LEC roster tracker: Every confirmed roster for LEC Spring Split
This live roster tracker will tell you all of the confirmed rosters ahead of the 2023 LEC Spring Split.
The LEC Spring split 2023 is just a few days away. It feels like only yesterday since G2 Esports was lifting the Winter trophy after a dominant 3-0 sweep over the MAD Lions. While the Winter final was not as recent as yesterday, the LEC action returns immediately for the start of the Spring Split.
In this short time, teams have been able to make changes to their roster as they look to make a final push toward qualification for the 2023 Mid-Season Invitational. This is a crucial time for all LEC rosters, with G2's victory in the Winter playoffs, only one extra team can earn qualification for the first international event of the year. On top of that, this is another opportunity for teams to increase their championship points en route to the LEC Season finals.
Here are all of the confirmed roster changes in our LEC roster tracker. Note, this is only confirmed changes made by the organizations and not roster moves reported or leaked.
LEC Spring 2023 roster tracker
LEC Roster news
- February 22: Astralis confirms Dajor has been put on the inactive roster. The player is allowed to seek opportunities from other teams.
- March 2: Team Vitality announces the signing of former Fnatic ADC Upset, Neon has been moved to the inactive roster.
- March 2: Fnatic announces the promotion of Oscarinin and Advienne to the main roster.
- March 8: G2 Esports has announced they would be keeping the same roster for the 2023 Spring Split.
- March 8: XL Esports announces the signing of LIMIT, Targamas moves to the inactive roster.
- March 9: Astralis announces the signing of LIDER.
This article will be updated as more roster changes are announced.
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