LCS Power Rankings Spring Split 2024

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Published: Jan 18, 2024

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A turbulent LCS off season saw the departure of Golden Guardians and Evil Geniuses, moving the league from ten to eight teams, while TSM — historically the league’s most famous team — sold its spot to Shopify Rebellion. Off season transfers in the new-look league have created new-look rosters and a shakeup to the LCS power rankings 2024.

LCS Power Rankings Spring 2024

Like any other power rankings, these are entirely subjective at the time of writing with the simple aim of helping out your LCS betting.

8. Dignitas

Team DignitasLCS Power Rankings Spring 2024
Image Credits: Dignitas

A poor 2023 season for Dignitas has led to a roster reshuffle which sees 3/5 of its lineup change. Mid laner Jensen’s departure is a huge loss – 2023 was the first time he failed to qualify for the World Championship in eight years and he’ll likely do so again now he’s changed teams.

His replacement Dove had his best spell playing top lane in 2022 and has been out of action for half a year. He’ll need to improve on Jensen if Dig stand any chance at a solid season.

7. Shopify Rebellion

The league newcomers will debut with a roster of recognised names, though none of those have any recent success.

Interestingly, LCS legend WildTurtle is part of the lineup as a substitute; don’t be surprised if he gets some action later in the season with the team trying to claw its way up the LCS rankings and compete at the League of Legends tournaments.

6. Immortals

Immortals is another team desperate to improve in the LCS power rankings after a disastrous 2023. Though their roster remains lacklustre, they may find themselves lucky that other budget lineups allow Immortals to simply not be the worst. Korean import mid laner Mask could be the spark to trigger a climb up the LCS rankings.

5. 100 Thieves

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Image: Riot Games via Twitter (@LCSOfficial)

Usually among the higher spending teams, and higher placing as a result, 100 Thieves are new victims of the esports winter as they’ll now employ a budget lineup for the first time.

That said, they may still compete with the best LCS teams through some possible bright spots – in particular prodigy top laner Sniper who is finally old enough to compete having first risen to prominence as a 12-year-old challenger player.

4. Team Liquid

Another side usually amongst the best LCS teams is Team Liquid. Their all-Korean experiment failed last season, barely scraping into Worlds despite often sitting top of the LCS power rankings. Their top and jungle changes do look like upgrades, so an improved season in 2024 is definitely on the cards.

3. NRG

Their miracle run at the biggest of all LoL tournaments inspired North American League of Legends and now NRG has managed to keep together the majority of the roster. Losing IgNar could’ve been a huge blow, however he’s replaced by one of the region’s best supports in huhi. Now the lineup has the chance to cement their spot as one of the league’s best or face being labelled a one-split-wonder.

2. FlyQuest

One of the final teams still willing to spend, PapaSmithy-led FlyQuest has assembled a roster of well-known talent and boasts a particularly strong top side of Bwipo, Inspired and Jensen. Though their bot lane isn’t quite at the same level, the seasoned trio should be more than enough to see FlyQuest competing at the top with the best LoL players.

1. Cloud9

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Image Credits: Cloud9 via Twitter (@C9LoL)

Anything but a split victory will be an immense disappointment for Cloud9. They were the clear best team last season, only slipping up in the summer finals to NRG, and have now strengthened the roster further by adding the league’s best mid laner in jojopyun.

Keeping the rest of the roster as is means they’ve got a top two player in every role and are the clear number-one side in the LCS power rankings.

Lee Jones

Since: May 13, 2023

By day, Lee is a self-taught esports writer, having started in 2018, and has since gone on to appear in and host numerous talk shows/podcasts. By night, Lee is a world record holder as the fastest player ever to be fired on Football Manager – feel free to see this as an achievement or an embarrassment.

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