League of Legends: Clash of Fates Summary
League of Legends to a running start in the early stages of 2016. Amid the massive amount of reworks the game is getting for 2016, one might even forget the events that we've become accustomed to Riot Games providing. The annual Lunar Revel is upon us and to make things even sweeter, our old pal Shen got a rework.
League of Legends is the kind of game where the developers need to be creative in the way they design a new champion so that it can fill a sort of niche that other champions don't. To that end, Riot Games may have handily outdone themselves with their newest creation: the League's 'slowest marksmen yet', Jhin.
Riot Games has announced that the developer is now completely owned by Chinese investment company Tencent, known mostly for its MMORPGs. The developer of League of Legends made the announcement on its official site.
It's no secret: eSports are becoming and bigger and bigger deal, but how exactly do you grasp the growth of this competitive outlet as an entertainment medium? A look at one of the grandest current stages of eSports may offer insight. League of Legends 2015 Finals hosted some jaw-dropping viewership numbers.
League of Legends has always sought to combat negativity in the community on several experimental levels, but toxic players continue to remain a constant problem. That's why in 2016, Riot Games will be introducing a new sort of punishment that will lock negative players out of a new rewards system entirely if they can't take the hint.