League of Legends

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Mobile version of League of Legends: Wild Rift heads to North America in March

By Stephany Nunneley, Saturday, 9 January 2021 14:27 GMT Those who reside in North America will be able to try out the mobile version of League of Legends: Wild Rift in March.According to Riot, an open beta for the mobile version of League of Legends: Wild Rift will be made available in March.While currently playable in other parts of the world, this will be the first time it will be made available in North America.Wild Rift is also coming to consoles, but whether or not it too will be made available in March wasn’t stated. But you can at least expect to…

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Pick up GTA, Fall Guys and League of Legends goodies in Prime Gaming this month

By Alex Calvin, Friday, 8 January 2021 11:55 GMT Amazon is giving away more than 35 games for free in January.Folks subscribed to Prime Gaming can score content for the likes of GTA, Fall Guys as well as both League of Legends and Legends of Runeterra this month.For GTA, Prime Gaming mmebers are receiving access to the Sonar Station from the Kosatka submarine, as well as $1 million of in-game currency every single month. This is apparently to celebrate GTA Online’s recent huge Cayo Perico Heist update.The Fall Guys Winter Warmer costume bundle is still available to Prime Gaming subscribers,…

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It looks like Riot is making a League of Legends MMO

By Alex Calvin, Friday, 18 December 2020 15:16 GMT One of many new titles that the studio has in the works.It would appear that Riot Games is making an MMO title set in the League of Legends universe.That’s according to the studio’s VP of IP and entertainment Greg Street, who said on Twitter that the studio was beginning work on a brand new project, one that “many” League of Legends fans and Riot staff have been asking for. Responding to a fan, Street confirmed that this game was in fact an MMO.This is the latest in a string of new…

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League of Legends turn-based RPG Ruined King is coming to PC and consoles early next year

By Sherif Saed, Saturday, 31 October 2020 13:03 GMT Riot Games has narrowed down the release window of the first League of Legends spin-off.Ruined King: A League of Legends Story was one of several series spin-offs announced last year. Like all of the announced projects, Ruined King is being developed by an external partner and published under the company’s Forge label.The game is coming to PC, PS4, Xbox One and Switch in early 2021. It will also arrive on PS5 and Xbox Series X a little bit later, and all owners will be able to upgrade their copy for free.Airship…

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MediVedi, Caedrel, Machine and more added to Worlds 2020 broadcast talent line-up

A host of British casting talent is joining the League of Legends 2020 World Championship broadcast. First up, LEC casters Aaron ‘Medic’ Chamberlain and Andrew ‘Vedius’ Day (the duo known as MediVedi) will be joining after a solid LEC summer season. pic.twitter.com/F3he8CKHzu — Medic (@MedicCasts) September 18, 2020 I am also casting worlds. As a hobby though, don’t look into it too much, it doesn’t mean anything, stop asking, seriously. — Andy Day (@RiotVedius) September 18, 2020 Alex ‘Machine’ Richardson has also been confirmed for the Worlds 2020 broadcast. Machine is typically known for his work in Counter-Strike, but has…

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Team 7AM’s Benelux Charity Showdown raises over £3,000 with the help of UK esports talent

The Benelux Charity Showdown 2020 raised £3,164 for the Princess Elisabeth Children’s Hospital in Gent, Belgium. It was organised by Belgian League of Legends side Team 7AM and took place on September 9th. The initial donation goal was £1,000, but efforts from a variety of people in the League of Legends scene, including UK talent, saw that amount triple. This event marked a collaboration between UK and Benelux talent and beyond. It was broadcast in English and promoted early on by British LEC caster Medic, giving the charity showdown an initial boost. I’m a simple man, I see a group…