LCS reveals 2024 Spring Split co-streaming lineup including Doublelift, LS and Spica

Declan Mclaughlin
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The LCS has announced its co-streaming lineup for the 2024 Spring Split so fans can tune into the action with their favorite content creator.

Co-streaming has been a big part of Riot Games’ recent esports strategy as creators bring more fans and eyeballs to Valorant and League of Legends. These streams sometimes even dwarf the viewership of the main esports broadcast.

In 2023, the LCS announced an expanded co-streaming lineup that featured double-digit streamers and creatives. That lineup has been more or less shelved for 2024 as the league announced it has scaled back its lineup to only include a few streamers.

The league also announced that it is opening up three global slots for co-streamers who want to bring the LCS to a non-English speaking audience.

The LCS co-steaming lineup has former and current pros

The league said it is reducing its co-streaming program’s size because it spread them “too thin.”

“For the Spring Split, we’re reducing the number of partners to ensure each one receives our full support and, in addition, allows them to create more content that can fully reflect their creativity,” the statement said.

Doublelift will again co-stream the LCS.

The official LCS co-streamers for the 2024 Spring Split are the following creators:

  • Doublelift
  • IWDominate
  • LS
  • Meteos
  • Sneaky
  • Spica

Spica is the only new creator joining the lineup, as the former LCS MVP was left teamless following the end of the 2023 season and the league’s reduction in teams.

The first global co-streaming slots are going to Baiano, who speaks Portuguese, Toad Amarillo, who speaks Spanish, and Zerotick, who speaks French.

The league also said it will “explore additional content opportunities” with co-streamers like interviews with players and other “on-site experiences.”

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