The LCK will remain in an online format for the remainder of the 2020 Spring Split, adopting a tighter schedule where there’ll be up to three games a day instead of two over five days a week.
The full schedule is set to be announced soon, along with details around the playoffs and finals.
Challengers Korea will also return in an online format from the 26th March, with the LCK Spring still set to end on 16th April.
The LCK went on hiatus earlier this month (Picture: Lolesports)
Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, the LCK initially reverted to broadcasting without a studio audience in February. This was followed by a complete suspension from 2nd March.
Both the LCS and LEC have also adopted an online format in light of the virus, after they similarly briefly postponed to figure out how they’ll adapt to the situation.
A number of other esports tournaments have been affected by the virus, including FGC events like the Tekken World Tour, the Rocket League World Championships and more.