League of Legends News
Let's get an exhibition match in Summoner's Rift going.
Riot is really looking to put the S in Games.
League is going mobile over the next year with the slightly different League of Legends: Wild Rift.
In the wake of the ongoing Blizzard suspension controversy, Riot wants to preempt political statements on League of Legends streams.
The suit will now go to court approval.
Former Radiant boss confirms the "worst-kept secret" in fighting games.
The League developer is making its autobattler a permanent part of the family.
And look at the adorable little legends you can play as!
Riot Games has allegedly refused to cooperate with the state over an investigation into gender discrimination.
A new game mode for League could pose some real competition.
The developers of League of Legends are stepping into the autobattler ring.
THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | Sony is convinced on-demand gaming is imminent in part because roughly 5% of PS4 owners used Remote Play at least once in the past year.
But it's not likely you'll be destroying Nexuses on the go this year.
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Without a solution on forced arbitration, Rioters are going to keep resisting the company.
In spite of employee discontent, Riot won't change its current employees' contracts.
Employees are protesting a controversial clause in their employment contracts, among other things.
More news of Riot's treatment towards employees are pushing some to protest.
The plaintiffs are seeking damages for their time at Riot.
Riot outlines new steps and offers big apologies. Will it work?
"We haven't lived up to our own values"
Epic swings big with esports.
Kanghua "ReSet" Ren primarily plays Fortnite Battle Royale and anime games on his channel.
Teemo's going on an adventure to find you and take your skin.
Court finds that Riot Games did use footballer Edgar Davis' likeness for a character skin.
Riot Games' flagship title is still doing big business for the company.
In attendance at the Intel Extreme Masters competition, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban calls out the naysayers while playing a round of League of Legends.