Riot Games have officially cancelled the League of Legends 2020 Mid-Season Invitational due to the COVID-19 pandemic, while also announcing some huge changes for the upcoming LoL World Championship.
Riot Games announced today that the closed beta for their first-person shooter title VALORANT will launch on Tuesday, April 7 for select regions, with a possibility it could roll out in other regions at a later date.
Riot Games has moved the 2020 Mid-Season Invitational from May to July, while also shifting the dates of the League of Legends Summer Splits across all regions due to coronavirus fears.
Riot Games has reintroduced League Pro View for the 2020 League of Legends European Championship (LEC) and Championship Series (LCS) Spring Splits with new features and a lower price tag, making it easily accessible for LoL esports fans who are looking for a more customizable experience.
Riot Games recently confirmed the open beta for the heavily anticipated League of Legends-themed card game, Legends of Runeterra, will go live on Friday, January 24.
Riot Games recently released a video on social media that revealed plans for League of Legends in 2020 while giving the fans a glimpse into what is to come for the company’s other game titles.
A day after releasing Aphelios ‘The Weapon of the Faithful’, Riot Games revealed Sett ‘The Boss’ as the 147th addition to the League of Legends lineup.
The owner and CEO of 2019 LST champions MEGA Esports has been hit with a ban from Riot Games which will prevent him from participating in League of Legends esports events until 2022 due to ongoing contract disputes with his players.
Riot Games walked away from 2019 Esports Awards ceremony with three important industry awards under the belt, confirming the company and its core franchise League of Legends as the undisputed kings of the world esports scene.
Riot Games has announced an additional testing period and approximate release date for the highly anticipated League of Legends-based card game, Legends of Runeterra.