The opening week of League of Legends LCS 2023 Spring Split has ended with anticipated results, although there were a few surprising outcomes.
In the opening week, Cloud9 and TSM were the two teams who dominated and looked quite strong.Meanwhile, 100 Thieves did not get off to the start they might have expected, instead ending up stumbling.Overall, things look interesting in the ongoing LCS, and the upcoming weeks should be even more interesting for fans.The standings after week 1 at the League of Legends LCS 2023 Spring Split are as follows:TSM and Cloud9 are currently the two best-performing teams in the LCS 2023 Spring Split.
It is still too early to make any predictions, but TSM look strong. The roster seems to have sorted most of the issues plaguing it in 2022.Cloud9 is as dominant as it was back in 2022.
Fudge seems to have become even better as a player, while Diplex seems to have hit the bullseye in the midlane. Berserker and Zven also look impressive, which is a good sign for Cloud9.However, it is not just TSM, and Cloud9 as FlyQuest and CLG also had a decent start to the 2023 Spring Split in League of Legends LCS.Read more on sportskeeda.com