Limited Liability Company Riot Games “LJL 2023 Spring Split” full schedule announced. This weekend, Saturday, January 28th, the season will start at 17:00!

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The full schedule of “LJL 2023 Spring Split” has been announced. This weekend, Saturday, January 28th, the season will start at 17:00! From this season, it will be held every Friday, Saturday and Sunday in BO3 format. Eight teams competed for the right to participate in the world tournament “Mid-Season Invitational (MSI)” and prize money of 10 million yen

Riot Games, Inc. (U.S.)’s Japanese subsidiary, Riot Games LLC (Roppongi, Minato-ku, President/CEO Yasushi Fujimoto), is an e-sports domestic professional for the PC online game “League of Legends”. The 2023 spring season “LJL 2023 Spring Split” of the league “LJL” (League of Legends Japan League, hereinafter LJL) [sponsored by Riot Games LLC, operated by Playbrain Co., Ltd.] will be held on Saturday, January 28 at 17:00. We will inform you of the opening date and the schedule of the season schedule.
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LJL 2023 SPRING SPLIT opens at 17:00 on Saturday, January 28th In the “LJL 2023 Spring Split”, a new BO3 (Best of 3) battle format was introduced, and two match-ups (two BO3 matches) were held on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, with four teams participating. increase. The regular season will be held from January 28th (Sat) to March 26th (Sun). The battle match-up and distribution schedule for each schedule are as follows. You can also check the details of the schedule on the official website lolesports.com.
LJL 2023 Spring Split Season Schedule
Regular season: January 28 (Sat) – March 26 (Sun)
DAY 1: January 28 (Sat) 17:00 DFM vs SG 20:00 CGA vs BC
DAY 2: January 29 (Sun) 17:00 AXZ vs V3 20:00 SHG vs FL
DAY 3: February 3 (Fri) 17:00 V3 vs SHG 20:00 CGA vs DFM
DAY 4: Saturday, February 4 17:00 SG vs AXZ 20:00 FL vs BC
DAY 5: February 5 (Sun) 17:00 CGA vs SHG 20:00 DFM vs V3
DAY 6: February 10 (Fri) 17:00 AXZ vs FL 20:00 BC vs SG
DAY 7: February 11 (Sat) 17:00 V3 vs CGA 20:00 SHG vs DFM
DAY 8: February 12 (Sun) 17:00 FL vs SG 20:00 AXZ vs BC
DAY 9: February 17 (Fri) 17:00 CGA vs FL 20:00 SG vs V3
DAY 10: February 18 (Sat) 17:00 SHG vs AXZ 20:00 BC vs DFM
DAY 11: February 19 (Sun) 17:00 SG vs CGA 20:00 V3 vs FL
DAY 12: Thursday, February 23, 17:00 BC vs SHG 20:00 DFM vs AXZ DAY 13: February 24 (Fri) 17:00 V3 vs BC 20:00 SHG vs SG
DAY 14: February 25 (Sat) 17:00 FL vs DFM 20:00 AXZ vs CGA
DAY 15: February 26 (Sun) 17:00 SG vs FL 20:00 CGA vs V3
DAY 16: March 3 (Fri) 17:00 BC vs AXZ 20:00 DFM vs SHG
DAY 17: March 4 (Sat) 17:00 AXZ vs SG 20:00 BC vs FL
DAY 18: March 5 (Sun) 17:00 SHG vs V3 20:00 DFM vs CGA
DAY 19: March 10 (Fri) 17:00 SG vs BC 20:00 V3 vs DFM
DAY 20: March 11 (Sat) 17:00 FL vs AXZ 20:00 SHG vs CGA
DAY 21: March 12 (Sun) 17:00 SG vs DFM 20:00 FL vs SHG
DAY 22: March 17 (Fri) 17:00 BC vs CGA 20:00 V3 vs AXZ
DAY 23: March 18 (Sat) 17:00 FL vs CGA 20:00 AXZ vs SHG
DAY 24: March 19 (Sun) 17:00 DFM vs BC 20:00 V3 vs SG
DAY 25: March 21 (Tue) 17:00 DFM vs FL 20:00 SG vs SHG
DAY 26: March 24 (Fri) 17:00 BC vs V3 20:00 CGA vs AXZ
DAY 27: March 25 (Sat) 17:00 SHG vs BC 20:00 FL vs V3
DAY 28: March 26 (Sun) 17:00 AXZ vs DFM 20:00 CGA vs SG
■ Playoff / Final Schedule: April 1st (Sat) – April 15th (Sat) Playoff April 1 (Sat) 17:00 Round 1 Match 1
Playoff April 2 (Sun) 17:00 Round 1 Match 2
Playoff April 8th (Sat) 17:00 Round 2 Match 1
Playoff April 9 (Sun) 17:00 Round 2 Match 2
Playoff April 15th (Sat) 17:00 Finals
*The start time of the playoff period is the scheduled time (subject to change) LJL 2023 slogan “MAKE HISTORY / MAKE LEGENDS”
The 2023 LJL (League of Legends Japan League) has the slogan “MAKE HISTORY / MAKE LEGENDS”, the birth of a new hero who will lead the next generation, the rapidly growing league that is attracting attention from around the world, and always running at the forefront. We are entering a new season as the highest esports league in Japan. I hope that all the fans will support the players who are active in the LJL with hot cheers throughout the season.
