Big changes coming to Riot’s League of Legends in the preseason, developer blog post suggests. Longer laning phase, reworked runes, and more comebacks await us.
After a subpar start to the 2018 Season World Championship for Gambit Esports, team’s midlaner Mykhailo “Kira” Harmash took time to share their experiences at the most important event of the year.
And if history taught us anything, they won’t be for very long. Tickets for the first stage of League of Legends World Championship 2018 will be going on sale in just a few hours.
The up-and-coming Estonian top laner Markus “Acidy” Käpp shared what it’s like playing for his first professional team — the German BIG.
Navigating your way through the latest patches in League of Legends can be a daunting task these days. Here’s a who’s who on the Summoner’s Rift right now.
With the dust settled, but memories still fresh in his mind, we sat down with EU Masters’ favorite member of the casting desk.
Millenium Neon: “We mostly wanted to beat GamersOrigin, so that we could prove that we are the best French team”
Right after the final game of the European Masters concluded, we grabbed Matúš “Neon” Jakubčík for a quick chat.
Right before the first match in Leicester, Michael “Veteran” Archer joined us to talk about the European Masters.
After 20 days of relentless competition, the European Masters has finally identified its champions.
IHG Woolite: “People saw our bad performance in groups so obviously they expected us to drop out fast”
Underestimated by many, Woolite’s Illuminar secured themselves a spot in the Grand Final.
Movistar Riders are brimming with confidence ahead of their first playoff game against the Polish powerhouse Illuminar Gaming.
Mere hours before their deciding match against MAD Lions E. C., we sat down with Ninjas’ star midlaner Emil “Larssen” Larsson.
UK’s Wind and Rain might be down, and they might be out, but their journey is far from over, according to their toplaner Andrei “Orome” Popa.
We sat down with exceL’s 19-year-old AD Carry Alexander “Venzer” Kostadinov before their match with Origen in the European Masters.
Although relatively unknown outside of his home region in the Balkan Peninsula, Aljoša “Milica” Kovandžić and his team have been making waves recently in the European Masters.
Best known for his quick fingers and sharp tongue, Europe’s favorite anti-hero is making a return with Origen.
Origen did not wait long to reveal the next member of their team — this time it’s the 21-year-old Dane on loan from Fnatic.
The long-awaited in-game tournament mode Clash is finally ready to enter beta on the North American servers.
The curse has been broken! Team Liquid breeze through 100 Thieves 3-0 to become the first North American LCS champions in 2018.
After a four-split break, Europe welcomes back Fnatic as the reigning overlords of the League Championship Series.
After nearly six months of inactivity, Henrik “Froggen” Hansen returns to competitive League of Legends in newly reincarnated Origen.