LCS Unveils All-Pro Teams with a Pleasant Surprise in the Best Team

LCS Unveils All-Pro Teams with a Pleasant Surprise in the Best Team

25. March 2024 by Valentin Pasetti

The League of Legends Championship Series (LCS) has announced its All-Pro roster for the 2024 Spring Split. The league organization has left little room for unexpected changes, as the best starting lineup of the season is dominated by FlyQuest and 100 Thieves.

However, the competition has delivered a pleasant surprise as Ju “Bvoy” Yeong-hoon from Shopify Rebellion has been chosen as the best ADC of the split.

Despite Shopify Rebellion finishing second to last, falling just one win short of playoffs, both the league organization and competitors deemed Bvoy worthy of recognition. Shopify has centered its gameplay around the South Korean player throughout the season.

According to data from Games of Legends, the former Misfits Gaming player accounts for 31.5% of the team’s total damage. Ultimately, both fans and professionals believed that Yeong-hoon has been a standout performer.

Outstanding Performances and Recognitions

The Spring Split’s best team featured two players from FlyQuest, GabriĆ«l “Bwipo” Rau and Alan “Busio” Cwalina, alongside the jungle-mid duo from 100 Thieves: Kim “River” Dong-woo and Lim “Quid” Hyeon-seung.

Although both clubs finished the first phase with identical records of 10 wins and four losses, FLY’s dominance in head-to-head matches gave them the edge. 100T’s mid-laner, Quid, was a standout choice, having earned the most MVP awards during the regular season with a total of six. The All-Pro teams are as follows:

First Team: Bwipo, River, Quid, Bvoy, and Busio
Second Team: Impact (Team Liquid), Inspired (FlyQuest), Jojopyun (Cloud9), Berserker (Cloud9), and Eyla (100 Thieves)
Third Team: Sniper (100 Thieves), Blaber (Cloud9), Jensen (FlyQuest), Massu (FlyQuest), and Vulcan (Cloud9)

Acknowledging Excellence

In addition to revealing the top teams of the season, the North American competition has also awarded 100 Thieves the Best Coaching Staff of the Spring Split.

The thieves’ bench, led by former player Greyson “Goldenglue” Gilmer, has been recognized for their second-place finish. Beyond the individual performance of the Korean jungle-mid duo, the thieves have also elevated two players: Rayan “Sniper” Shoura and Brandon “Meech” Choi.


Currently, the league awaits the outcome of the playoffs. Cloud9 and FlyQuest will face off on March 23 in the upper bracket. However, before that, 100 Thieves and Team Liquid will clash on March 22.

The thieves endured a close 3-2 victory over NRG Esports to contend for the title, while Liquid delivered a resounding 3-0 win against Dignitas to advance to the next round.

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