The League of Legends action returns to North America with the LoL Championship Series (LCS) Spring season, starting January 28.

The LCS saw a chaotic offseason with almost all organizations making moves. Team Liquid has created the first all-Korean roster in the league, while 100 Thieves scored big by signing two LCS legends.

With the introduction of the global Season Kickoff event, the LCS will no longer hold the Lock-In tournament. The Spring season will now start a week earlier on January 26.

Which squad will dominate the NA region? Here’s the full roster of every team competing in the LCS Spring 2023.

Full roster of every team competing in LCS Spring 2023

100 Thieves

100 Thieves announce their LCS 2023 roster
Credit: 100 Thieves

Building around star jungler Can “Closer” Çelik for the 2023 season, 100 Thieves signed a legendary LCS duo.

Yiliang “Doublelift” Peng has come out of retirement and is now the starting bot laner of 100 Thieves. Fellow LCS legend Søren “Bjergsen” Bjerg also joins as the team’s mid laner.

Milan “Tenacity” OleksijTop laner
Can “Closer” ÇelikJungler
Søren “Bjergsen” BjergMid laner
Yiliang “Doublelift” PengBot laner
Alan “Busio” CwalinaSupport


Cloud9 Diplex for LCS Spring 2023
Credit: Cloud9, Team Vitality

With the departure of veteran mid laner Nicolaj “Jensen” Jensen, Cloud9 picks up a young EU recruit to round out their roster, Dimitri “Diplex” Ponomarev. The 19-year-old German player spent almost two years on Vitality.Bee, Team Vitality’s academy roster.

Ibrahim “Fudge” AllamiTop laner
Robert “Blaber” HuangJungler
Dimitri “Diplex” PonomarevMid laner
Kim “Berserker” Min-cheolBot laner
Jesper “Zven” SvenningsenSupport


CLG during 2022 LCS Summer
Credit: CLG

Following a stellar fourth-place finish in the 2022 Summer regular season, CLG will continue with an unchanged roster.

CLG’s roster for the upcoming Spring season consists of Niship “Dhokla” Doshi, Juan “Contractz” Arturo Garcia, Cristian “Palafox” Palafox, Fatih “Luger” Güven, and Philippe “Poome” Lavoie-Giguere.

Niship “Dhokla” DoshiTop laner
Juan “Contractz” Arturo GarciaJungler
Cristian “Palafox” PalafoxMid laner
Fatih “Luger” GüvenBot laner
Philippe “Poome” Lavoie-GiguereSupport


Dignitas roster for LCS Spring 2023
Credit: Dignitas

Dignitas gears up for the 2023 season with a new starting five.

They’ve acquired LCS veterans Lucas “Santorin” Larsen and Jensen, and EU star top laner İrfan “Armut” Berk Tükek. Armut won back-to-back LEC championships with MAD Lions in 2021.

İrfan “Armut” Berk TükekTop laner
Lucas “Santorin” Tao Kilmer LarsenJungler
Nicolaj “Jensen” JensenMid laner
Trevor “Spawn” Kerr-TaylorBot laner
Vincent “Biofrost” WangSupport
Lee “IgNar” Dong-geunSupport

Evil Geniuses

Evil Geniuses sign Ssumday
Credit: EG official Twitter

Evil Geniuses tweaks its current roster by adding two NA top guns.

Kim “Ssumday” Chan-ho and Ian Victor “FBI” Huang join the EG crew as its starting top laner and bot laner respectively.

Ssumday and FBI previously competed on 100 Thieves, where they led the organization to its first-ever LCS championship back in 2021. The duo also had a taste of international play, with two back-to-back Worlds appearances in the last two years.

Kim “Ssumday” Chan-hoTop laner
Kacper “Inspired” SłomaJungler
Joseph “jojopyun” Joon PyunMid laner
Ian Victor “FBI” HuangBot laner
Kyle “Danny” SakamakiBot laner
Philippe “Vulcan” LaflammeSupport


FlyQuest for LCS Spring 2023
Credit: FlyQuest

FlyQuest starts fresh with a brand new squad made up of veterans and newcomers.

