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Blizzard is celebrating the one year anniversary of Heroes of the Storm, their free-to-play MOBA title that launched last year to compete with Riot Games' League of Legends and Valve's Dota 2.
It's easy to see a headline like that and burst out into a fit of laughter at how ridiculous it seems to pray to a League of Legends character. However, when you get the full context of what's going on, it makes a little more sense and doesn't seem quite as ridiculous.
Riot Games is best known for their League of Legends MOBA. The game is a massive, massive success. One thing that Riot is looking to do now is branch out and they're doing so by picking up fresh new studios... like Radiant Entertainment. They've added the indie studio to their acquisition portfolio and they're closing down Radiant's fighting game in the process.
Riot Games has a brand new social app that they've just let loose upon the world via iOS and Android. The app allows players to communicate with friends and stay up to date on what's happening with your team's matches and progress.
League of Legends developer Riot Games has decided to take the game’s not-so-popular Dominion mode behind the shed for a merciful sendoff. It seems like the mode simply isn’t drawing a crowd and, rather than let it flounder about, the team is doing away with it altogether later this month.
Riot Games recently had various members sit down and discuss some of the big upcoming changes to the free-to-play MOBA title, with talks about Jhin the Virtuoso being discussed along with the brand new Hextech Crafting mechanic that will allow gamers to unlock new Champions and cosmetic items without paying a dime.
Riot Games is keeping their community satisfied with all sorts of free stuff. Their latest gift to their community following up on the Warsongs soundtrack is a free bundle pack that includes eight free Champions and some XP boosts when users sign up for League of Legends through Amazon or link an existing account to Amazon.
Most people might ask, “Why haven’t schools thought of it sooner?” A high school in Norway is embracing the new age of entertainment and has included a three-year course in their curriculum that centers around playing competitive online games like Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and League of Legends.
Riot Games announced that a free album featuring remixed songs from League of Legends is currently available for download... for free. The album contains music from various DJs who give their interpretation of the music from the highly popular free-to-play MOBA. This marks the second free album featuring music from the game.
It’s been weeks since Riot Games started teasing a new champion to add to the already-massive lineup for League Of Legends, and fans are going crazy with anticipation. A few days ago, they released a strange teaser trailer that raises all sorts of questions.
Riot Games has released a dramatic makeover for long-time League of Legends champion Poppy. The changed character now has a very different appearance and set of abilities.
League Of Legends will once again be celebrating the holiday season with a special Snowdown event. Snowdown will bring new in-game items for players to earn along with a limited-time game mode.
Poppy, one of the League of Legends's oldest and most outdated champions, is finally being reworked. Riot Games has fully revealed their details on the cosmetic and gameplay changes coming soon.
League of Legends' next champion Illaoi is one step closer to release. Today Riot Games sent out the official spotlight video showing all of her abilities in action.
Dallas Mavericks owner and Shark Tank panelist Mark Cuban has decided to weigh in on the debate about whether eSports are "real" sports. During an interview at charity event Intel Extreme Masters, Cuban defended League of Legends and other competitive video games.