It has been a long offseason of major change in the LCS and fans are just waiting to see what comes next. After much uncertainty, the LCS has dropped to eight teams and it will be interesting to see how this affects the standings with six teams making the playoffs in the Spring Split. With that, here are the LCS 2024 Spring Split Power Rankings for Week 4.
LCS 2024 Power Rankings
Below are the LCS 2024 Power Rankings for Week 4. This will be updated weekly so make sure to check back at The Game Haus to see where your team has moved or held for each week of LCS action.
8. Dignitas (Last Week: 5)
Clearly, eight teams are working in the sense that even Dignitas right now seem like they can win against most LCS teams when they are playing well. The problem is that they aren’t. It seems like they are putting their eggs in the wrong baskets and need to redirect those to Rich. He has felt invisible and if this team wants to win then they need him to be much more involved.
7. Shopify Rebellion (Last Week: 8)
This is another team that feels like they can beat anyone when they are playing their best. It may seem crazy to say that considering their record but their wins are against C9 and NRG. While neither team is currently the best in the LCS, they are still formidable and ones that everyone thinks highly of. They need to start getting Insanity on more carry champions if they want to win but even with his tank picks, they still feel like they are almost at a point where they could make a late-Split run.
6. Immortals (Last Week: 7)
If you said that this team would be even with C9 after three weeks then you are either from the future or just a liar. With wins over both C9 and NRG during super week they seemed to have remembered to go all-in on Tactical. He has rewarded them with the most kills in the LCS and they are now a team that is just a game out of second place. Teams will start to target this even more and it will be up to Immortals to adapt. They may be a bit low for now, but winning cures all and moves you up Power Rankings very quickly.
5. Team Liquid (Last Week: 6)
Team Liquid needed a big win and they got it against a sliding Cloud9 team. They are still not playing as well as they should be. But they are sitting in a solid position at 4-3 which is surprisingly good enough to be tied for second in the LCS. They still need to get Impact more involved and figure out their way through the mid game, but they are a stronger team than people give them credit for.
4. 100 Thieves (Last Week: 4)
Has there been a more fun team to watch than 100 Thieves this season? They are leading the LCS in kills and are surpassing all expectations be being 4-3 at this point in the season. The top side of Sniper, River and Quid have all been much better than many thought they would be. Add in that Meech and Eyla are more than pulling their weight and this is a squad that can certainly battle with just about anyone. Now it is time for them to start working on pulling away from the middle of the pack to be taken more seriously.
3. Cloud9 (Last Week: 1)
What is going on? No for real, why is this team just absolutely collapsing? They always have leads but just seem like they cannot come together. Whether it is off the Rift issues, on it or both, something needs to change and it needs to be now. There is no way this team should be 3-4 at this point in the season.
2. NRG (Last Week: 2)
It is crazy that this team is 4-3. They have looked so strong and then went and lost to SR and IMT. To be fair, both teams played well but like C9, this team is too good to be losing those games and not be a bit concerned. For right now, the NRG problems seem fixable and there is no reason to panic. The same can be said even if they end up losing to C9 in Week 4. But the losing streak has to end there or else it will be a long break for NRG.
1. FlyQuest (Last Week: 3)
FlyQuest have entered into the LCS championship chat. With a 3-0 weekend and wins over 100T and C9, all things are good in FlyQuest land. The best part is that Massu and Busio have really shown out and seemingly caught up with the topside trio. The biggest concern becomes whether or not this is their peak. If it is, it is still quite strong but if FlyQuest fans want to finally win their first LCS championship, they need to hope that this is only the beginning of a Super Team.
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