The Korea e-Sports Association announced that the 4th week of the ‘2023 LCK Challengers League (LCK CL) Spring’, the League of Legends official 2nd team league, will start with a confrontation between 1st and 2nd place Dplus Kia and kt Rolster.
Last week, while Dplus Kia continued their undefeated streak by adding 2 wins, kt Rolster added 2 wins and jumped to 2nd place. As kt Rolster won against top-tier T1 and Hanwha Life Esports, the green light was turned on for the ranking competition.
Most of the teams maintained their rankings with a record of 1 win and 1 loss, but in the case of Brion, they are still desperate for a win. 토토사이트
In the 4th week, many matches between teams with similar rankings are scheduled, so the rankings are expected to change rapidly depending on the match results. The first game starts at 2:00 pm on the 6th with Dplus Kia, currently ranked 1st, and kt Rolster, 2nd, followed by T1, 4th, and Hanwha Life Esports, 3rd.
Nongshim Esports Academy and Guangdong Freecs will play at 7pm. On the 7th, starting at 5pm, Brion and DRX, and Gen.G Global Academy and Live Sandbox Youth will play consecutive matches.
Starting this week, the time of 2 or 3 games of the LCK CL will be shortened for smooth viewing. On Monday, game 1 starts at 2pm, game 2 starts at 4:30pm, and game 3 starts at 7pm.
On Tuesday, game 1 starts at 5pm and game 2 starts at 7:30pm. However, if the previous game is prolonged, the next game will start 30 minutes after the end of the broadcast.
The LCK CL is held as an offline game every Monday and Tuesday at WDG eSports Studio (Jung-gu, Seoul), and tickets can be purchased at Interpark. All-day tickets and general seats can be purchased separately, and all-day tickets can be purchased from 96 hours before the first game of the match day, and regular tickets can be purchased from 72 hours before the match begins.
Online broadcasting can be watched live on Naver eSports, Afreeca TV, Twitch, and YouTube.
Non-broadcast matches of the LCK Challengers League can be watched on VOD on Naver eSports, Afreeca TV, and YouTube, and related contents can be found on the official website, Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.
Meanwhile, the 2023 LCK CL is hosted by the LCK League corporation, managed by the Korea e-Sports Association, produced by WDG, and participated by Woori Bank as a sponsor.