LCS Spring 2024: Schedule, results, teams, co-streamers, time change & more

Carver Fisher
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Even though we’re only a few weeks into the LCS 2024 Summer Split, there have already been some scheduling changes that have impacted the broadcast. Here’s everything you need to know from past results, the full schedule, teams participating & more.

A lot changed going into the 2024 LCS year. Two teams, Golden Guardians and Evil Geniuses, have left the league entirely. The format and schedule of the LCS have entirely changed as well.

That said, the off-season chaos has led to some clear winners on paper, with teams like Cloud9 and FlyQuest fielding some incredibly strong rosters and trying to prove that NA is still worthy of being a major region despite all the difficulties the league has faced in the past few years.

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Considering NRG’s strong showing in the tail end of 2023, the region and its players still have a ton of potential. And, though NRG have lost to Cloud9, they’ve been very strong otherwise and have benefitted from keeping most of their roster together.

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Here’s everything you need to know about LCS Spring 2024, including the full schedule, results as they come, which co-streamers you can watch, & the full rosters of all teams participating.

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LCS Spring 2024: Stream and co-streamers

If you’d prefer to watch the official LCS Spring 2024 stream, you can find it here:

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However, co-streaming has become an increasingly popular way to consume esports content, and the LCS Spring 2024 will be no different. There’s a small list of official co-streamers that are allowed to re-broadcast without issue. Here’s a list of all approved co-streamers and their channels:

The list of approved co-streamers is scant this year, though there’s some added variety with streamers from outside of NA bringing LCS content to new audiences and in different languages.

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If you missed the matches, you can catch up on them by watching the VoDs on the LoL Esports YouTube Channel.

LCS Spring 2024 Schedule

As of Week 3, the LCS’ start time has changed and is now taking place an hour later than before.

Week 4

Day Match PT ET GMT
February 10 NRG 1-0 Cloud9 1 PM 4 PM 9 PM
Immortals 0-1 Dignitas 2 PM 5 PM 10 PM
Team Liquid 0-1 100 Thieves 3 PM 6 PM 11 PM
FlyQuest 0-1 Shopify Rebellion 4 PM 7 PM 12 AM
February 11 Cloud9 0-1 100 Thieves 1 PM 4 PM 9 PM
NRG 0-1 Dignitas 2 PM 5 PM 10 PM
Team Liquid 1-0 Shopify Rebellion 3 PM 6 PM 11 PM
Immortals 0-1 FlyQuest 4 PM 7 PM 12 AM

Week 5

Day Match PT ET GMT
March 2 FlyQuest vs Cloud9 1 PM 4 PM 9 PM
Dignitas vs 100 Thieves 2 PM 5 PM 10 PM
Team Liquid vs NRG 3 PM 6 PM 11 PM
Immortals vs Shopify Rebellion 4 PM 7 PM 12 AM
March 3 FlyQuest vs 100 Thieves 1 PM 4 PM 9 PM
NRG vs Immortals 2 PM 5 PM 10 PM
Team Liquid vs Cloud9 3 PM 6 PM 11 PM
Dignitas vs Shopify Rebellion 4 PM 7 PM 12 AM

Week 6 (Super Week)

Day Match PT ET GMT
March 8 NRG vs Shopify Rebellion 1 PM 4 PM 9 PM
Team Liquid vs FlyQuest 2 PM 5 PM 10 PM
Dignitas vs Cloud9 3 PM 6 PM 11 PM
Immortals vs 100 Thieves 4 PM 7 PM 12 AM
March 9 Team Liquid vs Dignitas 1 PM 4 PM 9 PM
100 Thieves vs Shopify Rebellion 2 PM 5 PM 10 PM
Immortals vs Cloud9 3 PM 6 PM 11 PM
NRG vs FlyQuest 4 PM 7 PM 12 AM
March 10 Team Liquid vs Immortals 1 PM 4 PM 9 PM
NRG vs 100 Thieves 2 PM 5 PM 10 PM
FlyQuest vs Dignitas 3 PM 6 PM 11 PM
Cloud9 vs Shopify Rebellion 4 PM 7 PM 12 AM

