League of Legends season began a few weeks ago and marks another year of the LCS.
The LCS spring division began last weekend and involved each team playing two games.
Unlike previous seasons in which games were played on weekends, the new LCS calendar has teams that play on Thursdays and Fridays.
There are numerous lists that have a lot of firepower and could win the entire split.
Therefore, it is important to know the calendar, classification and how to see all games.
The beginning of a new age.
The return of greatness.
The way to a championship.
Start now.#LCS 2023.
-LCS (@lcsoficial) January 26, 2023,
There are five games both on Thursday, February 2 and Friday, February 3.
Thursday’s games will be:
Friday’s matches will be:
LCS fans can see all games on the official LCS Twitch channel, as it will be broadcast live for the five games in both days.
If fans prefer to see it on YouTube, there is also a live broadcast on game day from the official LCS channel on YouTube.
Fans can also go to the official Lol esports website and see a live broadcast there too.
There are enough surprises in the classification after the first week of the LCS, including CLG and TSM, both undefeated for the second week.
At the other end of the spectrum, Team Liquid and Digital without winning in the first week they surprised numerous fans and analysts.
Here is the complete classification for the second week of the LCS: