The LPL Spring 2024 rosters are locked and loaded.

The LPL region had a successful year in 2023. JD Gaming’s super team comprising Bai “369” Jia-Hao, Seo “Kanavi” Jin-hyeok, Zhuo “knight” Ding, Park “Ruler” Jae-hyuk, and Lou “MISSING” Yun-Feng won LPL Spring, MSI, and LPL Summer.

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They were hoping to complete the golden road, but were once again halted by T1 in the semifinals just like the previous year’s Worlds.

After another turbulent offseason, LPL Spring 2024 resets the board. Here’s the full roster of every team competing.

All LPL Spring 2024 rosters

Anyone’s Legend

Wang "Hope" Jie of JD Gaming competes at the League of Legends World Championship Groups Stage on October 14, 2022 in New York City
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The biggest name on Anyone’s Legend’s roster is bot laner Wang “Hope” Jie, who trained with Edward Gaming before getting picked up by JD Gaming for the 2022 season.

He moved to Team WE before joining Anyone’s Legend for LPL Spring 2024.

Wang “Hery” He-YongTop laner
Kim “Croco” Dong-beomJungler
Cui “Shanks” Xiao-JunMid laner
Wang “Hope” JieBot laner
Kim “Kael” Jin-hongSupport
Ou-Yang “Relife” Jin-ChengJungler (support)

Bilibili Gaming

hen "Bin" Zebin of Bilibili Gaming is seen backstage at the League of Legends - Mid-Season Invitational Play-Ins Stage on May 3, 2023 in London, England
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Zhuo “knight” Ding has gone from one strong team to another.

After spending three years with Top Esports, and achieving the most in his career so far in 2023 with JD Gaming, he’s now playing for rival team Bilibili Gaming, swapping places with Zeng “Yagao” Qi.

The rest of the roster, highlighted by top laner Chen “Bin” Ze-Bin, remains intact, with contracts ending in November 2024.

Chen “Bin” Ze-BinTop laner
Peng “Xun” Li-XunJungler
Zhuo “knight” DingMid laner
Zhao “Elk” Jia-HaoBot laner
Luo “ON” Wen-JunSupport
Zuo “LvMao” Ming-HaoSupport (substitute)

Edward Gaming

Zhao "Jiejie" Li-Jie of EDward Gaming poses at the League of Legends World Championship Groups Features Day on October 5, 2022 in New York City
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Former LNG Esports top laner Hu “Ale” Jia-Le has joined Edward Gaming for LPL Spring 2024.

Together with Worlds 2021 champion Zhao “Jiejie” Li-Jie, they’re the two most senior members on the team. The rest of the players were promoted from Edward Gaming’s academy squad.

Hu “Ale” Jia-LeTop laner
Zhao “Jiejie” Li-JieJungler
Lee “Fisher” Jeong-taeMid laner
Hu “Leave” Hong-ChaoBot laner
Zhao “Vampire” Zhe-CanSupport
Wang “Monki” Meng-QiJungler (substitute)

FunPlus Phoenix

FPX welcomes moyan, deokdam, and Life for LPL Spring 2024
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Former DWG KIA and DRX bot laner Seo “deokdam” Dae-gil have hopped over from the LCK.

He is joined by fellow South Korean support player Kim “Life” Jeong-min who previously competed with Gen.G, KT Rolster, and Hanwha Life Esports. Together, they will make their debut in the LPL.

Ping “Xiaolaohu” Xiao-HuTop laner
Cai “milkyway” Zi-JunJungler
Wang “moyan” XinJungler
Yang “Care” JieMid laner
Seo “deokdam” Dae-gilBot laner
Kim “Life” Jeong-minSupport

Invictus Gaming

RNG Cryin at MSI 2021 playing on stage
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Former eStar, Royal Never Give Up, and Ultra Prime mid laner Yuan “Cryin” Cheng-Wei has joined Invictus Gaming for the LPL Spring 2024 season.

The rest of the players will continue in their respective roles from 2023. Former substitute Liao “Wen” Wen-Wei has been promoted to the main roster.

Chau “YSKM” Shu TakTop laner
Liao “Wen” Wen-WeiTop laner
Guo “Tianzhen” Qi-FanJungler
Yuan “Cryin” Cheng-WeiMid laner
An “Ahn” Shan-YeBot laner
Zhang “Wink” RuiSupport
Luo “xiaoyueji” Shi-HaoBot laner (substitute)

JD Gaming

JDG mid laner Yagao competing at Worlds 2022 group stage with thumbs up pose
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The toothpaste returns.

