How to watch the LCK 2022 Spring Live

Posted on February 7, 2022 - Last Updated on February 8, 2022

Now that the new League of Legends competitive year is starting, here’s everything you need to know on how to watch LCK for 2022! From the schedule to all the official broadcast partners, you will have all the necessary information to fully enjoy the LCK 2022 Spring Split!

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LCK 2022 Spring Split Format

The LCK 2022 is starting on Jan. 12, with its projected end date on Mar. 20. The LCK so far has been all offline, with players playing on stage. The schedule might be subjected to changes depending on how the Covid-19 situation is, but even if that happens, it should still finish before the end of March. The LCK already did play online last year, so it shouldn’t be an issue to make the switch.

Just like the LPL, the LCK Spring schedule lasts for a total of 9 weeks. The main difference with the Chinese region, however, is that every week’s LCK action is concentrated from Wednesday to Sunday, with 2 series per day. As a result, a total of 10 Bo3 matches are played every week.

The LCK Spring Playoffs start almost right away after the regular season, on Mar. 23, and ends on Apr. 02. During these 10 days, Korean teams will play in a single-elimination bracket to determine the LCK Spring Champions and the representative for the 2022 Mid-Season Invitational. All matches will be Bo5 series, so action will be guaranteed!

How to watch LCK 2022 Spring Split Live

Just like every major region, you can watch the LCK 2022 Spring Split either through the LoL Esports page or the LCK’s official Twitch channel. The exclusive thing about the Korean League is that you can watch the broadcast with English commentary or Korean commentary. If you understand Korean, watching in the domestic language can make the experience much more immersive, so make sure to check it out!

As always, remember that watching through the LoL Esports page can secure yourself Hextech chests and keys that you can use directly with your client, as long as you’re logged in with your official Riot account. So it’s more about what your preference is. Personally speaking, I enjoy watching the LCK from the English commentary, as I think the casters are great!

The main difference with the other regions, however, is that the LCK is not broadcasted on Youtube anymore. Starting from 2021, the LCK and Youtube could not reach a broadcasting right agreement. Nonetheless, the Korean League has a Youtube Channel where they post highlights and special content! The LCK also offers the broadcast in other languages, including Italian, French and German. If you wish to have interaction with your compatriots, it’s a great way to do so!

Anyway, the LCK is one of the most followed Leagues on Twitch, with an average of more than 40,000 viewers. This only counts for the English broadcast: the Korean one usually packs even more viewers! So, what are you waiting for? It’s time to enjoy some LCK action!

Also, if you want to follow all the latest news and updates on your favourite teams, you can also follow the LCK official Twitter account! 

LCK 2022 Spring Split Schedule

Below you can find the complete schedule and results for the LCK 2022 Spring Split.

Week 1

January 12 – Wednesday

TEAM RESULTS TEAM
DRX 0 — 2 LSB
T1 2 — 0 KDF

January 13 – Thursday

TEAM RESULTS TEAM
HLE 2 — 1 NS
⁠KT 0 — 2 DK

January 14 – Friday

TEAM RESULTS TEAM
GEN 2 — 0 DRX
BRO 1 — 2 T1

January 15 – Saturday

TEAM RESULTS TEAM
NS 2 – 0 LSB
KDF 0 — 2 KT

January 16 –  Sunday

TEAM RESULTS TEAM
HLE 1 — 2 BRO
DK 1 — 2 GEN

Week 2

January 19 – Wednesday

TEAM RESULTS TEAM
NS 2 — 1 DK
KT 2 — 0 HLE

January 20 – Thursday

TEAM RESULTS TEAM
DRX 0 — 2 T1
BRO 0 — 2 GEN

January 21 – Friday

TEAM RESULTS TEAM
LSB 0 — 2 KDF
KT 1 — 2 NS

January 22 – Saturday

TEAM RESULTS TEAM
DK 2 — 0 BRO
GEN 2 — 1 HLE

January 23 – Sunday

TEAM RESULTS TEAM
LSB 0 — 2 T1
KDF 0 — 2 DRX

Week 3

January 26 – Wednesday

TEAM RESULTS TEAM
GEN 2 — 0 KDF
DRX 2 — 0 BRO

January 27 – Thursday

TEAM RESULTS TEAM
KT 1 — 2 LSB
T1 2 — 1 NS

January 28 – Friday

TEAM RESULTS TEAM
HLE 0 — 2 DK
BRO 2 — 0 KDF

January 29 – Saturday

TEAM RESULTS TEAM
GEN 0 — 2 KT
NS 0 — 2 DRX

January 30 – Sunday

TEAM RESULTS TEAM
DK 1 — 2 T1
HLE 2 — 0 LSB

Week 4

February 9 – Wednesday

TEAM SCHEDULE TEAM
T1 1 a.m. PT | 9 a.m. GMT HLE
DRX 3 a.m. PT | 11 a.m. GMT KT

February 10 – Thursday

TEAM SCHEDULE TEAM
DK  1 a.m. PT | 9 a.m. GMT KDF
LSB 3 a.m. PT | 11 a.m. GMT GEN

February 11 – Friday

TEAM SCHEDULE TEAM
NS 1 a.m. PT | 9 a.m. GMT BRO
DRX 3 a.m. PT | 11 a.m. GMT HLE

February 12 – Saturday)