The Showcase Greatness organization signed Worlds 2013 champion and five-time LCS winner Jeong “Impact” Eon-young. The top laner recently played for Evil Geniuses and made his seventh Worlds appearance in 2022.

LCK players Lee “VicLa” Dae-kwang and Lee “Prince” Chae-hwan will make their LCS debut in FlyQuest. Prince led Liiv SANDBOX to an incredible third-place finish in LCK Summer 2022.

Jeong “Impact” Eon-youngTop laner
Mingyi “Spica” LuJungler
Lee “VicLa” Dae-kwangMid laner
Lee “Prince” Chae-hwanBot laner
Bill “Eyla” NguyenSupport

Golden Guardians

Golden Guardians roster for LCS Spring 2023
Credit: Golden Guardians

With Eric “Licorice” Ritchie and Trevor “Stixxay” Hayes staying put, Golden Guardians signed a Korean triple threat to complete their 2023 roster.

Former PSG Talon player Kim “Gori” Tae-woo will make his LCS debut alongside fellow Korean players Kim “River” Dong-woo and Choi “huhi”Jae-hyun. River and huhi spent the 2022 season as part of Dignitas and 100 Thieves respectively.

Eric “Licorice” RitchieTop laner
Kim “River” Dong-wooJungler
Kim “Gori” Tae-wooMid laner
Trevor “Stixxay” HayesBot laner
Choi “huhi”Jae-hyunSupport


Immortals' Ablazeolive for LCS Spring 2023
Credit: Immortals

Immortals adds three new recruits to its existing core of Mohamed “Revenge” Kaddoura and Shane “Kenvi” Kenneth Espinoza.

The organization signed NA players Nicholas “Ablazeolive” Antonio Abbott and Edward “Tactical” Ra. Ablazeolive made waves as the rising mid laner of Golden Guardians in 2021-2022.

Former NASR Turkey player Kadir “Fleshy” Kemiksiz also joins as IMT’s starting support.

Mohamed “Revenge” KaddouraTop laner
Shane “Kenvi” Kenneth EspinozaJungler
Nicholas “Ablazeolive” Antonio AbbottMid laner
Edward “Tactical” RaBot laner
Kadir “Fleshy” KemiksizSupport

Team Liquid

DRX Pyosik playing during Worlds 2022
Credit: Riot Games

Team Liquid ushers in a new era with the first all-Korean roster in the LCS.

Hong “Pyosik” Chang-hyeon will make his LCS debut as Team Liquid’s starting jungler. The Korean player recently won Worlds 2022 with LCK team DRX.

After spending Summer 2022 in the LPL with FunPlus Phoenix, Park “Summit” Woo-tae returns to the LCS as TL’s new top laner.

Team Liquid has also signed former T1 Worlds 2015 champion Jang “MaRin” Gyeong-hwan as its new head coach for the next two years.

Park “Summit” Woo-taeTop laner
Hong “Pyosik” Chang-hyeonJungler
Harry “Haeri” KangMid laner
Sean “Yeon” SungBot laner
Jo “CoreJJ” Yong-inSupport


TSM Maple during 2022 LCS Summer
Credit: TSM

Coming off a seventh-place finish in Summer 2022, TSM looks to improve with two new names in their starting five.

Lee “Bugi” Seong-yeop steps into the jungler role for TSM. He previously played for Estral Esports in the LLA, where they ended the 2022 season as runners-up in the Closing playoffs.

TSM also signed former Dignitas Academy bot laner Toàn “Neo” Trần. Prior to his time in Academy, Neo had a starting position on the organization’s LCS roster.

Colin “Solo” EarnestTop laner
Lee “Bugi” Seong-yeopJungler
Huang “Maple” Yi-TangMid laner
Toàn “Neo” TrầnBot laner
Jonathan “Chime” PomponioSupport

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