When Does Clash 2023 Start In League of Legends?

Shadman Sabik Zaim
By Shadman Sabik Zaim
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This is the place to know when to expect Clash 2023 to start in League of Legends.

Clash has been a small tournament-like event to invigorate the regular League of Legends players to compete for some rewards. It is a neat system that allows players to semi-compete and have some fun along the way.

Clash 2022 was a big success, with multiple instances of it over the year. Also, the rewards included skin shards, ward skins, etc. We had a special clash tournament a while ago with the ARAM clash at the end of last year. That was a much shorter version of Clash, and it was just to let players have two days of fun and get some rewards in the process.

Thus, there is quite a bit of anticipation building around Clash 2023. However, everything on Riot’s end has been delayed due to a recent social engineering attack. Patch 13.2 had to be canceled, and we instead got Patch 13.1B. Also, many things, like the Ahri ASU, were delayed as well.

As the conversation started swirling about when Clash would return, Riot Riru commented on a Reddit thread. In this comment, Riot Riru talks about how the social engineering attack has delayed class, and the Patch 13.3 notes will most likely include full updates on Clash. However, a tentative date was given. This is what we know so far.

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Clash in 2023

As mentioned, Riot Riru briefly talks about Clash 2023 without too many specifics. In his words, Clash was delayed and is tentatively set to come in the first weekend of March 2023. However, this is not certain, so there is no guarantee that it will start at that time.

Riot Riru also asked for the community to have a bit of patience as the devs try to compile the information properly and put out the official details with specifics in the upcoming patch notes.

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By Shadman Sabik Zaim Deputy Editor
Shadman is a Deputy Editor of League of Legends and other Riot IPs (excluding VALORANT) at GameRiv. He is a computer science and engineering graduate who got into games pretty early. Also, he takes pride in trying multiple types of games and got into League of Legends pretty early. Games, Board Games, Writing, Music, and Sports are his passions and hobbies.