot laner Wang “Hope” Jie has newly joined, and will be on the starting roster.

Bai “369” Jia-HaoTop laner
Seo “Kanavi” Jin-hyeokJungler
Dai “Xiao17” Ying-JieJungler
Zeng “Yagao” QiMid laner
Chen “Yimeng” Ming-YongMid laner
Wang “Hope” JieBot laner
Huang “Lpc” HaoBot laner
Lou “Missing” Yun-FengSupport

LGD Gaming

LGD Gaming welcomes bot laner Eric to the team for the 2022 LPL Spring Split
Credit: LGD Gaming on Weibo

Rebuilding the team around their star jungler Zhiqiang “shad0w” Zhao, LGD Gaming revamped their mid lane, bot lane, and support.

Their roster’s starting support is yet to be announced.

Chen “fearness” Guo-JiTop laner
Zhiqiang “shad0w” ZhaoJungler
Chen “Jay” BoMid laner
Ji “YeG” Xin-YuMid laner
He “Eric” QiangBot laner
Xie “Jinjiao” Jin-ShanBot laner

LNG Esports

LNG Esports 2022 LPL Spring Split roster announcement
Credit: LNG Esports

After topping their Play-In group at the League of Legends 2021 World Championship, LNG Esports failed to make it out of the Group Stage after losing a best-of-one tiebreaker to MAD Lions.

Joining top laner Hu “Ale” Jia-Le, star jungler Lee “Tarzan” Seung-yong, bot laner Wang “Light” Guang-Yu, and support Liao “Iwandy” Ding-Yang on LNG Esports for the 2022 LPL Spring Split is 2019 World Champion and former FunPlus Phoenix mid laner Kim “Doinb” Tae-sang, as well as former JD Gaming support Zuo “LvMao” Ming-Hao.

Former Royal Never Give Up’s Chang “Poppy” Po-Hao will also join the team as their new coach.

Hu “Ale” Jia-LeTop laner
Lee “Tarzan” Seung-yongJungler
Kim “Doinb” Tae-sangMid laner
Wang “Light” Guang-YuBot laner
Liao “Iwandy” Ding-YangSupport
Zuo “LvMao” Ming-HaoSupport

Victory Five (Ninjas in Pyjamas)

Victory Five welcomes Karsa to their new 2022 LPL Spring Split roster
Credit: Victory Five on Weibo

Headlining the Ninjas in Pyjamas roster is star jungler Hung “Karsa” Hao-Hsuan, previously from Top Esports, and mid laner Song “Rookie” Eui-jin from Invictus Gaming.

They are joined by support Guo “ppgod” Peng, who returns to Victory Five after a stint with Bilibili Gaming, and former substitute Top Esports bot laner, Ying “Photic” Qi-Shen.

Victory Five has merged with Ninjas in Pyjamas, and will rebrand in 2022.

Lee “Rich” Jae-wonTop laner
Hung “Karsa” Hao-HsuanJungler
Li “XLB” Xiao-LongJungler
Song “Rookie” Eui-jinMid laner
Ying “Photic” Qi-ShenBot laner
Guo “ppgod” PengSupport

Oh My God

Oh My God's roster announcement for 2022 LPL Spring Split
Credit: Oh My God on Weibo

The only two players from the previous season who remained on Oh My God are mid laner Lin “Creme” Jian and support Liu “COLD” Shi-Yu. They are joined by fresh blood from the LDL.

Chang “M1kuya” XiaoTop laner
Deng “shanji” Zi-JianTop laner
Mao “Aki” AnJungler
Lin “Creme” JianMid laner
Dai “Able” Zhi-ChunBot laner
Liu “COLD” Shi-YuSupport

Rare Atom

Rare atom welcomes former Edward Gaming jungler JunJia to their 2022 LPL Spring Split roster
Credit: Rare Atom on Weibo

Joining Lu “Leyan” Jue in the jungle is Zhou “Fy” Yang who has been promoted to the main roster, and former Edward Gaming substitute Yu “JunJia” Chun-Chia.

Dai “Cube” YiTop laner
Zhou “Fy” YangJungler
Yu “JunJia” Chun-ChiaJungler
Lu “Leyan” JueJungler
Deng “Forge” JieMid laner
Chen “Strive” LiangMid laner
Hu “iBoy” Xian-ZhaoBot laner
Yang “Zorah” Chong-JiangSupport

Royal Never Give Up

Photo of Royal Never Give Up in 2021 MSI Final
Credit: Riot Games

2021 Mid-Season Invitational champions Royal Never Give Up underwent two major changes during the offseason. Since mid laner Yuan “Cryin” Cheng-Wei left for Ultra Prime, Li “Xiaohu” Yuan-Hao is now back in the mid lane.

