LoL - Games in Asia
This week’s highlights include yet another pro-level pentakill, and another player almost getting a pentakill, only to have it stolen away by one of his teammates. So who won out and who got robbed?
Well, if you didn’t know already, now you know. We’re streaming the LPL live in English and we’ve got some exciting matches for you today.
Despite reporting to the contrary, China’s new League of Legends training center is more akin to a bootcamp than a college.
Welcome to day two of our English-language stream of China’s LOL Pro League!
When Dota 2′s heroes face League of Legends champions, who will win?
Our first-ever live stream of the LPL in English! Royal Club vs. iG followed by LGD vs. WE.
LOL may be the most popular game in Asia, but that doesn’t mean you’re any good at it. Get better with some help from Chinese pros Rena and Allen.
Team World Elite’s Caomei opens up in a post match interview on how to play your best, and why his teammate Weixiao got the chicken pox.
Today, Tencent will host its annual gaming press conference. What should we expect to hear about? A lot of new games and game content!
We’ve translated OMG GoGoing’s recent post-game interview, in which he touches on lots of things including why he likes Trundle and his biggest opponent for All-Star 2014.
Chinese team LMQ continued its dominance of the North American Challenger series today with a win in the finals over Cloud 9 Tempest.
Tao Hongkai is at it again, and this time he has League of Legends squarely in his sights.
The top plays from the LPL last week include a pentakill against the second best team in China right now, and some pretty crazy plays including a blind man stealing the baron.
Check out this video of some of the most incredible plays made by the (nearly) undisputed best League of Legends player in the world right now.
Before we started Games in Asia last fall, I wasn’t really following the MOBA gaming scene. I had heard of Dota and League of Legends, of course, but the genre didn’t interest me too much and, to be honest, I was a bit put off by the reputation the MOBA gaming community has for being, well, jerks.
Tragedy struck a family in Sichuan, China last week after an argument over a 16-year-old’s gaming habits went very wrong.