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And the All-Pro LCS Teams of the Spring Split are...

More prestigious than an Oscar, more respected than a Nobel Prize... the European LCS Spring Split Awards have arrived!

Each spring the world is gripped in the unyielding grasp of ‘Awards Season’.  The Academy Awards, the Grammys, the Baftas and the Golden Globes. Many awards ceremonies shine out as a beacon of brilliance in their fields. However, to an LCS pro, one award means more than all the others combined. More prestigious than an Oscar, more respected than a Nobel Prize... the LCS Spring Split Awards have arrived!

Weeks of tireless practice and on stage performance from our players culminated last week with G2 and Unicorns of Love taking the crowns in their respective groups. But does that mean they were the best teams? We asked a variety of players, journalists and some of the Riot casters to sign their ballots for who they thought were the best players in the European LCS.

After the deliberation ended, the votes were counted and the teams of the Spring Split were decided. Here are your winners, and this year's Most Valuable Team of the Spring Split!




Kiss ‘Vizicsacsi’ Tamás - Top, UoL - 95 points

Kim ‘Trick’ Gang-yun - Jungle, G2 - 80 points

Luka ‘Perkz’ Perković - Mid, G2 - 75 points

Jesper ‘Zven’ Svenningsen - ADC, G2 - 102 points

Lee ‘IgNar’ Dong-geun - Support, MSF - 74 points


‘Zven is capable of being impactful on any champion and without support. He understands laning, mid game and team fighting on literally everything he plays and he never ceases to be a threat. It’s these characteristics that made him the clear #1 ADC in Europe.”

Trevor ‘Quickshot’ Henry




Andrei ‘Odoamne’ Pascu - Top, H2K - 55 points

Marcin ‘Jankos’ Jankowski - Jungle, H2K - 78 points

Fabian ‘Febiven’ Diepstraten - Mid, H2K - 61 points

Martin ‘ Rekkles’ Larsson - ADC, FNC - 44 points

Alfonso ‘mithy’ Aguirre Rodríguez - Support, G2 - 71 points


“Coming into this year, there were a lot of question marks around Febiven. Would he return to being the God slayer 2015 Febiven or will he be the underperforming and underwhelming 2016 Febiven? Well, it seems neither. While he's had great moments throughout the split, he's been thought of as the consistent and well rounded mid laner of H2K. I think there is still room for Febi to grow, but with his current trajectory and support that he has from his team, I wouldn't be surprised to see the man regain his title.”


Andrew ‘Vedius’ Day


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Ki ‘Expect’ Dae-han - Top, G2 - 28 points

Lee ‘KaKAO’ Byung-kwon - Jungle, MSF - 41 points

Fabian ‘Exileh’ Schubert - Mid, UoL - 43 points

Steven ‘Hans Sama’ Liv - ADC, MSF- 25 points

Zdravets ‘Hylissang’ Iliev Galabov - Support, UoL - 36 points


“The strongest performing jungler during the early to middle parts of the split was Kakao. He has had insane impact on Lee Sin especially but struggled to adapt to the post-IEM jungle pathing. Misfits rely on Kakao to force engages and skirmishes but we simply did not see the same impact from him towards the end, resulting in him dropping down on the tier list.”

Martin ‘Deficio’ Lynge


Consistency is key, it seems. G2 lock in three spots in the Most Valuable Team of the split, and look well on their way to securing their next split championship trophy. Make sure you keep your eyes peeled next friday, when we’ll be announcing the Coach, and the Rookie of the Spring Split!


If you could vote, who would be on your All-Pro LCS team? Tell us in the comments below.

If you want to see who voted on who, check it out here!


  • 2017 EU LCS Coach and Rookie of the Split will be announced on Friday, April 14. 
  • 2017 EU LCS Spring Split MVP will be announced on April 22-23 during EU LCS Spring Finals weekend in Hamburg.