The League of Legends Champions Korea (LCK) revealed the All-LCK Pro Teams for the Summer 2023 season. These teams consist of players who have displayed remarkable skills and talent throughout the regular league.

Following the conclusion of the LCK Summer 2023 regular season, votes were cast to select the All-LCK First Team, Second Team, and Third Team, as well as the Regular Season MVP and the Player of the Split. The votes were cast by a panel of approximately 40 individuals, including head coaches, representative players from each team, domestic and international broadcast staff, analysts, and members of the press.

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All-LCK First Team for LCK Summer 2023

ALl-LCK First Team for LCK Summer 2023 featuring KT Rolster
Credit: LCK

KT Rolster dominated the All-LCK First Team with all five of their players. The team achieved an impressive 16 consecutive wins from Week 2 to Week 9, matching the LCK’s record for the most consecutive set wins in a single split.

The First Team lineup comprises top laner Kim “Kiin” Gi-in, jungler Moon “Cuzz” Woo-chan, mid laner Gwak “Bdd” Bo-seong, bot laner Kim “Aiming” Ha-ram, and support player Son “Lehends” Si-woo. Notably, Kiin received the highest score of 200 points, a recognition of his exceptional performance. Each of the five players in the All-LCK First Team will be awarded a prize of 2 million won (~US$1,500).

This marks the second instance of a team securing all five spots on the All-LCK First Team, the first being T1 in Spring 2023.

TopKT RolsterKiin
JunglerKT RolsterCuzz
Mid LaneKT RolsterBdd
Bot LaneKT RolsterAiming
SupportKT RolsterLehends

All-LCK Second Team for LCK Summer 2023

ALl-LCK Second Team for LCK Summer 2023 featuring Gen.G
Credit: LCK

The All-LCK Second Team comprises all five players from Gen.G, the defending champions of the LCK Summer 2022 and LCK Spring 2023.

Gen.G displayed their prowess by securing 13 consecutive victories from the beginning of the Summer Split, finishing the regular league in second place with an impressive record of 16 wins and two losses.

Mid LaneGen.GChovy
Bot LaneGen.GPeyz

All-LCK Third Team for LCK Summer 2023

ALl-LCK Third Team for LCK Summer 2023 featuring members of T1, Dplus KIA, Hanwha Life Esports
Credit: LCK

The All-LCK Third Team comprises players from various teams, including T1’s top laner Choi “Zeus” Woo-je, Dplus KIA’s jungler Kim “Canyon” Geon-bu, Hanwha Life Esports’ mid laner Kim “Zeka” Gun-woo, bot laner Park “Viper” Do-hyeon, and support player Kim “Life” Jeong-min.

JunglerDplus KIACanyon
Mid LaneHanwha Life EsportsZeka
Bot LaneHanwha Life EsportsViper
SupportHanwha Life EsportsLife

KT Rolster’s Lehends was named the Regular Season MVP for his leadership and contributions to the team’s success. The title of Best Head Coach was awarded to Kang “Hirai” Dong-hoon of KT Rolster, who played a pivotal role in guiding the team to their first regular season victory in five years.

The Rookie of the Year honors went to Gen.G’s Peyz, the youngest player in the league. His remarkable debut season showcased his incredible skills, amassing over 500 kills this season alone.

Dplus KIA’s Canyon and Hanwha Life Esports’ Zeka shared the spotlight in the Player of the Split category, both earning 1,200 points. Both players will receive a prize of 2 million won (~US$1,500).

Looking ahead, the LCK Summer 2023 playoffs kick off on August 8 with an exciting match between Hanwha Life Esports and DRX. The tournament will feature a single-elimination format for the first round, followed by a double-elimination format from the second round to the grand final. The finalists will compete for glory on August 20 at the Daejeon Dream Arena, located in Yuseong-gu, Daejeon.

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