Updated on February 9, 7:55 p.m. (GMT+8): Ming has rejoined Royal Never Give Up.
Updated on January 16, 8:47 p.m. (GMT+8): Added more information on Top Esports.
The LPL region had a relatively successful year in 2022 when Royal Never Give Up won MSI for the second time in a row. At Worlds, JD Gaming finished in 3rd-4th place after bowing out in the semifinals.
After another turbulent offseason, LPL Spring 2023 resets the board. Neither RNG nor JDG has retained the same roster, so expect new organizations to rise.
The first match will kick off on January 14, 2023. The season will officially end on March 26.
Here’s the full roster of every team competing in LPL Spring 2023.
LPL Spring 2023 rosters of all teams competing
Former Flash Wolves stars Hu “SwordArt” Shuo-Chieh and Lu “Betty” Yu-Hung reunite in the bot lane on Anyone’s Legend.
The Worlds 2020 finalist went to TSM in 2021, and spent a year with Weibo Gaming in 2022 before moving over to join Betty to lead this relatively inexperienced roster.
|Zhu “Zdz” De-Zhang||Top laner|
|Peng “Xiaohao” Hao||Jungler|
|Lin “pinz” Li-Pin||Mid laner|
|Lu “Betty” Yu-Hung||Bot laner|
|Hu “SwordArt” Shuo-Chieh||Support|
|Zhou “Harder” Shi-Hao||Mid laner (substitute)|
Competing with JD Gaming since 2018, mid laner Zeng “Yagao” Qi left the nest to join Bilibili Gaming for LPL Spring 2023. He won two domestic titles with JDG and competed at Worlds twice in 2020 and 2022 during his four-year tenure.
Jungler Peng “Xun” Li-Xun was groomed on Invictus Gaming, succeeding on its academy team before earning a starter spot.
Top laner Chen “Bin” Ze-Bin needs no introduction. Clinching second place at Worlds 2020 with Suning, he went on to