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Week five of the LPL Summer season continues now with day two and we’ve got more interesting matches coming your way in English. Also, check below for a preview of this week’s top battles.
Being able to play in one International is already an achievement, but did you know that there are players who have never missed playing in the International since it’s first year back in 2011?
Week five of the LPL Summer season starts now and we’ve got more interesting matches coming your way in English. Also, check below for a preview of this week’s top battles.
What do Chinese fans think of Korean players joining their country’s League of Legends teams? The topic has come up once again in Chinese media, but this time it’s being spearheaded by 17173, one of China’s most popular gaming news websites. And now we finally have an answer: Korean players are not welcome.
Right now, God of Destiny is only available in traditional Chinese. But that’s set to change, with the game having just been Greenlit on Steam.
Week 5 of the League of Legends LPL Summer split starts tomorrow. As the season’s first half comes to an end, OMG is back on the throne once again and in very commanding fashion. In second place is a three-way tie between World Elite, Star Horn Royal Club (SHRC), and Edward Gaming (EDG), although we’ll see that completely change after this week’s crucial battles.
They say the International is always full of surprises, and The International 2014 (TI4) is making sure to live up to that.
Want to pull off the great escape and get out of bronze in League of Legends? These Chinese tips will help you climb the ladder.
TI4 carries on today, but it does so without CIS. Why’d they get knocked out, and what’s going to happen next? Watch the video and see for yourself.
Although it had a slim chance of qualifying in the first place, CIS’s loss yesterday clearly hit the team hard. And June thinks they failed their veteran player Black.
A forum post on Duowan has become extremely popular in the past few days and is currently on its 127th page of comments. The topic? A list and ranking of the breasts of all 39 female League of Legends champions. Sigh.
Day one of The International 2014 (TI4) is drawing to a close, but not without results, as the sixteenth and final team has been determined.
Mobile devices have been crying out for a decent MOBA and at last, it has arrived. Ladies and gentlemen, meet Fates Forever.
China’s Dota 2 teams have arrived in Seattle for TI4, but as this video demonstrates, they’ve still got some adjusting to do before the competition kicks off.
After some initial displeasure about Hiro’s Korean nationality, it appears WE’s fans are fully embracing the team’s “cute” new coach.
The game is apparently close to ready for play in Chinese…does that mean that the tech alpha could finally be headed towards a China release?