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Riot games is hiring for an MMO on League of Legends

The League of Legends universe is ready to expand further. After invading the field of digital card games with Legends of Runeterra and that of Competitive FPS with Valorant, Riot Games is ready to make the ...
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League of Legends, the official forum closes

Riot Games has announced the closure of Boards, a meeting place for the community that, a few years ago, had redesigned the structure of the official forum making it more like a League of Legends subreddit. TO...

Legends of Runeterra - Open Beta: here's how to register

Riot Games is surely one of the most popular software houses of this generation. Not only did she manage to make her League of Legends one of the most watched titles (if not THE title) and ...

Tits, cries and Esports!

Let's say you are a particularly rich and famous person, as well as one of the most beautiful women on the planet (even today when the years start to be felt, no one I think can discuss about ...

League of Legends - A surprise from Riot

Yesterday, on the official twitter page, Riot published something that left all the summoners without words, a mini-video of a few seconds showing two new samples with humanoid features ...

Chinese Older Venge LoL Hero

It happened in China (precise city for now unknown), where an elderly lady was caught outside an internet cafe while praying in front of a statue of the famous hero of League Of Legends, ...

PS5, limited stocks also for 2022

During a private conference, Sony explained to reporters that the PS5 stock shortage could last well into 2022. The Chief Financial ...

Call of Duty Warzone, cheaters haunt the Italian streamer Pow3r

That competitive multiplayer gaming communities often manage to hit intolerable levels of toxicity is no mystery, but there really seems to be none ...

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