The second week of the 2023 LCS Spring Split is here, with a fresh slate of matches set to kick off later today. The first week of the LCS brought with it many changes, including the debut of the league’s new Thursday/Friday broadcast schedule, an all-new look for Riot Games’ Los Angeles Arena, and nine new-look rosters across the board.
After one week, four teams sit atop the LCS standings tied for first with perfect records of 2-0. This week though, some of those perfect squads will face off against each other, meaning the herd will be thinned and at least one squad will lose their perfect record. Even beyond those stakes, though, the entire LCS table is still developing, and essentially every match between now and the end of the split will likely hold some sort of playoff implication.