League of Legends According to Lee Jeong-hun, the league’s general secretary, fans could be welcomed back to Seoul, South Korea’s LoL Park, for the upcoming LCK Spring Split.
Since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic at the beginning of 2020, viewers have not been allowed to enter the LCK site.
Since then, in the summer split last year, some fans have been allowed to return to the venue, but only in small numbers. A total of 40 fans were allowed to enter per game due to a government ordinance that only allowed 10 percent of the venue’s full capacity.
It currently remains to be seen how many fans will be able to attend the LCK Spring Split games this year. But Korizon’s Ashley Kang, who first reported the news, noted that the league has a “high probability” of opening its doors to the public for the first time in months.
However, given the Covid-19 rates in South Korea, the venue may again be limited to a smaller number of viewers. The country recorded 4,443 new cases on Wednesday, January 5, loudly JHU dates.
The spring season of the LCK 2022 starts next Wednesday, January 12th. On an opening day of the league, DRX takes on Liiv SANDBOX and later T1 takes on Kwangdong Freecs.