The LCS has wrapped up its Spring Split and we now know the top six teams that will compete in the Spring Playoffs.

Cloud9 will be the overwhelming favorites entering the playoffs as the top seed with just one loss this year, while Golden Guardians sneak into the last spot in sixth place.

Week 9 Results

  • Team SoloMid 0 – 1 100 Thieves
  • Cloud9 1 – 0 Evil Geniuses
  • FlyQuest 1 – 0 Team Liquid
  • Counter Logic Gaming 0 – 1 Golden Guardians
  • Immortals 0 – 1 Dignitas
  • Golden Guardians 1 – 0 FlyQuest
  • Dignitas 1 – 0 Team SoloMid
  • Evil Geniuses 1 – 0 Immortals
  • Team Liquid 0 – 1 Cloud9
  • 100 Thieves 1 – 0 Counter Logic Gaming
  • FlyQuest 0 – 1 100 Thieves

Match of the Week: Team Liquid vs Cloud9

This week saw an amazing clash between Team Liquid and Cloud9.

Team Liquid needed a win to make the playoffs, and responded with one of their best performances of the season with Mads “Broxah” Brock-Pedersen and Jung “Impact” Eon-yeong playing aggressively from the start.

However, Liquid were unable to sustain their momentum and Cloud9 eventually took over with stronger pushes, claiming two of TL’s base inhibitors.

Liquid found themselves out of position as they tried to prevent Cloud9 from entering their base when Philippe “Vulcan” Laflamme and Jesper “Zven” Svenningsen teleported straight in via Abyssal Voyage and backdoored the final turret and Nexus.

A disappointing season sees the reigning LCS champions end the Spring Split in 9th place and out of the playoffs.

Player of the Week: Robert “Blaber” Huang

Cloud9’s Blaber was a dynamic jungler in their match against Evil Geniuses, proving that the roaming position has a lot to offer to its team. Other than securing the Cloud drake, the Gragas player dominated in kills and assists, even ending the game with a triple-kill ace.


  1. Cloud9 (17-1)
  2. Evil Geniuses (11-8)
  3. 100 Thieves (11-9)
  4. FlyQuest (10-9)
  5. TSM (9-9)
  6. Golden Guardian (9-10)
  7. Dignitas (9-11)
  8. Immortals (8-11)
  9. Team Liquid (7-11)
  10. Counter Logic Gaming (3-15)

READ MORE: LCS Spring Week 8 Recap: Cloud9 bounce back