League of Legends calendar for 2023 is quietly taking shape

League of Legends calendar for 2023 is quietly taking shape

6. January 2023 by Andrew Williams

As 2023 approaches, fans and organizations alike are keeping their eyes peeled for the latest information on the next splits. After a crazy transfer period, it’s high time for teams and fans to look ahead to the new season on Summoner’s Rift.

After 2022 ended with DRX’s victory at the Worlds, this transfer period has firmly shuffled the cards. Whether in the LEC, LCS, LCK or LPL, teams are trying to reshape themselves as the new season approaches. Only information about next season’s splits was still missing.

During the European Championship, the first information about the future splits was released. Fans had been waiting for months for information on the start dates of the various international competitions. According to the latest info from Blix.gg, LEC matches in 2023 would continue on Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays.

That would mean a slight difference from last year. In addition, the season will begin on Jan. 21, 2023. As of now, viewers can look forward to the start of the new season in this new format.

In addition, several news were revealed about international tournaments in 2023. Thus, the Mid-Season Invitational – a tournament won this season by China’s RNG – would continue in London next season. That was announced recently by Belgian insider Brieuc “LEC_Wooloo” Seeger.

The other big announcement was the location of the future Worlds for 2023. And according to the latest rumors, the competition would take place, this time in South Korea. A return to the home of the game’s best players, which would be a huge symbol.

Future announcements about the dates of the new seasons in different regions will keep viewers on the edge of their seats for 2023. In any case, the hype for next season will rise solidly in the coming weeks.