Updated on July 18, 10:16 a.m. (GMT+8): Updated match scores.

The esports calendar for 2023 is more packed than ever before.

After the LPL Summer 2023 playoffs, we’ll be jumping straight into the Asian Games where selected Chinese and South Korean players will be representing their countries and battling each other on new ground.

Prior to that, we’ll find out the four LPL teams representing the region at Worlds 2023 and their respective seeding.

The LPL Summer 2023 playoffs will feature these 10 qualified teams

JD Gaming at MSI 2023 photoshoot doing the "Shhh" pose
Credit: Riot Games

Since the conclusion of MSI 2023, Bilibili Gaming and JD Gaming continue to maintain their dominance.

Even though JD Gaming struggled to adapt to the refreshed meta in week one, dropping their first series to Weibo Gaming in a sweep, they’ve since picked up the pieces.

LNG Esports added former Royal Never Give Up bot laner Chen “GALA” Wei to their roster after Spring, which has boosted their standings.

Top Esports, who finished the LPL Spring 2023 regular season in 7th place, has shown great improvement this Summer. They’ve stuck with the same roster led by Yu “JackeyLove” Wen-Bo and Song “Rookie” Eui-jin.

⁠Bilibili Gaming15 — 1Round 4
JD Gaming14 — 2Round 4
LNG Esports12 — 4Round 3
Top Esports12 — 4Round 3
Oh My God11 — 5Round 2
Weibo Gaming10 — 6Round 2
Edward Gaming8 — 8Round 1
Royal Never Give Up8 — 8Round 1
Team WE7 — 9Round 1
⁠Ninjas in Pyjamas7 — 9Round 1

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