LCS 2023/24 ROSTERS SHUFFLE TRACKER & ROSTER BREAKDOWNS

With the League of Legends season 13 coming to an end, the LCS has also entered the off-season. Despite a great result on the international stage, with NRG entering the top 8 at Worlds, the region struggled with decreasing viewership as well as some economic factors that have negatively impacted the league.

That being said, the competitive results from the NA region proved there is a lot of potential and it has a chance to keep that growth going into 2024. Let’s take a look at the latest rumors and how teams are shaping up in the LCS.READ MORE

LCS ROSTER SHUFFLES & FREE AGENCY – IMPORTS ARE LEAVING THE LEAGUE
The most notable change in terms of participants is the departure of the historic organization TSM with Shopify Rebellion joining in their stead. They will be the new team to compete in the LCS with some anticipation on whether they can do well like NRG, who won the LCS championship in their debut split.

On the players’ side, there will be a lot of changes, especially in the mid-bottom tiers. It will be exciting to see whether the NA orgs will consider importing players from other regions or if they will go for domestic talents like NRG did this season. The free agency period starts on Nov. 21, which means that no move can be official before that date. With that in mind, let’s look at potential roster moves for the teams this off-season based on the rumors leaked.

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