43 Million unique viewers, 49 hours of total game time, 370 million hours watched, and 396 million unique impressions – these are the impressive numbers from the 2016 League of Legends World Championships.
Patch 6.24 may be the last for League of Legends for the year, but that doesn’t mean it’s light on content. It’s got a new champion, changes, and more!
South Korean gamers are breaking the law once again, this time with an illegal scripting tool aimed at helping players. Too bad for them, the $350,000 operation has been busted by the South Korean Police.
You’d think all that keeps a player happy is being able to play and compete all the time. That’s probably true, but the price tag for Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok for continuig with SK Telecom T1 is a pretty large amount.
Last week, in a brand new comic, Riot debuted their latest League of Legends champion, Camille. Now they’ve given her a proper reveal.
Significant changes arrive for champions and junglers as well as the long awaited return of solo and duo queue.
Sticking with their regular champion additions, the latest League of Legends character hits a bit too close to home.
It seems Riot feels some team owners are not “desirable” and their could be some culling in the near future.
The ongoing struggle for Team Owners vs. Riot has reached a more civil stage with 18 total teams signing a letter put forward to Riot Games detailing concerns for the future of the eSport.
Once again the best players from around the world will compete for glory at the League of Legends All-Stars tournament. Who will take it this year?
Riot have dropped Patch 6.22. It marks the start of pre-season, and it brings with it a slew of huge changes for the MOBA in preparation for next year.
More great news for Super League Gaming as they secure a partnership to bring League of Legends to their theatre tour of the United States.