All LCK Rosters Unveiled Ahead of the 2022 Spring Season

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A little Discussion

Fans who have been following the pro stage for years may assert that the LCK is better than the other leagues, especially in terms of international achievement. But there is also the fact that the China region dominated the high stage in recent years by taking down the LEC and LCK representatives, and won three World Championship tournaments in the last four years.

On the flip side, some people think that the matches between LCK teams are boring to watch continually. Because their game style is overly safe or predictable to be thrilling, the LPL may promise us more. The general audience goes for hectic matches that keep them in front of the screen. That’s why playoffs reach more viewer numbers in domestic leagues.

The 2022 LCK Spring Split would be Fabulous

The League Championship Korea is set to begin on 12 January with the match between DRX and Liiv SANDBOX. While the LCK’s new split is incoming day by day, all teams completed their starting roster for the 2022 Spring. Contrary to many substitutions that came out in this transfer window, teams such as T1 handed its current roster that competed in 2021. They seem to have solved their roster instability problems for the next season.

After a heartbreaking elimination for GEN in the 2021 World Championship semifinals, the Korean organization parted ways with its four experienced players ahead of the 2022 Spring Split. Rascal, Bdd, Clid, and Life will no longer be playing for GEN, which means the team wants to build a newly designed roster around Chovy and Ruler.

Teddy’s T1 career ended after losing his seat to Gumayusi. Veteran bot laner joined Kwandong Freecs (formerly known as Afreeca Freecs) for the upcoming season. DWG KIA, who dominated the league for the last two years, announced the retirement of Khan. Ghost and Beryl, the World Champion duo, will try their chance in different organizations. DWG filled the vacancy with deokdam and Kellin, who drew attention with their exceptional performance with Nongshim RedForce in the past year.

You can find the full schedule of the 2022 LCK Spring Split here.

Here are the full list of LCK rosters

Damwon KIA

  • Top lane: Burdol & Hoya
  • Jungle: Canyon
  • Mid: ShowMaker
  • Bot lane: deokdam
  • Support: Kellin


  • Top lane: Zeus
  • Jungle: Oner
  • Mid: Faker
  • Bot lane: Gumayusi
  • Support: Keria & Asper


  • Top lane: Doran
  • Jungle: Peanut
  • Mid: Chovy
  • Bot lane: Ruler
  • Support: Life


  • Top lane: Kingen
  • Jungle: Pyosik
  • Mid lane: Zeka
  • Bot lane: Deft
  • Support: Beryl

Fredit BRION

  • Top lane: Sword & Morgan
  • Jungle: UmTi
  • Mid lane: Lava
  • Bot lane: Hena
  • Support: Delight

Hanwha Life Esports

  • Top lane: DuDu
  • Jungle: Willer
  • Mid laner: Karis
  • Bot lane: SamD
  • Support: Vsta

KT Rolster

  • Top lane: Rascal
  • Jungle: Cuzz & GIDEON
  • Mid lane: Aria
  • Bot lane: Aiming
  • Support: Life

Kwangdong Freecs

  • Top lane: Kiin
  • Jungle: Ellim
  • Mid lane: FATE
  • Bot lane: Leo & Teddy
  • Support: Hoit

Nongshim RedForce

  • Top lane: Canna
  • Jungle: Dread
  • Mid lane: Bdd
  • Bot lane: Ghost
  • Support: Effort


  • Top lane: Dove
  • Jungle: Croco
  • Mid lane: Clozer
  • Bot lane: Envyy & Ice
  • Support: Kael
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