TEAM SCHEDULE TEAM
T1 1 a.m. PT | 9 a.m. GMT GEN
LSB 3 a.m. PT | 11 a.m. GMT DK

February 13 – Sunday 

TEAM SCHEDULE TEAM
KDF 1 a.m. PT | 9 a.m. GMT NS
BRO 3 a.m. PT | 11 a.m. GMT KT

Week 5

February 16 – Wednesday

TEAM SCHEDULE TEAM
LSB 1 a.m. PT | 9 a.m. GMT BRO
NS 3 a.m. PT | 11 a.m. GMT GEN

February 17 – Thursday

TEAM SCHEDULE TEAM
HLE 1 a.m. PT | 9 a.m. GMT KDF
DK 3 a.m. PT | 11 a.m. GMT DRX

February 18 – Friday

TEAM SCHEDULE TEAM
KT 1 a.m. PT | 9 a.m. GMT T1
GEN 3 a.m. PT | 11 a.m. GMT LSB

February 19 – Saturday

TEAM SCHEDULE TEAM
HLE 1 a.m. PT | 9 a.m. GMT DRX
KDF 3 a.m. PT | 11 a.m. GMT BRO

February 20 – Sunday

TEAM SCHEDULE TEAM
DK 1 a.m. PT | 9 a.m. GMT KT
NS 3 a.m. PT | 11 a.m. GMT T1

Week 6

February 23 – Wednesday

TEAM SCHEDULE TEAM
KT 1 a.m. PT | 9 a.m. GMT KDF
T1 3 a.m. PT | 11 a.m. GMT DK

February 24 – Thursday

TEAM SCHEDULE TEAM
BRO 1 a.m. PT | 9 a.m. GMT DRX
LSB 3 a.m. PT | 11 a.m. GMT HLE

February 25 – Friday

TEAM SCHEDULE TEAM
GEN 1 a.m. PT | 9 a.m. GMT NS
KDF 3 a.m. PT | 11 a.m. GMT DK

February 26 – Saturday

TEAM SCHEDULE TEAM
KT 1 a.m. PT | 9 a.m. GMT BRO
HLE 3 a.m. PT | 11 a.m. GMT T1

February 27 – Sunday

TEAM SCHEDULE TEAM
DRX 1 a.m. PT | 9 a.m. GMT GEN
LSB 3 a.m. PT | 11 a.m. GMT NS

Week 7

March 2 – Wednesday

TEAM SCHEDULE TEAM
BRO 1 a.m. PT | 9 a.m. GMT HLE
DK 3 a.m. PT | 11 a.m. GMT LSB

March 3 – Thursday

TEAM SCHEDULE TEAM
GEN 1 a.m. PT | 9 a.m. GMT T1
NS 3 a.m. PT | 11 a.m. GMT KDF

March 4 – Friday

TEAM SCHEDULE TEAM
KT 1 a.m. PT | 9 a.m. GMT DRX
DK 3 a.m. PT | 11 a.m. GMT HLE

March 5 – Saturday

TEAM SCHEDULE TEAM
KDF 1 a.m. PT | 9 a.m. GMT GEN
BRO 3 a.m. PT | 11 a.m. GMT NS

March 6 – Sunday

TEAM SCHEDULE TEAM
LSB 1 a.m. PT | 9 a.m. GMT DRX
T1 3 a.m. PT | 11 a.m. GMT KT

Week 8

March 9 Wednesday

TEAM SCHEDULE TEAM
DRX 1 a.m. PT | 9 a.m. GMT KDF
GEN 3 a.m. PT | 11 a.m. GMT DK

March 10 – Thursday

TEAM SCHEDULE TEAM
HLE 1 a.m. PT | 9 a.m. GMT KDF
BRO 3 a.m. PT | 11 a.m. GMT LSB

March 11 – Friday

TEAM SCHEDULE TEAM
KDF 1 a.m. PT | 9 a.m. GMT T1
DK 3 a.m. PT | 11 a.m. GMT NS

March 12 – Saturday

TEAM SCHEDULE TEAM
LSB 1 a.m. PT | 9 a.m. GMT KT
HLE 3 a.m. PT | 11 a.m. GMT GEN

March 13 – Sunday

TEAM SCHEDULE TEAM
T1 1 a.m. PT | 9 a.m. GMT BRO
DRX 3 a.m. PT | 11 a.m. GMT KDF

Week 9

March 16 – Wednesday

TEAM SCHEDULE TEAM
NS 1 a.m. PT | 9 a.m. GMT KT
GEN 3 a.m. PT | 11 a.m. GMT BRO

March 17 – Thursday

TEAM SCHEDULE TEAM
DRX 1 a.m. PT | 9 a.m. GMT DK
KDF 3 a.m. PT | 11 a.m. GMT HLE

March 18 – Friday

TEAM SCHEDULE TEAM
T1 1 a.m. PT | 9 a.m. GMT LSB
KT 3 a.m. PT | 11 a.m. GMT GEN

March 19 – Saturday

TEAM SCHEDULE TEAM
NS 1 a.m. PT | 9 a.m. GMT HLE
BRO 3 a.m. PT | 11 a.m. GMT DK

March 20 – Sunday

TEAM SCHEDULE TEAM
KDF 1 a.m. PT | 9 a.m. GMT LSB
T1 3 a.m. PT | 11 a.m. GMT DRX

 

 

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