Most League of Legends Players will be aware of the currently ongoing World Championships where the top teams from around the globe are competing for the title of world champions.
Team Liquid's new roster finished off its first week of play with a surprisingly hard-fought victory over OpTic Gaming
Team SoloMid reacts backstage to its elimination from the 2017 League of Legends World Championship. Provided by Riot Games
The eight competitors in the League of Legends World Championship quarterfinals are set. Provided by Riot Games
Cloud9, left, and SK Telecom T1 compete during pool play of the League of Legends World Championship on Sunday in Wuhan, China. SKT,
Vitality kept its composure in a comeback victory over Giants Gaming to open Saturday's action in the European League of Legends Championship Series.
Immortals lost its first match of Week 2 of the League of Legends World Championship on Thursday to Vietnamese squad GIGABYTE Marines. Provided by Riot Games
Royal Never Give Up fans cheer on their team during the League of Legends World Championship on Friday in Wuhan, China. Provided by Riot Games
Now that the League of Legends World Championship play-in stage is complete, it's time to look toward the main event group stage. Which teams have the advantage to make it out of groups? Riot Games
Kim "Khan" Dong-ha, who named himself after Genghis Khan, is the polar opposite of the ruthless Mongolian leader in real life. But in League of Legends, the Longhzu top laner is a terror and could win his first Worlds title.
No other team is better at identifying its own weaknesses and adapting, which makes it hard to knock SKT out of the No. 1 spot here despite a 1-3 loss in the LCK Finals.
Last weekend in Boston, Team SoloMid proved it's the best team in North America. Now it's time to prove it on the world stage. Riot Games
G2 Esports prepare to lift the trophy at the European League Championship Series summer finals. Provided by Riot Games
Team SoloMid is on to yet another North American League of Legends Championship Series grand final following its 3-1 victory against Team Dignitas on Sunday in Los Angeles. Provided by Riot Games
Longzhu Gaming once again did the unthinkable, destroying SKT T1 in a 3-1 series win to claim first place in the League of Legends Champions Korea Summer Split on Saturday in Seoul, South Korea.
When it comes to the highest levels of competitive League of Legends, H2k-Gaming's players are among the most expressive when they're up on stage.
The glory of being a pro-gamer, a job that millions of kids dreamed of when they were growing up. I mean, what's cooler than playing a video game professionally?
10-man rosters in professional League of Legends can be tricky. On the surface, the premise seems ingenious.
It seems like just yesterday the sun had set on the 2016 Mid-Season Invitational. Yet, the summer season has already started to dawn. With every new season comes a new set of expectations.
If the European League Championship Series were a kingdom, it would be split into four. After one of the region's most successful years in 2015, with both Fnatic and Origen making the Riot World Championship semi-finals
There are as many reasons to watch a traditional sport as there are personalities within it. The same is true for e-sports, especially League of Legends
On a cool October day in 2013, a group of wiry South Korean boys stand on the Los Angeles Staples Center stage.
After tryouts in South Korea for the support position, TSM has submitted Vincent "Biofrost" Wang to Riot Games for approval to fill the role, sources close to Riot and the team tell.
Defeating the reigning king was never going to be easy, and Counter Logic Gaming, in its current form, was not the chosen one to halt the SK Telecom T1 dynasty.
One of the best League of Legends teams in North America took a huge hit in their rooster due to the fact that of their star players was suspended for ELO boosting.
Over the course of two days back in 2013, two of the greatest League of Legends players of all-time would begin their careers in South Korea.
For awhile now, Riot Games has been treating League of Legends players with an occasional mod that’s available for a short time.
The Void is preparing to spill forth its latest monstrosity: Vel’Koz. A terrifying being created for the sole purpose of learning, Vel’Koz absorbs knowledge and accrues understanding through a multitude of tests and scans.
Several confirmations of Vel'Koz's existence were spread out today. The best compilation of video teasers was posted on reddit by user koenmvo.
The cause is that your provider is blocking any URLs that contain any pornographic content. Apparently that includes cases like this. An other cause are Router protection settings, which may also block the word sex.
Season 4 of the League Championship Series will begin tomorrow. Riot Games will kick off several months of competitive League of Legends play with a Super Week in North America and Europe.
Showdown is live! Queue up for 1v1 and 2v2 duels on Howling Abyss. With three ways to claim victory, it's up to you to decide how you'll defeat your opponents
A marked man with nothing to lose and only his honor to reclaim, Yasuo's tempestuous path has finally found the Fields of Justice. Bear witness to his unrelenting power
Yasuo dashes to solemn victory, harnessing the raw power of the wind to elevate his unmatched elemental swordsmanship. A former member of an Ionian
MMR Resets: Soft Resets The general idea is that EVERY player will have their MMR taken closer to that of a Low Silver player.
We’re making some changes to the League system. While we received a lot of positive feedback regarding leagues, there are a few key areas we felt could use improvement
After a brief tease earlier this week, Riot has revealed Jinx, the Loose Cannon, as the next League of Legends champion
Mobility Creep has occurred, but I think this is spoken about as the problem as opposed to a symptom. The problem, in this case, is where we had champions not giving up anything when they contained mobility