The League of Legends 2015 World Championship series, which starts tomorrow as a matter of fact, will be played on patch 5.18. This doesn’t mean that Riot Games will sit back however, letting the tournament play out before they resume balancing and such on their MOBA. No, the company don’t know the meaning of “taking a break”, because they’ve just released patch 5.19 for everybody else not taking part in the annual eSports spectacle.
The 2015 World Championship series is right around the corner. In just two weeks, the best teams from around the world will get together to kick off the annual League of Legends eSports spectacle, all with the hope of walking away with the grand prize of a cool $1,000,000. The stage needs to be perfect, and Riot have been tinkering hard with their MOBA over the past few weeks to make sure that is the case. Their final balancing act is now complete, as their final update before the tournament, patch 5.18, has just landed.
Riot Games have spent the past few days teasing a brand new champion for their MOBA, League of Legends. Who the heck are the Lamb and the Wolf, and how do they tie into this mysterious third character, Death? The actual lore remain a mystery, but at least we now know what the new champion looks like.
October is just around the corner, meaning that the League of Legends 2015 World Championship is too. Are you excited to see the best of the best go up against each other for money and glory? Good! Riot have detailed everything you need to know about the upcoming spectacle…
Been too busy to play League of Legends over the past year? Getting back into the game is tough, what with all the changes that have taken place. Thanks to this five minute video though, you can get hop back into Summoner's Rift in no time!
Online harrassment is a problem that many gamers face. Riot, creators of League of Legends, have now shared their experience, explaining how they've gone about pushing their online abuse down to a measly 2%.
Riot have taken fines collected from the League Championship Series and donated it all to The Trevor Project - an organization which provides free, confidential and secure crisis intervention and suicide prevention for LGBTQ youth.