League of Legends: Clash of Fates Summary
It never ceases to amaze me how disabled video game fans manage to play their favourite games. Massimiliano Sechi, for example, has no hands; that hasn't stopped him from reaching Diamond level in League of Legends.
Puts my own hopelessness atgame into sharp perspective. Sechi, or 'MacsHG' as he's known in the community, is the subject of the first installment in a new documentary series from that looks at various gamers across all cultures and backgrounds.
New League of Legends hero Bard has a really impressive beard. Yes, there are some other special abilities, statistics and so on, but lets face it – it's the beard that's the important part.
Developer Riot Games has revealed the latest addition to the MOBA's roster over onBard's a so-called “Wandering Caretaker” tasked with protecting the world of Runeterra.
Twitch streamer side-steps eSports exclusivity, Riot Games says it "reeks of harassment and bullying"
There's a ruckus over on Twitch and it’s got eSports exclusivity contracts written all over it. One streamer decided to show eSports player Sanghyuk “Faker” Lee's games through his channel, leading to a DMCA notice.
However the DMCA issued by streaming platform Azubu is in fact powerless, asterms and conditions for League of Legends state users "acknowledge and agree" that they have "no ownership" of content.
League of Legends 5.3 patch now out, Riot need "extra cycle to build confidence" for Deathfire Grasp-removal
has just patched League of Legends to 5.3, but there's still no solution to the Deathfire Grasp item issue. They need an "extra cycle to build confidence." They've also "delayed a few dudes" they had promised.
The studio is gearing up patch 5.4 for the changes, so 5.3 is more 'laying the groundwork' for the next update. Deathfire Grasp was removed because of balance concerns, but they "haven't seen a real impact".
The League of Legends, according to Riot Games “the first professional eSports league in Oceania”, starts today, with eight teams battling it out over a $64,000 prize pool.
Format-wise we're talking weekly battles taking place over a seven-week split, with the bottom three teams relegated from the league at the end of the season.