2023 LCS Spring Split day four recap

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The 2023 LCS stage during the 2023 LCS Spring Split day four

The 2023 LCS Spring Split day four is here. On day three, Team Liquid Honda got back into form, Cloud9 and FlyQuest continued their dominance over the rest of the league, but both Counter Logic Gaming and TSM fell to opponents much stronger than them. On day four, it’s time to see if those trends continue or if we are in for more changes.

On day four, there was a battle of undefeated teams in FlyQuest versus Cloud9, Doublelift, and Bjergsen going up against their old team in 100 Thieves versus TSM, and the possibility of a team with no wins getting their first win of the split in Counter Logic Gaming against Immortals Progressive.

Will these stories come to pass, or will the script be turned on its head with upsets and unforeseen defeats? There’s only one way to find out what happened during the 2023 LCS spring split day four, and that’s to read on.

2023 LCS Spring Split day four results:

  • FlyQuest > Cloud9
  • Dignitas < Evil Geniuses
  • 100 Thieves > TSM
  • Golden Guardians < Team Liquid Honda
  • Immortals Progressive > Counter Logic Gaming

Immortals Progressive is on the board

Immortals Progressive mid laner Ablazeolive on-stage during the 2023 LCS Spring Split day four
(Credit: Colin Young-Wolff/Riot Games)

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Despite having a disappointing showing in the first week of the 2023 LCS Spring Split, during the 2023 LCS Spring Split day four, Immortals Progressive finally have their first win of the split, leaving only Dignitas and Golden Guardians the only winless teams in the league. Getting their first win of the split is a huge boost to their confidence after a poor showing this split up till now, and the poor performance last year as well.

That being said, there were still problems gameplay-wise during their win. There were problems in the lane for Immortals, with unneeded deaths due to ganks that could have been prevented. The most glaring, however, were mechanical problems that should have been known by players at the top of North America. The one that has been most memed by the community was made by the Immortals Progressive jungler Kenvi, where he used the ultimate from Kindred during a baron fight and still smited the baron despite it being immune to the damage from the spell.

Immortals Progressive still have a long way to go before they are considered at the top of North America, both gameplay-wise and standings-wise, but this is a step in the right direction. Only time will tell if they are actually able to convert this win and what they learned from this game into tangible results, or if the same play from last year and last week will come to pass again. For the player’s sake and for the sake of the fans, I hope that they are able to grow from this win and show what they are made of.

2023 LCS Spring Split day four standings:

  1. FlyQuest (4-0)
  2. Evil Geniuses (3-1) *tied with Cloud9 and 100 Thieves
  3. Cloud9 (3-1) *tied with Evil Geniuses and 100 Thieves
  4. 100 Thieves (3-1) *tied with Evil Geniuses and Cloud9
  5. TSM (2-2) *tied with Counter Logic Gaming and Team Liquid Honda
  6. Counter Logic Gaming (2-2) *tied with TSM and Team Liquid Honda
  7. Team Liquid Honda (2-2) *tied with TSM and Counter Logic Gaming
  8. Immortals Progressive (1-3)
  9. Dignitas (0-4) *tied with Golden Guardians
  10. Golden Guardians (0-4) *tied with Dignitas

READ MORE: The 2023 LCS spring split day three recap

Now that the 2023 LCS Spring Split day four is in the books, it’s time to get ready for next week and see which games have the most riding on them, or which will be the most exciting to watch. The two that jump off the page right away are 100 Thieves against Team Liquid Honda on Thursday, and 100 Thieves versus FlyQuest on Friday.

Will FlyQuest stay undefeated next week, or will they face their first loss of the split? Can Immortals Progressive build on the momentum of their first win of the split? Tune in on lolesports.com next week on Thursday, February ninth to find out!