After an almost 2 months break, League of Legends’ competitive play is nearing its return. Although most regions have yet to reveal the official schedule for their respective leagues, Chinese League LPL officially unveiled its schedule for the next split.
LPL is the first league to restart amongst all major regions. The first game of the spring split will be played between OMG and TT on January 10. On the same day, heavyweights and MSI 2021 winner RNG will play against 2019 Worlds winner FPX.
The LPL is sticking to its prior format where starting January 10, 2 best of three series will be played each day until March 20. The only break teams will get amidst their busy schedule is from January 27 to February 10.
Similar to prior seasons, JDG, LNG, LGD, OMG, Shangai, and Team WE’s venues will host all the matches throughout the season. Interested fans will be able to catch all the matches live on LPL’s Twitch and YouTube channel.
LPL is stacked this year, and we’re going to see some stiff competition. Defending LPL champions, EDG just won Worlds 2021 and will be looking to continue the momentum; however, teams such as RNG, TES, and Bilibili Gaming will be there to compete with EDG.