The North American League of Legends Championship Series (LCS) is undergoing significant restructuring and major changes with the departure of Evil Geniuses and Golden Guardians.

As a result, with eight franchised teams remaining in the league, LCS Spring 2024 is poised to present a different ecosystem in season 14.

Beyond the reduction in the number of teams, esports organizations have executed huge LCS roster changes, incorporating rookies and academy players into their lineups. This wave of adjustments sets the stage for a new era in the LCS.

Which team will dominate the NA region this time around? Here’s the full roster of every team competing in the LCS Spring 2024.

LCS roster changes in 2024: All players and teams competing in LCS Spring 2024

100 Thieves

Week two of the 2023 LCS Spring Split on February 2, 2023 at Riot Games Arena.
Credit: Colin Young-Wolff/Riot Games

Making huge LCS roster changes in 2024, 100 Thieves bids farewell to standout players Can “Closer” Çelik and Yiliang “Doublelift” Peng. This marks the beginning of a new chapter as the esports organization embraces changes by placing their trust in a lineup dominated by academy and rookie talent.

One notable adjustment involves top laner Rayan “Sniper” Shoura, transitioning from a substitute role to the starting roster for LCS Spring 2024. Sniper’s journey with 100 Thieves began in 2021, progressing through the ranks from the 100 Thieves amateur LoL team to the academy team, the sister team, and ultimately securing a spot in the main lineup.

Joining him on this roster are two promising rookies: former Gen.G academy mid laner Lim “Quid” Hyeon-seung and former CLG academy bot laner Brandon “Meech” Choi.

Seasoned players Kim “River” Dong-woo and Bill “Eyla” Nguyen are onboard to guide and assist these rookies in finding their stride in the LCS Spring 2024.

Rayan “Sniper” ShouraTop laner
Kim “River” Dong-wooJungler
Lim “Quid” Hyeon-seung Mid laner
Brandon “Meech” ChoiBot laner
Bill “Eyla” NguyenSupport


Behind the Scenes with Berserker, Busio, Jojo and friends during the Eyes on LCS: The Future features shoot.
Credit: Tina Jo/Riot Games

Cloud9 is maintaining continuity in its LCS roster for 2024 by extending the contracts of three key players from the previous season: Ibrahim “Fudge” Allami, Robert “Blaber” Huang, and Kim “Berserker” Min-cheol.

The esports organization has made two new signings to bolster its roster. Joseph “jojopyun” Pyun and Philippe “Vulcan” Laflamme, both former Evil Geniuses players, reunite in this revamped player lineup.

With this formidable combination of talent, Cloud9 sets its sights on defending its LCS Spring championship title in the upcoming season.

Ibrahim “Fudge” AllamiTop laner
Robert “Blaber” HuangJungler
Joseph “jojopyun” PyunMid laner
Kim “Berserker” Min-cheolBot laner
Philippe “Vulcan” LaflammeSupport


Analyst Gabriel "Bwipo" Rau speaks during week 4 of the 2023 LCS Spring Split at the Riot Games Arena on February 15, 2023.
Credit: Robert Paul/Riot Games

FlyQuest is set on reaching greatness in 2024 with a diverse player roster that combines seasoned veterans and promising rookies.

On the topside, the team has recruited former EMEA superstars Gabriël “Bwipo” Rau, Kacper “Inspired” Słoma, and Nicolaj “Jensen” Jensen. Notably, Bwipo makes a return to competitive play after a year-long hiatus during which he served as a content creator for Team Liquid.

In the bot lane, the young duo of Fahad “Massu” Abdulmalek and Alan “Busio” Cwalina is poised to showcase their potential and contribute to the team’s success in the upcoming season.

Gabriël “Bwipo” RauTop laner
Kacper “Inspired” SłomaJungler
Nicolaj “Jensen” JensenMid laner
Fahad “Massu” AbdulmalekBot laner
Alan “Busio” CwalinaSupport


Tactical at the 2023 LCS Asset Day shoot
Credit: Colin Young-Wolff/Riot Games

Immortals is revamping its player roster, centering the rebuild around bot laner Edward “Tactical” Ra, who has extended his contract with the organization.

Tactical is joined by the returning support player Kim “Olleh” Joo-sung, marking his comeback to competitive play after a year-long hiatus. The duo is set to make waves in the bot lane

Adding to the mix are former LCK academy players Cho “Castle” Hyeon-seong and Lee “Mask” Sang-hun.

Jonathan “Armao” Armao takes on the role of the team’s new jungler, completing the revamped lineup.

With this player roster, Immortals is determined to redeem itself after disappointing performances in recent years, aiming to climb up the standings and establish a more competitive presence in the LCS.

Cho “Castle” Hyeon-seongTop laner
Jonathan “Armao” ArmaoJungler
Lee “Mask” Sang-hunMid laner
Edward “Tactical” RaBot laner
Kim “Olleh” Joo-sungSupport

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