LoL - Games in Asia
We sat down with LMQ mid and current world record CS holder XiaoWeiXiao to ask about League of Legends, the LCS, and life in America.
Tencent is launching a contest to find another broadcaster for League of Legends-related LPL content, and theoretically anyone can enter.
What would League of Legends be without the insane amount of stupid people you have to put up with while queuing for a match. We’ve all had our fair share of dealing with idiots in-game, and we’re sure you’ll recognize all these guys:
The fourth week of Garena Premier League’s ongoing Spring season will start this coming Wednesday night, March 5, 2014 as the GPL enters the second to the last week of qualifiers for the season.
If you think you can’t get enough of MOBA games, then how does a 48-hour non-stop tournament sound to you?
Vel’Koz is out of the void and into the game. Get out onto the rift and play him!
Learn more about the newest champion in League of Legends thanks to this helpful video from Riot.
As the League of Legends Garena Premier League (GPL) reaches it’s midway point for the spring season, the number of matches has been increased to five per day bringing in more fights for the tournament’s last stretch in February.
League of Legends is the most popular video game in Asia. and maybe the most popular game in the world. That means there are millions of League players out there, and most of them are—let’s be honest—pretty bad.
A rundown of the new Hexakill mode in League of Legends, and what it has going for and against it.
With the latest League of Legends game mode, Hexakill now live, I’ve been able to test the all new 6v6 matches. I must say that while I found the new mode fun, majority of the matches I joined through the solo queue matchmaking system were absolutely terrible. It’s not because the game mode is bad or riddled with bugs, it’s mainly due to the people I had to deal with in Hexakill.
Vel’Koz has emerged from the void, and he’s going to destroy you with a giant laser!
South Korea’s OGN recently hosted a girls-only amateur League of Legends tournament. The results? Bigger-than-expected viewership.
China’s pro League of Legends rosters are set and the 2014 season is set to begin.
One of South Korea’s most famous Starcraft players is back in the game after ostensibly retiring to become a pro LoL player.
Riot has added a bunch of Asian languages to its game client; could the company be planning to compete with its own partners in East and Southeast Asia?