Zeng “Yagao” Qi kicked off his career with JD Gaming in 2018, then left to play for Bilibili Gaming in 2023. After Zhuo “knight” Ding’s departure, he’s back for the 2024 season, reuniting with Seo “Kanavi” Jin-hyeok.

JDG also re-signed Lou “MISSING” Yun-Feng and Park “Ruler” Jae-hyuk, who will be competing another year in China.

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After a year’s absence, former Edward Gaming top laner Li “Flandre” Xuan-Jun returns to the competitive scene.

For the LPL Spring 2024 season, JD Gaming is led by Won “Mafa” Sang-yeon, former Invictus Gaming and Gen.G coach who’s filling in Yoon “Homme” Sung-young’s shoes as he takes an indefinite break.

Xu “sheer” Wen-JieTop laner
Li “Flandre” Xuan-JunTop laner
Seo “Kanavi” Jin-hyeokJungler
Zeng “Yagao” QiMid laner
Park “Ruler” Jae-hyukBot laner
Lou “MISSING” Yun-FengSupport
Lan “Lzq” Zi-QiMid laner (substitute)

LGD Gaming

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You’ll recognize him from his time on DWG KIA when he substituted for Jang “Nuguri” Ha-gwon.

Departing ⁠Liiv SANDBOX in the LCK, Noh “Burdol” Tae-yoon makes his LPL debut on LGD Gaming as their sole top laner.

Besides the addition of Zou “Kepler” Jia-Le, the rest of the lineup from 2023 remains the same.

Noh “Burdol” Tae-yoonTop laner
Zeng “Meteor” Guo-HaoJungler
Zhang “haichao” Hai-ChaoMid laner
Zou “Kepler” Jia-LeBot laner
Qiu “Shaoye” Guo-BinBot laner
Xie “Jinjiao” Jin-ShanSupport

LNG Esports

Royal Never Give Up AD carry player GALAduring the 2021 LPL Summer Regional Final
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The biggest change to LNG Esports’ roster going into LPL Spring 2024 is the departure of star jungler Lee “Tarzan” Seung-yong, who as of writing, is a free agent.

He is replaced by Wei “Weiwei” Bo-Han who previously played for Weibo Gaming, Bilibili Gaming, and Victory Five.

Tang “Zika” Hua-YuTop laner
Wei “Weiwei” Bo-HanJungler
Lee “Scout” Ye-chanMid laner
Chen “GALA” WeiBot laner
Fu “Hang” Ming-HangSupport
Ling “Mark” XuSupport

Ninjas in Pyjamas

Ninjas in Pyjamas roster for LPL Spring 2024
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Newsflash! Song “Rookie” Eui-jin is still competing this year.

Leaving Top Esports for Ninjas in Pyjamas, he reunites with Ying “Photic” Qi-Shen who teamed up with him on Victory Five in 2022.

Support Wang “Zhuo” Xu-Zhuo, another former Top Esports and Victory Five player, also made the jump to NIP.

Deng “shanji” Zi-JianTop laner
Mao “Aki” AnJungler
Song “Rookie” Eui-jinMid laner
Ying “Photic” Qi-ShenBot laner
Wang “Zhuo” Xu-ZhuoSupport

Oh My God

Weibo Gaming's mid laner Angel with his signature champion Akali
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From Suning to Weibo Gaming, Worlds 2020 runner-up Xiang “Angel” Tao played briefly for Royal Never Give Up and Ninjas in Pyjamas in 2023. He’s now found a more permanent home on Oh My God.

Dai “Cube” YiTop laner
Fang “xiaofang” Zhe-YuJungler
Xiang “Angel” TaoMid laner
Dai “Able” Zhi-ChunBot laner
Guo “ppgod” PengSupport
Lei “Starry” MingSupport (substitute)

Rare Atom

Rare Atom competing at Demacia Cup 2023
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South Korean pro and former KT Rolster mid laner Lee “VicLa” Dae-kwang competed in the LCS with FlyQuest in 2023. He will make his debut in the LPL under the Rare Atom banner for the 2024 season.

Veteran support Liu “ShiauC” Chia-Hao is back in the LPL after a stint with ⁠CTBC Flying Oyster in the PCS.

Xu “Xiaoxu” Xing-ZuTop laner
Yang “naiyou” Zi-JianJungler
Lee “VicLa” Dae-kwangMid laner
Zou “Assum” WeiBot laner
Liu “ShiauC” Chia-HaoSupport
Yang “Zorah” Chong-JiangSupport

Royal Never Give Up

RNG support Ming on Day 5 at the 2018 World Championship Group Stage at the Busan Exhibition and Convention Center in Busan, South Korea, on 14 October 2018
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Worlds 2019 champion and former FunPlus Phoenix bot laner Lin “Lwx” Wei-Xiang has left the organization after five years.

