"League of Legends" community will have a lot to look forward to the coming weeks because the Spring Split tournaments have started.
For western teams, there is the NA LCS Spring Split and the EU LCS Spring Split. Schedules and live stream updates of the LCS Spring Split is at the LoL Esports page.
For Asian teams, there is the LCK Spring Split, LPL Spring Split and LMS Spring Split, where LCK has kicked it off a day earlier than the other two Asian regions.
LoL Champions Korea (LCK)
LCK had its day one of the Spring Split on Wednesday at the Yongsan E-Sports Stadium in Seoul, South Korea.
The first match was between Faker's team, SKT Telecom, and CJ Entus. As expected from the Worlds champion for 2015, SKT won the best-of-three match with a score of 2-0.
The second match was between Afreeca Freecs and KT Rolster. KT Rolster is also a team that made it to the 2015 Worlds, and so the team made sure that superiority and worth is proven, winning against AF, also with a 2-0 score.
For those who missed out on the action of the LCK Spring Split, watch the action again through this recorded stream of the LCK week one day one matches.
The second day of the LCK Spring Split is on Thursday, Jan. 14, at 5 p.m. KST (3 a.m. EST). Matches will be Longzhu (LZ) vs. Jin Air Green Wings (Jin Air), and Samsung (SSG) vs. E-mFire (EMF).
Catch the stream below:
LoL Pro League (LPL) - China
The 2016 LPL Spring Split starts on Jan. 14, 5 p.m. CST, or 4 a.m. EST.
Day one will be a battle between Edward Gaming (EDG) vs. Royal Never Give Up (RNG), and Vici Gaming (VG) vs. OMG.
Don't miss out on the action between China's best LoL teams by watching the live stream here.
LoL Master Series (LMS)
The third Asian Spring Split, LMS, is a combination of professional teams from Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau.
Day one for LMS, which will take place on Jan. 14 at 8 p.m. KST, or 6 a.m. EST, will include games between Flash Wolves (FW) vs. AHQ e-Sports Club (AHQ), and Hong Kong Esports (HKE) vs. COUGAR (Cougar Esport).
You can watch the LMS Spring Split 2016 action in this Garena live stream.
The Spring Split will last from eight to 10 weeks, depending on each regions set of rules. Results of the Spring Split will add to the Champion Points that the teams will have to accumulate in order to gain a spot in the 2016 Worlds Championship, which will take place near the end of the year, according to LoL Esports.