Now that the Mid-Season Invitational (MSI) is over, here is everything you need to know ahead of the LPL 2023 Summer Split.
LPL 2023 Summer Split – Teams and Schedule
Below are the ten teams that will participate in the upcoming Summer Split:
- Anyone’s Legend
- BiliBili Gaming
- EDward Gaming
- FunPlus Phoenix
- Invictus Gaming
- JD Gaming
- LDG Gaming
- LNG Esports
- Ninjas in Pyjamas
- Oh My God
- Rare Atom
- Team WE
- Top Esports
- TT Gaming
- Ultra Prime
- Weibo Gaming
The teams are going to be the same as the previous split, but there has been major roster moves over the mid-season break, which will inevitably shake up the teams’ values going forward.
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The LPL Summer Split will be the first major region to start its competition. Starting from May 29, the 17 teams compete in a single round robin, with all matches in Bo3 format.
The ending date has not been confirmed yet, but given the size of the league, it will likely last until July. The Chinese League has the biggest playoff bracket out of all of the regions worldwide, so they will likely need more time to determine the teams that will go to Worlds 2023.
Not to mention the LPL also have the Regional Finals, just like the LCK, which determines the last two seeds for Worlds. Based on previous editions, the Regional Finals is likely taking place in August (yet to be confirmed).
Where to watch the LPL Summer Split
As usual, you can follow all the 2023 LPL Summer Split action via the official Twitch and YouTube channels. Given the rise of co-streams in 2023, there are likely going to be co-streamers for the upcoming split as well (yet to be announced).
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