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Download the Music of League of Legends Volume One for free

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There's free video game music all over the place this week. Hot on the heels of BioWare, who recently released Dragon Age: Inquisition's tavern music at no charge, comes a similar offer from League of Legends developer Riot Games.

You can download the entire first volume of new album Music of League of Legends for free via the studio's site.

GeForce GTX 960 a new mid-range from Nvidia, hopes to replace 'aging' cards

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Look out MOBA masses because Nvidia has been paying attention to all that data from the Steam hardware survey, and they've noticed a high proportion of GeForce users are using a GTX 660 or older.

Most of those are playing the likes of DOTA 2 or League of Legends. The new GTX 960 is designed to tempt an upgrade to this fresh mid-range Maxwell GPU priced at under £200.

2015 World League of Legends Championship to be held across Europe

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The 2015 World League of Legends Championship will be held in Europe this October, developer Riot Games has announced. Like last year's tournament, held in Taipei, Singapore, and Korea, the 2015 championship will be staged across multiple countries.

"Our goal is to bring live esports action to a broad base of fans across Europe and to provide an exciting and diverse backdrop for fans watching at home," Riot says.

Riot creating "own direct network" in US for League of Legends

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To further combat the scourge of lag for League of Legends in the United States and Canada, Riot Games is putting together their "own direct network" specifically for the MOBA's traffic.

League of Legends relies on small amounts of data transferring very quickly, while ISPs typically buffer larger volumes and transfer them in bursts. Riot is asking users for feedback.

League of Legends champion Ao Shin is still in the works, but remains “a long way off”

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Ao Shin is a very cool-looking Chinese dragon-style champion that's in the works for League of Legends, but you'll have to wait a while longer to play him.

Riot's champion designer Andrei "Meddler" van Roon responded to fan queries regarding the champion recently, saying that while he's still in the pipeline, issues with design mean that it will be a while before he's ready for action.

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