The League of Legends action continues in North America with the LoL Championship Series (LCS) Summer Split 2022, which starts on June 18.
Ten teams will be competing for the third and final LCS title of the year as well as Worlds 2022 qualification. The top three teams in the Summer playoffs will automatically qualify for Worlds, and will determine their seeding at the LCS Championship.
Here is the full list of rosters of all 10 teams competing in the LCS Summer Split 2022.
Full roster of every team competing in the LCS Summer Split 2022
After winning their first LCS Championship last Summer Split, 100 Thieves remained a top-performing squad in the new year. The team finished third in LCS Spring regular season and put up a good fight against Evil Geniuses in the Spring final.
Still living up to their reputation of being playoff contenders, 100 Thieves will continue with the same roster in Summer.
|Kim “Ssumday” Chan-ho||Top laner|
|Can “Closer” Çelik||Jungler|
|Felix “Abbedagge” Braun||Mid laner|
|Ian “FBI” Victor Huang||Bot laner|
|Choi “huhi” Jae-hyun||Support|
With the departure of top laner Park “Summit” Woo-tae and support players Kim “Winsome” Dong-keon and Jonah “Isles” Rosario, Cloud9 puts Spring mid laner Ibrahim “Fudge” Allami back in the top lane while Jesper “Zven” Svenningsen role-swaps from ADC to support.
Cloud9 also welcomes back two-time LCS champion Nicolaj “Jensen” Jensen as their mid laner. He previously played for the team from 2015 to 2018.
|Ibrahim “Fudge” Allami||Top laner|
|Robert “Blaber” Huang||Jungler|
|Nicolaj “Jensen” Jensen||Mid laner|
|Kim “Berserker” Min-cheol||Bot laner|
|Jesper “Zven” Svenningsen||Support|
Counter Logic Gaming
Ending Spring in eighth place with a 6-12 record, Counter Logic Gaming looks to improve in Summer by swapping Thomas “Jenkins” Tran with Academy top laner Niship “Dhokla” Doshi.
|Niship “Dhokla” Doshi||Top laner|
|Juan “Contractz” Arturo Garcia||Jungler|
|Cristian “Palafox” Palafox||Mid laner|
|Fatih “Luger” Güven||Bot laner|
|Philippe “Poome” Lavoie-Giguere||Support|
Dignitas had a disappointing end to their Spring 2022 season, missing the three-way playoffs tiebreaker between Evil Geniuses, FlyQuest, and Golden Guardians by one match win.
Top laner Aaron “FakeGod” Lee has left the team, and Dignitas replaces him with veteran Noh “gamsu” Yeong-jin, who was part of the organization back in 2014-2015.
|Noh “gamsu” Yeong-jin||Top laner|
|Kim “River” Dong-woo||Jungler|
|Ersin “Blue” Gören||Mid laner|
|Toàn “Neo” Trần||Bot laner|
|Vincent “Biofrost” Wang||Support|
Evil Geniuses took Spring 2022 by storm with the promotion of LoL prodigy Joseph “jojopyun” Joon Pyun and the signing of EU star jungler Kacper “Inspired” Słoma, and support player Philippe “Vulcan” Laflamme.
Led by head of coaching staff Peter Dun, EG finished fourth in the regular season, then went on to dominate the playoffs, claim their first LCS Championship, and represent North America at the Mid-Season Invitational (MSI) where they finished in 3rd-4th place.
|Jeong “Impact” Eon-young||Top laner|
|Kacper “Inspired” Słoma||Jungler|
|Joseph “jojopyun” Joon Pyun||Mid laner|
|Kyle “Danny” Sakamaki||Bot laner|
|Philippe “Vulcan” Laflamme||Support|
FlyQuest is ready to showcase greatness in the LCS Summer Split 2022 with a new face on the team. Academy player Philip “Philip” Zeng trades places with starting top laner Colin “Kumo” Zhao.
|Philip “Philip” Zeng||Top laner|
|Brandon “Josedeodo” Joel Villegas||Jungler|
|Loïc “toucouille” Dubois||Mid laner|
|Johnson “Johnsun” Nguyen||Bot laner|
|Zaqueri “aphromoo” Black||Support|
After spending two months as Golden Guardians’ positional coach, Trevor “Stixxay” Hayes is coming back to the Summoner’s Rift as the team’s bot laner for the Summer Split.
|Eric “Licorice” Ritchie||Top laner|
|Milo “Pridestalker” Wehnes||Jungler|
|Nicholas “Ablazeolive” Antonio Abbott||Mid laner|
|Trevor “Stixxay” Hayes||Bot laner|
|Kim “Olleh” Joo-sung||Support|
Following a tenth-place finish in Spring, Immortals aims to turn things around in the upcoming split with three new recruits.
Lawrence “Lost” Sze Yuy Hui and Lee “IgNar” Dong-geun join as the team’s bot lane while Shane “Kenvi” Kenneth Espinoza makes his LCS debut as Immortals’ jungler.
|Mohamed “Revenge” Kaddoura||Top laner|
|Shane “Kenvi” Kenneth Espinoza||Jungler|
|Tristan “PowerOfEvil” Schrage||Mid laner|
|Lawrence “Lost” Sze Yuy Hui||Bot laner|
|Lee “IgNar” Dong-geun||Support|
The triple-threat signing of Søren “Bjergsen” Bjerg, Gabriël “Bwipo” Rau, Steven “Hans sama” Liv turned out to be a massive win for Team Liquid. Bjergsen and the boys put on a stellar Spring performance, finishing first in the regular season with a 14-4 record.
The team will head into the LCS Summer Split 2022 with an unchanged lineup.
|Gabriël “Bwipo” Rau||Top laner|
|Lucas “Santorin” Tao Kilmer Larsen||Jungler|
|Søren “Bjergsen” Bjerg||Mid laner|
|Steven “Hans sama” Liv||Bot laner|
|Jo “CoreJJ” Yong-in||Support|
TSM is looking to return to form with a new superstar signing.
Huang “Maple” Yi-Tang joins the squad as its starting mid laner. Maple rose to prominence in the LoL Master Series (LMS) and the Pacific Championship Series (PCS), where he bagged six LMS championships with Flash Wolves and two PCS championships with PSG Talon. It will be the first time he’ll be working with former LMS pro player and head coach, Wong “Chawy” Xing Lei.
|Heo “Huni” Seung-hoon||Top laner|
|Mingyi “Spica” Lu||Jungler|
|Huang “Maple” Yi-Tang||Mid laner|
|Edward “Tactical” Ra||Bot laner|
|Wei “Shenyi” Zi-Jie||Support|