Week 1

Day Match PT ET GMT
January 20 Team Liquid 0-1 100 Thieves 12 PM 3 PM 8 PM
NRG 0-1 Cloud9 1 PM 4 PM 9 PM
FlyQuest 1-0 Shopify Rebellion 2 PM 5 PM 10 PM
Immortals 0-1 Dignitas 3 PM 6 PM 11 PM
January 21 Team Liquid 1-0 Shopify Rebellion 12 PM 3 PM 8 PM
Cloud9 1-0 100 Thieves 1 PM 4 PM 9 PM
Immortals 0-1 FlyQuest 2 PM 5 PM 10 PM
NRG 1-0 Dignitas 3 PM 6 PM 11 PM

Week 2

Day Match PT ET GMT
January 27 Dignitas 0-1 Cloud9 12 PM 3 PM 8 PM
NRG 1-0 100 Thieves 1 PM 4 PM 9 PM
Team Liquid 0-1 FlyQuest 2 PM 5 PM 10 PM
Immortals 1-0 Shopify Rebellion 3 PM 6 PM 11 PM
January 28 Dignitas 0-1 100 Thieves 12 PM 3 PM 8 PM
Cloud9 0-1 Shopify Rebellion 1 PM 4 PM 9 PM
NRG 1-0 FlyQuest 2 PM 5 PM 10 PM
Team Liquid 1-0 Immortals 3 PM 6 PM 11 PM

Week 3 (Super Week)

Day Match PT ET GMT
February 2 Immortals 1-0 Cloud9 1 PM 4 PM 9 PM
Team Liquid 0-1 NRG 2 PM 5 PM 10 PM
Dignitas 1-0 Shopify Rebellion 3 PM 6 PM 11 PM
FlyQuest 1-0 100 Thieves 4 PM 7 PM 12 AM
February 3 Team Liquid 1-0 Dignitas 1 PM 4 PM 9 PM
FlyQuest 1-0 Cloud9 2 PM 5 PM 10 PM
Immortals 0-1 100 Thieves 3 PM 6 PM 11 PM
NRG 0-1 Shopify Rebellion 4 PM 7 PM 12 AM
February 4 FlyQuest 1-0 Dignitas 1 PM 4 PM 9 PM
Team Liquid 1-0 Cloud9 2 PM 5 PM 10 PM
100 Thieves 1-0 Shopify Rebellion 3 PM 6 PM 11 PM
NRG 0-1 Immortals 4 PM 7 PM 12 AM

LCS Spring 2024: Regular Season Standings

Placement Team Record
1 FlyQuest 7-2
2 100 Thieves 6-3
3 Team Liquid 5-4
4 Dignitas 4-5
5 Cloud9 4-5
6 NRG 4-5
7 Immortals 3-6
8 Shopify Rebellion 3-6

The bottom two teams drop out of Playoffs contention entirely once the regular season comes to an end, meaning that placing in the top 6 is a must. Additionally, the top two teams get a bye, freeing them to advance immediately to the upper bracket and bypass the first round of Playoffs matches.

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LCS Spring 2024: Teams and Rosters

There have been some significant switch-ups with not only the rosters, but the teams that are participating in the LCS for the 2024 Season compared to 2023.

Evil Geniuses and Golden Guardians are out, and Shopify Rebellion have taken TSM’s spot. Here’s a full list of the 8 teams and their starting rosters:

Team Top Jungle Mid Bot Support
100 Thieves Sniper River Quid Meech Eyla
Cloud9 Fudge Blaber Jojopyun Berserker Vulcan
Dignitas Rich exYu Dove Tomo Isles
Shopify Rebellion FakeGod Bugi Insanity Bvoy Zeyzal
FlyQuest Bwipo Inspired Jensen Massu Busio
Team Liquid Impact UmTi APA Yeon CoreJJ
Immortals Castle Armao Mask Tactical Olleh
NRG Dhokla Contractz Palafox FBI huhi

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Carver is an editor for Dexerto based in Chicago. He finished his screenwriting degree in 2021 and has since dedicated his time to covering League of Legends esports and all other things gaming. He leads League esports coverage for Dexerto, but has a passion for the FGC and other esports. Contact Carver at carver.fisher@dexerto.com