The European Masters 2021 Main Event is finally upon us. Here's all you need to know.
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League of Legends Rammus is getting an update to better match Wild Rift Rammus
After one-sided Play-Ins matches sent four teams to the Group Stage, EU Masters is all set for the main event to commence on April 14th.
The recipients are Sion, Vel'Koz, Galio, Twitch, Kayle for these skins.
The twelve regions competing at the Mid-Season Invitational have been drawn into groups of four, with seeding based on their international performances historically.
11.7 is live, bringing some Space Groove, some Freljordian buffs, and Yorick changes
Snip and thread through your enemies with Gwen, the Hallowed Seamstress and her abilities!
Sona's changes will reward her for playing with allies, while poros are just getting cuter.
Two fairly one-sided series saw TSM and 100 Thieves survive in the lower bracket of the LCS Mid-Season Showdown.
The opening weekend of the LEC Spring Split Playoffs turned out to be a lot closer than expected, with fan-favorites struggling to close out wins.
The latest Ask Riot was released recently, this time focusing a lot on how randomised choices are made.
Gwen is set to be the next Champion released, with a teaser revealed. Leaked gameplay footage also meant an official Gameplay Trailer has been released too.
The creme of the crop in Europe's regional competitions will once again cross the international swords in this year's European Masters competition.
Patch 11.7 preview with tentative changes. Yorick was overdue for some of this work for sure.
Jungler Raymond "Griffin" Griffin will have to look for a new team after CLG decided to let him go
The official League of Legends 1v1 tournament returns for another year, with more than 30 countries participating in Red Bull SoloQ 2021.
The race for a ticket to MSI is in full swing in the LCS, with the first two matches of the Mid-Season Invitational going the way of Team Liquid and Cloud9.
Riot are pushing back their overhaul of the Prestige system, meaning they've updated the list of who will be getting a Prestige skin this year!
Riot Games has announced an expansion of officially partnered broadcasts for their LEC Spring Split Playoffs, including streams in six new languages.
Featuring disco balls and flares, these groovy skins are on PBE now!