For LPL Spring 2024, he’ll lane with Shi “Ming” Sen-Ming in the bot lane instead, who re-signed with Royal Never Give Up. The rest of the roster has been retained from Summer 2023.

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Chen “Breathe” ChenTop laner
Yan “Wei” Yang-WeiJungler
Lin “Tangyuan” Yu-HongMid laner
Lin “Lwx” Wei-XiangBot laner
Li “LP” FeiBot laner
Shi “Ming” Sen-MingSupport

Team WE

Team WE mid laner FOFO playing ping pong before the start of LPL Spring 2024
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Veteran mid laner Chu “FOFO” Chun-Lan joins Team WE after competing with Edward Gaming last season. Previously he made his mark with Bilibili Gaming and Rare Atom.

Former FlyQuest bot laner Lee “Prince” Chae-hwan returns to the LPL for Spring 2024.

Huang “Wayward” Ren-XingTop laner
Yang “Heng” Cui-HengJungler
Chu “FOFO” Chun-LanMid laner
Lee “Prince” Chae-hwanBot laner
Liao “Iwandy” Ding-YangSupport
Guo “Stay” Yi-YangBot laner (substitute)

TT Gaming

TT Gaming roster for LPL Spring 2024
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South Korean top laner Yoon “HOYA” Yong-ho and mid laner Son “ucal” Woo-hyeon will continue to play for TT Gaming this season.

The newest faces to join the squad are supports Wang “Feather” Tian-Ci-Fu, formerly from Rare Atom, and Zhang “QiuQiu” Ming formerly from FunPlus Phoenix.

Yoon “HOYA” Yong-hoTop laner
Yang “Beichuan” LingJungler
Son “ucal” Woo-hyeonMid laner
Li “1xn” Xiu-NanBot laner
Wang “Feather” Tian-Ci-FuSupport
Zhang “QiuQiu” MingSupport

Top Esports

Top Esports bot laner JackeyLove at All Star 2023 weekend feature shoot
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The prodigal top laner returns.

After two boisterous years on JD Gaming working under the leadership of head coach Yoon “Homme” Sung-young, Bai “369” Jia-Hao is back at Top Esports alongside star bot laner Yu “JackeyLove” Wen-Bo.

How JD Gaming coach Homme brought out the best in 369 when no one else could

LPL Spring 2024 is also going to be the first time we see Worlds 2021 champion and veteran support Tian “Meiko” Ye pair up with JackeyLove in the bot lane, which is pretty exciting.

Bai “369” Jia-HaoTop laner
Gao “Tian” Tian-LiangJungler
Lin “Creme” JianMid laner
Yu “JackeyLove” Wen-BoBot laner
Tian “Meiko” YeSupport
Ying “Niket” Xin-YuanSupport (substitute)

Ultra Prime

League of Legends, MSI 2021, PSG Talon, Doggo
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Practically the whole Ultra Prime has reformed for LPL Spring 2024.

Highlight players include former Invictus Gaming and LNG Esports mid laner Zhang “Yuekai” Yue-Kai and former Bilibili Gaming bot laner Chiu “Doggo” Tzu-Chuan.

Zhang “Decade” Hua-XinTop laner
Zhang “zs” ShuaiTop laner
Yang “H4cker” Zhi-HaoJungler
Zhang “Yuekai” Yue-KaiMid laner
Chiu “Doggo” Tzu-ChuanBot laner
Sun “Jwei” Jun-WeiSupport

Weibo Gaming

Li "Xiaohu" Yuanhao of Weibo Gaming at the League of Legends World Championship 2023 Finals Features Day on November 16, 2023 in Seoul, South Korea
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Weibo Gaming finished second at Worlds 2023 after getting swept by T1 in the final. Star top laner Kang “TheShy” Seung-lok is nowhere to be seen as he takes a break from competitive gaming.

His fellow teammates however, are pressing on. Veterans Li “Xiaohu” Yuan-Hao, Wang “Light” Guang-Yu, and Liu “Crisp” Qing-Song are still strongholds on 2024 roster.

Replacing TheShy is Zhu “Zdz” De-Zhang, previously from Anyone’s Legend.

Zhu “Zdz” De-ZhangTop laner
Peng “Xiaohao” HaoJungler
Chen “Cyku” Jin-KunMid laner
Li “Xiaohu” Yuan-HaoMid laner
Wang “Light” Guang-YuBot laner
Liu “Crisp” Qing-SongSupport
Shi “Erha” Xu-YeSupport (substitute)

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