League of Legends Champions Korea (LCK) will continue its operations for the 2020 Spring Split amid the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak.
However, the organizers will not allow any spectators inside the competition venue in South Korea.
This precautionary measure will help combat the spread of coronavirus among Summoners. The country already has four confirmed cases of the virus.
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The LCK Spring Split 2020 is set to debut on February 5, with T1, Damwon Gaming, KT Rolster, and Gen G as the starting teams.
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