LCK 2021: Where, When, and How to Watch Week 4

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Three weeks of LCK action are in the books, with plenty of questions to be asked. Hopefully, some will be answered in Week 4.

Among those pressing questions are “is T1 just doomed without Faker in the lineup?” Also, “can anyone really stand up to DWG KIA?” Finally, “which of the 4-2 teams will begin to separate themselves from the pack?” Some questions will be answered in Week 4.


DWG KIA (DK)                             5-1 (10-4)
Gen.G (GEN)                                4-2 (10-5)
Hanwha Life Esports (HLE)    4-2 (9-7)
DRX                                                4-2 (9-8)
Afreeca Freecs (AF)                  3-3 (7-6)
KT Rolster (KT)                           3-3 (7-7)
Nongshim RedForce (NS)       3-3 (7-7)
T1                                                   2-4 (7-9)
Liiv SANDBOX (LSB)                 1-5 (4-10)
Fredit BRION (BRO)                  1-5 (3-10)

Where to Watch



Here’s where to watch Week 4 of the LCK action!

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Broadcast Begins (all days): 03:00 EDT / 00:00 PDT

Day 1 (2/3)

T1 vs. NS

Day 2 (2/4)

HLE vs. AF
BRO vs. KT

Day 3 (2/5)

LSB vs. DK
GEN vs. NS

Day 4 (2/6)

T1 vs. BRO
KT vs. AF

Day 5 (2/7)

DK vs. DRX

Games to Watch

As we near the end the first round-robin of the LCK Spring Split, there are several matches to keep a close eye on. In particular, the final day’s series between DRX and DWG KIA will be a tightly-contested match, as DRX could make serious moves up the standings with an upset win, while DWG KIA would separate themselves from the pack.

DRX also has to face Gen.G this week, which is another matchup that could cause separation atop the pack. Gen.G should be favored to win the Week 4 matchup, but DRX will certainly want to cling onto their top spot in the standings and prove they aren’t there purely because of a light early schedule.

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Finally, T1 face a couple of very winnable teams in Nongshim RedForce and Fredit BRION. T1 has struggled this year, with their players outside of perhaps Gumayusi and Ellim all struggling. In particular, neither Faker nor Clozer have taken control of the mid lane position, splitting the games. It will be interesting to see who gets the majority of the games in Week 4.