Adoption of BO3 match format and schedule for Friday, Saturday and Sunday Starting this season, the match format will be changed from last year’s BO1 (Best of 1) match format to BO3 (Best of 3) match format to strengthen the team’s tactics and create opportunities for young players to participate. Along with this, the match schedule will be changed to Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, the number of matchups each day will be changed to 2 matches (2 BO3 matches), and the number of participating teams will be changed to 4 teams each.
In order for more people to enjoy watching the game this season, we plan to hold an LJL “Official Watch Party” by popular streamers and recruit “LJL Cheerleaders” during the season. For information on viewer content and campaigns for LJL distribution, please follow LJL official Twitter (@Official_LJL) and Instagram (@lolesports.jp) for the latest information.
[LJL 2023 Spring Split Season Overview]
“LJL 2023 Spring Split” will be a regular season with all 8 teams from January 28th (Sat) to March 26th (Sun). The match format will be “BO3” (Best of 3 [the team that wins the first two games wins]) and “Double Round Robin” (all teams will play a round robin twice).
The playoffs will be held from April 1st (Sat), and the top 6 teams in the regular season will advance and compete in a “BO5” (Best of 5 [team that wins 3 games first]) and a single elimination tournament. , the last team to win the finals will be the champion of Spring Split. The winning team will be granted the right to participate as the LJL representative of the world tournament “Mid-Season Invitational (MSI)” held in London and a prize of 10 million yen.
-Holding period-
Regular season: January 28 (Sat) – March 26 (Sun)
Playoff / Final Schedule: April 1st (Sat) – April 15th (Sat) -Number of days-
Regular season: 28 days in total
*Friday, Saturday, Sunday 17:00 / 20:00 Game start
-Number of games-
Regular Season 56 Matchups (BO3 format)
Playoff / Final 5 Matchup (BO5 format)
-How to watch the game-
Online distribution only (no plans to watch on-site)
-Distribution channel-
Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/riotgamesjp
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@LoLeSportsJP
*Everyone can watch each match for free on the above broadcasting platforms. -Performer-
Live commentary: eyes, Revol, katsudion, wataneko,
Jaeger, Recruit
MC: Taketo, Reina Kiyokawa
-Participating teams-
[AXIZ]
HP: https://axiz.gg/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AXIZ_gg
[Burning Core]
HP: https://burning-core.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/burning_core
[Crest Gaming Act]
HP: https://crestgaming.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/crest_gaming
[Detonation Focus Me]
HP: http://team-detonation.net/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/team_detonation
[FENNEL]
HP: https://fennel-esports.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/FENNEL_official
[Sengoku Gaming]
HP: https://sengokugaming.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/Sengoku_Gaming
[Fukuoka SoftBank HAWKS gaming]
HP: https://gaming.softbankhawks.co.jp/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/esports_hawks
[V3 Esports]
HP: http://v3esports.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/V3EsportsJP
About League of Legends Japan League (LJL)
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“League of Legends Japan League (LJL)” is the official Japanese professional league for the PC online game “League of Legends”. Since its inception in 2016, it has been implemented in two split systems, “Spring Split” and “Summer Split”, and the winning team of each split is LoL’s world tournament “Mid-Season Invitational (MSI)” and “World Championship (WCS)”. , you can participate as a Japanese national team. Professional league matches around the world, including domestic leagues, are broadcast LIVE on video distribution platforms, and anyone can watch them.
