2018 LCK Spring Split
South Korea
Despite SKT having been the top dog in the LCK for quite some time, Longzhu made waves during the Summer Split with a massive 3-1 win over SKT to take the LCK crown. The former kings have since made some changes to the roster after they came up short at the 2017 World Championship and will be looking to regain their former dominance of the LCK here in the Spring.

Event Dates:
January 8, 2018 through April 23, 2018

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Recaps Of This Event

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Picks his namesake
March 23, 2018
Thal ended Thursday's sweep of MVP with a 3/1/6 total KDA.
ANALYSIS
Thal finished Game 1 with a 1/0/1 KDA as Trundle. He was involved in two of six kills, tying Faker for the second-highest kill total while giving away no kills on the champion he is named for. In Game 2, Thal used Vladimir and earned a 2/1/5 KDA. He was involved in seven of 16 kills, having the lowest kill participation, kills, and assists on the team in Game 2. Thal wasn't heavily involved in the series, but didn't give away anything as SKT took the two game win.
Unkillable as Zac
March 23, 2018
Blank finished SKT's 2-0 win over MVP with a 3/0/16 KDA in two games as Zac.
ANALYSIS
Blank ended Game 1 with a 0/0/5 KDA. He was involved in five of six kills, tying Effort for the second-highest kill participation total and tying for the team-high assist total. In Game 2, Blank earned a 3/0/11 KDA. He was involved in 14 of 16 kills, leading SKT in kill participation and assists, while finishing with the third-highest kill total. Blank led SKT in kill participation and assists, while giving away no deaths in the series.
Deathless across two games
March 23, 2018
Faker ended Thursday's sweep of MVP with a 5/0/9 total KDA.
ANALYSIS
Faker finished Game 1 with a 1/0/1 KDA as Azir. He was involved in two of six kills, tying for the second-highest kill total in Game 1. In Game 2, Faker used Galio and earned a 4/0/8 KDA. He was involved in 12 of 16 kills, finishing with the second-highest assist and kill totals, while also tying Effort for the second-most kill participation. Faker was involved in 14 of 22 kills in the series, giving away no deaths to help SKT keep their playoff dream alive.
The main carry for SKT
March 23, 2018
Bang finished SKT's 2-0 win over MVP with a 9/2/9 combined KDA.
ANALYSIS
Bang ended Game 1 with a 4/0/2 KDA as Varus. He was unkillable, ending the game involved in 100 percent of his team's kills and leading SKT with four kills. In Game 2, Bang used Caitlyn and earned a 5/2/7 KDA. He was involved in 12 of 14 kills, leading SKT again with five kills. Bang finished the series involved in 18 of 22 kills, the second-highest total on the team while leading SKT with nine kills.
Wins Game 1
March 23, 2018
Effort finished SKT's Game 1 win over MVP with a 0/2/5 KDA as Braum.
ANALYSIS
Effort was involved in five of six kills, tying Blank for the second-highest kill participation and tying for the team-high assist total. Effort played well, but did give away both of SKT's deaths in Game 1. Effort was replaced for Game 2 by Wolf.
Closes out the series
March 23, 2018
Wolf ended SKT's Game 2 win over MVP with a 2/1/10 KDA as Karma.
ANALYSIS
Wolf was involved in 12 of 16 kills, tying Faker and Bang for the second-highest kill participation on the team. Wolf finished with the second-highest assist total, as he fell one short of matching Blank's 11 assists. Wolf played well after replacing Effort for Game 2, helping SKT close out the sweep.
Not much to do
March 23, 2018
ADD finished MVP's 2-0 loss to SKT with a 1/5/2 total KDA.
ANALYSIS
ADD ended Game 1 with a 0/1/2 KDA as Cho'Gath. He was involved in both of his team's kills, tying for the team-high assist total with two. In Game 2, ADD used Gangplank and earned a 1/4/0 KDA. He picked up one of his side's four kills, but tied for the team-high death total with four deaths as SKT closed out the series. ADD had the second-highest death total in the series, but did tie for the second-highest kill total with only one kill.
Leads team in assists, deaths
March 23, 2018
Beyond ended Thursday's sweep to SKT with a 0/6/6 combined KDA.
ANALYSIS
Beyond finished Game 1 with a 0/2/2 KDA as Sejuani. He was involved in both of MVP's kills, tying for the team-high assist total in Game 1. In Game 2, Beyond used Skarner and earned a 0/4/4 KDA. He was involved in all four kills, leading MVP in assists, but also tying for the team-high death total. Beyond led MVP in deaths with six, but his six assists gave him 100 percent kill participation in the series.
Team-high kill total during one-sided loss
March 23, 2018
Ian finished MVP's 2-0 loss to SKT with a 3/2/1 total KDA.
ANALYSIS
Ian ended Game 1 with a 2/0/0 KDA as Vel'Koz. He picked up both of MVP's kills in Game 1, while giving away none of his team's six deaths. In Game 2, Ian used Corki and earned a 1/2/1 KDA. He was involved in two of four kills, tying for the team-high kill total as SKT closed out the sweep. Ian was the lone member of MVP to finish with more kills than deaths.
Unable to win on Ezreal
March 23, 2018
Pilot ended Thursday's sweep to SKT with a 1/3/5 KDA in two games as Ezreal.
ANALYSIS
Pilot finished Game 1 with a 0/0/2 KDA. He was involved in both of MVP's kills, tying for the team-high assist total while giving away no deaths. In Game 2, Pilot earned a 1/3/3 KDA. He was involved in all four kills, tying for the second-highest assist total. Pilot was involved in all six kills in the series, but was only able to pick up one kill.