It's time to cast spells and magic balls as a new skin family is joining League of Legends: Arcanists!
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After Arcanist Zoe, and Blossom Spirit Teemo, Yasuo, Soraka, Teemo, Ezreal, Sett, Kai'Sa, and Diana are apparently about to join the gang...
Lore, artwork, abilities, and making of — all you need to know about the 149th champion to join League of Legends is in this article!
The virtual band official website has recently been updated, announcing a "worldwide release"...
During the Anime Expo Lite, Riot Games teased the arrival of a new League of Legends skin line they're currently working on: Spirit Blossom.
After Sett in mid-January, Riot Games focused on reworking Fiddlesticks and Volibear, but the next champion to join League of Legends has apparently leaked...
Recently benched, the midlaner lost his spot in Golden Guardians following Damonte's recruitment.
Someone the caster was in contact with prior to Week 3 has since tested positive for COVID-19.
The summer doesn't come alone in League of Legends: the Pool Party skin family is back... with some new members added to its ranks.
Introduced in League of Legends a year ago, the Magical Cat is still highly criticized by a lot of players for being to strong. In the last "Ask Riot", the Summoner's Rift explained why they won't remove her from the game...
From July 11 to 12, gather your mate and ready your roster for this special one-weekend Clash tournament!
Another surprising week in LEC is coming to an end and we're starting to identify new leaders! Are Fnatic and G2 already out of date?
But five teams are now neck and neck right on their heels...
To account for new tax laws, currency shifts, inflation, and consistency across regions, Riot Games will update their global pricing on July 15.
What if anyone could become the owner of a professional team? As crazy as it sounds, that's the crazy bet some fans took by initiating a fundraiser in order to acquire a spot in the recently franchised LCK.
The world of video games isn't impervious to the Black Lives Matter movement. While initiatives have multiplied lately, it's the American organization 100 Thieves that will launch its charity event against racism with Valorant, Fortnite and LoL tournaments.
After two years playing for the Thieves, the Support player has been released from the LCS roster "a couple of hours after their loss".
The feat seems impossible to achieve, and yet the EU West player ranked five accounts in Challenger, by playing a different role on each one of them...
As an answer to their quite mediocre start to the Summer Split, 100 Thieves decided to bench William "Meteos" Hartman and William "Stunt" Chen and replace them by Juan "Contractz" Arturo Garcia and Philippe "Poome" Lavoie-Giguere.