Filling the spot in the top lane is 2020 World Championship finalist Chen “Bin” Ze-Bin, formerly from Suning.

Chen “Bin” Ze-BinTop laner
Yan “Wei” Yang-WeiJungler
Li “Xiaohu” Yuan-HaoMid laner
Chen “GALA” WeiBot laner
Shi “Ming” Sen-MingSupport

Team WE

Team WE welcomes new 2022 LPL Spring Split roster
Credit: Team WE

The most notable change in Team WE’s 2022 LPL Spring Split roster is the return of mid laner Su “xiye” Han-Wei, who kickstarted his League of Legends pro career with this organization back in 2013.

Finishing in 7th place in the 2021 LPL Summer Split, Team WE qualified for the playoffs and went on a four series win streak before losing to FunPlus Phoenix 3-0 in the semifinals. In the lower bracket, they were swept again by Edward Gaming, and finished 3rd.

Team WE also lost out on Worlds 2021 after they dropped to LNG Esports 3-1 in the regional qualifiers match.

Yu “Biubiu” Lei-XinTop laner
Jiang “beishang” Zhi-PengJungler
Chen “View” Yu-MingJungler
Cui “Shanks” Xiao-JunMid laner
Su “xiye” Han-WeiMid laner
Guo “Stay” Yi-YangBot laner
Liu “Xing” Jia-XingBot laner
Du “Kedaya” Bang-RongSupport

Top Esports

Top Esports welcomes new 2022 LPL Spring Split roster
Credit: Top Esports

Super star mid laner Zhuo “knight” Ding and bot laner Yu “JackeyLove” Wen-Bo will continue to lead the team in the 2022 LPL Spring Split.

Adding to the list of big names is former JD Gaming top laner Zhang “Zoom” Xing-Ran and 2019 World Champion Gao “Tian” Tian-Liang, previously from FunPlus Phoenix.

Yu “Qingtian” Zi-HanTop laner
Huang “Wayward” Ren-XingTop laner
Zhang “Zoom” Xing-RanTop laner
Gao “Tian” Tian-LiangJungler
Wang “Xiaopeng” PengJungler
Zhuo “knight” DingMid laner
Yu “JackeyLove” Wen-BoBot laner
Wang “Zhuo” Xu-ZhuoSupport

ThunderTalk Gaming

Former Invictus Gaming bot lane duo Ding “Puff” Wang and Su “Southwind” Zhi-Lin have joined ThunderTalk Gaming for the 2022 LPL Spring Split.

Tian “New” Zhi-PengTop laner
Wang “frigid” XinJungler
Luo “Captain” Fei-YangMid laner
Ding “Puff” WangBot laner
Bi “Pudding” Hao-TianSupport
Su “Southwind” Zhi-LinSupport

Ultra Prime

Ultra Prime roster at the 2021 Demacia Cup
Credit: Ultra Prime on Weibo

A reunion of former eStar players, Ultra Prime this 2022 LPL Spring Split welcomes back former Royal Never Give Up mid laner Yuan “Cryin” Cheng-Wei, who joins top laner Zhang “zs” Shuai and support Liu “ShiauC” Chia-Hao.

Huang “Aliez” HaoTop laner
Zhang “zs” ShuaiTop laner
Yang “H4cker” Zhi-HaoJungler
Yuan “Cryin” Cheng-WeiMid laner
Zhao “Elk” Jia-HaoBot laner
Huang “kelin” Bo-LinBot laner
Liu “ShiauC” Chia-HaoSupport

Weibo Gaming (former Suning)

SwordArt celebrating his birthday with his 2022 LPL Spring Split team, Weibo Gaming
Credit: Weibo Gaming on Weibo

Suning is no more. For the 2022 LPL Spring Split, the league welcomes another rebranded team, Weibo Gaming. Former Invictus Gaming top laner Kang “TheShy” Seung-lok has joined the team, replacing Chen “Bin” Ze-Bin, who transferred to Royal Never Give Up.

After spending a year in the LCS with TSM, support and shotcaller Hu “SwordArt” Shuo-Chieh is back, reuniting with the roster he led to the 2020 World Championship finals against DAMWON Gaming.

Kang “TheShy” Seung-lokTop laner
Lê “SofM” Quang DuyJungler
Xiang “Angel” TaoMid laner
Tang “huanfeng” Huan-FengBot laner
Luo “ON” Wen-JunSupport
Hu “SwordArt” Shuo-ChiehSupport

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