Konstantinos-Napoleon “FORG1VEN” Tzortziou, one of the most celebrated players to have played in the European League of Legends elite, is returning to the game after nine months of military service and one year without competition.
In February 2019, the CIS-based organization Vaevictis eSports took an unexpected step — the club decided to sign the League of Legends women’s team for the LCL. For several weeks, the girls became one of the main topics for discussion in the esports community.
Only four teams remain in the running for the first LEC champion title. Between G2 facing Origen, and Fnatic battling Splyce, who will make it out this week? We take a closer look.
After nine weeks of regular season games, it’s finally playoff time in Europe! The final fight for the title of the best in the region starts this weekend, with a showdown between legends.
On the night of December 6th, Los Angeles hosted the fifth annual award ceremony of The Game Awards 2018. Among dozens of nominations, a separate category was dedicated to esports.
2019 will be quite different for competitive League of Legends — the pre-season patch has brought some changes to known mechanics, EU LCS has adopted the franchise system but it’s the transfer window that’s stealing the scene last week.