What is the composition of each LCS roster in 2022?

The LCS has a new champion for the Summer Split – 100 Thieves. But in 2022, the League of Legends scene in North America is going through changes. Big imports are returning home, new players are rising, and teams are rebuilding. The strength of the region will be decided during the offseason. Here are the updated rosters for 2022:

100 Thieves

  • Top lane: Ssumday/Tenacity
  • Jungle: Closer
  • Mid lane: Abbedagge
  • AD Carry: FBI
  • Support: Huhi


  • Top lane: Summit
  • Jungle: Blaber
  • Mid lane: Fudge
  • AD Carry: Berserker
  • Support: Winsome/Isles

Counter Logic Gaming

  • Top lane: Jenkins
  • Jungle: Contractz
  • Mid lane: Palafox
  • AD Carry: Luger
  • Support: Poome


  • Top lane: FakeGod
  • Jungle: River
  • Mid lane: Blue
  • AD Carry: Neo
  • Support: Biofrost

Evil Geniuses

  • Top lane: Impact
  • Jungle: Inspired
  • Mid lane: Jojopyun
  • AD Carry: Danny
  • Support: Vulcan


  • Top lane: Kumo
  • Jungle: Josedeodo
  • Mid lane: Toucouille
  • AD Carry: Johnsun
  • Support: Aphromoo

Golden Guardians

  • Top lane: Licorice
  • Jungle: Pridestalker
  • Mid lane: Ablazeolive
  • AD Carry: Lost
  • Support: Olleh


  • Top lane: Revenge
  • Jungle: Xerxe
  • Mid lane: PowerOfEvil
  • AD Carry: WildTurtle
  • Support: Destiny

Team Liquid

  • Top lane: Bwipo
  • Jungle: Santorin
  • Mid lane: Bjergsen
  • AD Carry: Hans sama
  • Support: CoreJJ


  • Top lane: Huni
  • Jungle: Spica
  • Mid lane: Keaiduo
  • AD Carry: Tactical
  • Support: Shenyi

These rosters will be on display in January 2022 during the LCS Lock-In. The rosters will be updated as they are confirmed.

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