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Riot Games Backs Down On Season 4 Contract, League Of Legends Players Can Stream Whatever They Want
Riot Games has decided not to relax their streaming requirements for League of Legends professional players. Players will now be allowed to broadcast footage of whatever games they choose during Season 4 of the League Championship Series.
League Of Legends Players Can't Stream Other Games During Season 4
League of Legends developer Riot Games has stirred up controversy with the contracts they sent to League of Legends Championship Series players for Season 4. The contracts restrict these players from broadcasting certain games on their livestreams.
League Of Legends: Yasuo The Unforgiven Announced
League of Legends's next champion will be Yasuo the Unforgiven. Riot Games' announcement explains all of the abilities of this lone swordsman. He has low damage and is fairly squishy at first. However, as the match proceed, his power quickly ramps up.
League Of Legends Season 3 World Championship Watched By 32 Million
The climax of League of Legends' third season of competitive play was the most watched eSports event ever. LoL developer Riot Games announced today that over 32 million fans tuned in to watch the World Championship.
League Of Legends Team Builder Revamps Matchmaking
Riot Games will be introducing a new type of queue to League of Legends in the near future. The Team Builder feature allows players to queue up for a specific role, champion or positions for online matches and be teamed up with players that have compatible preferences.
League Of Legends Duplicate Champions Mode Coming Soon
League of Legends players recently found a way to play matches with duplicate champions. Riot Games confirmed that this is a new game mode called One for All that they're planning to implement in the future.
League Of Legends Supremacy Card Game Outed By Hacker
League of Legends developer Riot Games was once planning a spin-off card game called League of Legends: Supremacy. The CCG was outed by a hacker who took over Riot president Marc Merrill's Twitter account yesterday.
League Of Legends Limited Edition Skins Coming Back
If you missed out on Limited Edition skins for League of Legends like Zombie Ryze and Goalkeeper Blitzcrank, you're going to get another shot at purchasing them. LoL developer Riot Games plans to re-release many of the Limited Edition Skins in the months ahead.
League Of Legends Get Jinxed Music Video Introduces New Champion
Riot Games has decided to showcase their upcoming League of Legends champion Jinx in an unusual way: with a music video. The video, featuring vocals by Agnete Kj°lsrud from the band Djerv, gives us insight into the twisted mind of Jinx.
Dungeons Defenders 2 Won't Be A League Of Legends Clone
Dungeon Defenders 2 won't be a challenge to the likes of Dota 2 and League Of Legends 2 after all. Developer Trendy Entertainment has decided to cut the MOBA-style, player-versus-player mode originally planned for the sequel.
League Of Legends World Championship 2013: SKT Beats Royal Club
Last night, the Season 3 World Championship for League Of Legends was held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Korean team SK Telecom T1 swept their Chinese opponents Royal Club to become this year's champion.
League Of Legends 2013 World Championship Inspires Anime Trailer
Tomorrow the 2013 League of Legends World Championship Finals will be held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. LoL fans probably don't need any additional reason to get excited for the match but just in case, Riot Games has released a snazzy anime trailer called "Road to the Cup."
League Of Legends: Jinx The Loose Cannon Announced
League of Legends players will soon have another Champion to control in battle. Riot Games is about to release Jinx the Loose Cannon, "a marksman primed to leave your foes marked for demolition."
DOTA 2 Beats League Of Legends As Most Played Game Of August
Raptr caters to more than 18 million gamers and they gauge their player engagement by seeing how many players put in time with specific games. The top 20 list has been unveiled and while Call of Duty: Black Ops II took the number one spot, the more surprising bit of news was DOTA 2 beating the pants off League of Legends.
League Of Legends: Ao Shin The Storm Dragon Revealed
Riot Games confirmed this weekend that they're creating a new champion called Ao Shin. Ao Shin is a dragon who is said to push the technical and creative limitations of League of Legends.