Rosters Set For 2024 LCS Season

The rosters for the next LCS Split have been set. We preview them all.

Though there won’t be any competitive League of Legends for a few months as we’ve hit the offseason, teams, players, and fans alike continue to look forward to next year’s competition as teams will once again compete for the title of LCS Champions and compete on an international stage. All of the North American rosters have been set for the start of next year, pending no major last-minute shake-ups between now and next season. 

100 Thieves

100 Thieves is looking to start their next era of League of Legends with this young roster that they hope will turn into a North American powerhouse in the coming years. River will be the veteran presence for an overall young team, while all eyes will be on “Sniper”, who has been touted as one of the best North American talents since he was 12. While expectations aren’t too high right away, expect this team to make solid growth over the course of next year. 

  • Rayan “Sniper” Shoura
  • Kim “River” Dong-Woo
  • Lim “Quid” Heon-Seung
  • Brandon “Meech” Choi
  • Bill “Elya” Nguyen


Cloud9 has assembled a cast of familiar faces for the team’s lifelong fans. The team has brought back Vulcan, who had a successful stint with the team earlier, while also bringing in Jojopyun, who is the only player on the roster not to have spent any time with the organization prior to 2024. Will this roster contain the magic of Cloud9 teams of old, or will younger talent pass them? 

  • Ibrahim “Fudge” Allami
  • Robert “Blaber” Huang
  • Joseph “Jojopyun” Pyun
  • Kim “Berserker” Min-Cheol
  • Philippe “Vulcan” Laflamme


Dignitas is hoping that the experience that Rich and Dove have from their time playing in the East will carry over and help exYu, Tomo, and Isles, who have all spent the majority of the development scene waiting for an opportunity like this to play on the big stage. 

  • Lee “Rich” Jae-Won
  • Lawrence “exYu” Xu
  • Kim “Dove” Jae-Yeon
  • Frank “Tomo” Lam
  • Jonah “Isles” Rosario


FlyQuest continues to show its commitment to trying to win an LCS title sooner rather than later, investing in a roster with some big names in Bwipo, Inspired, and Jensen. The hope is that the younger botlane duo will be able to hold their own. 

  • Gabriël “Bwipo” Rau
  • Kacper “Inspired” Słoma
  • Nicolaj “Jensen” Jensen
  • Fahad “Massu” Abdulmalek
  • Alan “Busio” Cwalina


Immortals completely blew up their roster in the offseason, bringing in a new roster to build around Tactical, who has been a competitive ADC for them. Immortals fans hope that this roster can help turn the tide of bad results lately.

  • Cho “Castle” Heyon-Seong
  • Jonathan “Armao” Armao
  • Lee “Mask” Sang-Hoon
  • Edward “Tactical” Ra
  • Kim “Olleh” Joo-Sung


NRG is keeping the roster together from last year after making an improbable run at worlds. Ignar left to go back to Korea but North American fan favorite huhi will be stepping in to take his place.

  • Niship “Dhokla” Doshi
  • Juan “Contractz” Arturo Garcia
  • Cristian “Palafox” Palafox
  • Victor “FBI” Huang
  • Choi “huhi” Jae-Hyun

Team Liquid

Team Liquid is bringing back Impact to man the top lane for the team and bringing in UmTi from the LCK to see if the team can’t operate better after falling short in the Swiss Stage at Worlds. Fans will be happy to see CoreJJ, who has been a staple for the squad since 2019, return. 

  • Jeong “Impact” Eon-Young
  • Eom “UmTi” Seong-Hyeon
  • Eain “APA” Stearns
  • Sean “Yeon” Sung
  • Jo “CoreJJ” Yong-In

Shopify Rebellion

Shopify Rebellion’s inaugural roster doesn’t have North American fans too impressed as of right now. The team does have some familiar faces, but for this new brand to really make a splash in the North American market sooner rather than later, they’re going to have to come out hot and win a ton. 

  • Aaron “FakeGod” Lee
  • Lee “Bugi” Seong-Yeop
  • David “Insanity” Challe
  • Ju “Bvoy” Yeong-Hoon
  • Tristan “Zeyzal” Stidam