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League of Legends developer Riot Games launched an interesting experiment today. They're giving out rewards to LoL players who team up with friends.
Remember those great old 90's commercials that were overdone, cheesy and completely ridiculous? Well, YouTube outfit Rizen Visual has managed to construct a 1990s style commercial for League of Legends and it's every bit as corny as you would imagine.
The folks over at League of Legends have officially launched a new game mode, this time letting players pick their own opponents in a “Nemesis Draft.” That’s right: You get to decide what Champions your opponents will be bringing to the arena, and they’ll be making the exact same decision for your team.
A dangerous new exploit has been making the rounds in Riot Games' highly popular free-to-play MOBA title, League of Legends. The exploit sees the potential of having accounts accessed and the cash shop points spent on microtransactions without the user's approval.
League of Legends players now have a new mode at their disposal. Nemesis Draft is a 5v5 match on Summoner's Rift with a cruel twist.
Many League of Legends players, particularly on the East Coast of the United States, are experiencing high latency in the PC and Mac game. Today Riot Games laid out their solution for that problem.
League of Legends developer Riot Games is taking an interesting approach to fixing big exploits in their game. They've decided to enlist players to help them identify problems as quickly as possible.
Riot Games wants to reward all the players that don't act like pricks in League of Legends. Today they announced a special reward for the folks with clean records this year.
League of Legends's next champion has been revealed. Kalista, nicknamed "The Spear of Vengeance," is Riot's latest effort to make players more helpful to each other.
Riot Games is revising one of the older characters in League of Legends. Sion the Undead Juggernaut will bring a new set of abilities to the battlefield.
It looks like Riot Games has decided to take action against its most offensive players in the hit MOBA League of Legends. They announced a plan to restrict problematic users from ranked play.
Small batches of developers from various studios are coming forward to pledge their support for the #GamerGate movement. These game-makers feel as if the industry needs a desperate change and have spoken up.
Many college athletes are able to pay for their education through athletic scholarships. One college in Illinois will give League of Legends players the same opportunity starting this fall.