Official website: https://jp.lolesports.com/
Official YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/LoLeSportsJP Official Twitter: https://twitter.com/Official_LJL
Official Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lolesports.jp/ LJL official store: https://official-ljl.stores.jp/
About Riot Games
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Riot Games was founded in 2006 to develop, publish and provide player support for the world’s most player-focused games. Riot released its debut title, League of Legends (LoL), in 2009, which received critical acclaim around the world. It has become the most-played PC game in the world and a major driver of the explosive growth of esports. Now that LoL is 10 years old, Riot is continuing to evolve this work while providing players with new gaming experiences such as Teamfight Tactics, Legends of Runeterra, and VALORANT. , League of Legends: Wild Rift, and several other titles. We also continue to explore the world of Runeterra through multimedia projects such as music, comic books, and television. Riot has also launched a publishing subsidiary, Riot Forge. Riot Forge works with third-party developers to create new games set in the world of LoL. Riot Forge’s first game, Ruined King: A League of Legends Story, is a turn-based role-playing game (RPG) developed by Airship Syndicate.
Founded by Brandon Beck and Marc Merrill and led by CEO Nicole Lauren, Riot is headquartered in Los Angeles, California, and has 3,000 employees in more than 20 regional offices around the world. Riot Games Official Website: https://www.riotgames.com/ja
Riot Games Official Twitter: https://twitter.com/riotgamesjapan Playbrain Co., Ltd.
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Playbrain Co., Ltd. is a company specializing in esports planning, branding, creative, production, event management, product development and marketing. Since its establishment in 2016 until now, it consists of members with backgrounds in a wide range of fields such as the game industry, creative industry, and marketing industry. I’m in. Since January 2019, PlayBrain has formed a long-term partnership with Riot Games LLC, operating the League of Legends Japan League (LJL) and distributing international competitions in Japanese. In addition, we are also working on services such as “FUTAROKU”, “RIOT STORE JAPAN”, and “TAIYORO”.
Playbrain Co., Ltd.: http://playbrain.com/
What is League of Legends
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A popular online game that began service in the United States in October 2009, has over 100 million monthly active players as of September 2016, and has large-scale tournaments held all over the world. A multiplayer online battle arena (commonly known as MOBA), a 5-to-5 battle-type PC game, in which characters called “champions” operated by players compete to capture the opponent’s headquarters. Adding RPG elements to the tempo and power of RTS (real-time strategy), it is characterized by speedy development, and due to its high competitiveness, professional leagues are held all over the world as a synonym for eSports. One of the most popular tournaments in the world, the World Championship 2020 finals set an esports record with 21.8 million average online viewers per minute (AMA) Did. Content other than games such as various characters, created worldviews, images and music is also attractive, and enthusiastic community activities such as cosplay and fan art are being carried out in various places.
League of Legends Official Website: http://jp.leagueoflegends.com/ League of Legends Official Twitter: https://twitter.com/loljpofficial Details about this release:
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