While the League of Legends transfer window seems to be over in some regions, the composition of the LPL's favorite teams is not yet fully known. Very big announcements have been made in recent days, here is a quick summary.
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Riot Games has just announced big changes to the rankeds for the 2023 League of Legends season. Make way for two splits, less restrictive promotions but above all even more rewards!
The ADC job is one of the most frustrating jobs in League of Legends. In addition to being very dependent on their allies, they can often feel like they're useless in a lot of games, which leads to frustration. But isn't that a necessary evil?
On stream, Caedrel made a point of stressing that there would be more LEC imports in 2023 than in 2022. He even went so far as to talk about the return of waves of imports... We understand the idea, but when we look at the history of League of Legends, we still have room!
The League of Legends community is capable of the best and the worst. This time around, a player went a bit too far and decided to cosplay, not a champion, but the Nexus. To our greatest delight.
After two complicated years, Team Liquid has decided to overhaul almost its entire roster for the 2023 LCS season. And the structure hit hard by recruiting a League of Legends world champion.
There's a very well-known region in the League of Legends universe that hasn't had new champions in 5 years. What could be the reason for such a lack of interest on the part of the publisher?
The official League of Legends account in Spain shared an action from K'Sante, and the controversy hasn't stopped since. Many players consider the champion to be broken, despite being one of the worst in the game in terms of winrate. A former pro explains his point of view.
While some champions got buffed hard during the preseason as they returned to the front of the stage, others had a severe nerfs, going from ok tier to abyssal tier. This is unfortunately the case of the character mentioned in this article, who is currently in great difficulty.
The level of Rekkles is no longer as imperial as before and we imagine that he could have some difficulties next year in the LEC against the competition. But there is one area where this League of Legends star remains unmatched in Europe, marketing. The Swede has it all figured out.
While it may seem incredible on paper to control a champion with thousands of hit points, League of Legends players have come to question his power.
All good things must come to an end... After a career spanning more than 10 years in Europe, a stage dinosaur has decided to bow out. He became a coach and took the opportunity to go to North America.
Rumors have been circulating for several weeks, even months, but this former League of Legends world champion is about to end his career. After several difficult seasons, it is time for him to leave the professional scene.
After spending 7 years on the professional circuit, this former LEC star decides to take a break during the Spring Split of the 2023 season.
Lee "Faker" Sang-hyeok: If you don't know this name, you don't like esports. Even if you are not a fan of League of Legends, we are still talking about a world monument of electronic sports. And if some doubts persisted, he is not ready to retire!
One of the most awaited features by League of Legends players was omitted from the content added to the game during the 2023 preseason launch. However, it is almost ready and everything indicates that it will arrive in the MOBA just in time. for the start of season 13.
In content released exclusively in China, the developers explained how they choose which Legue of Legends champions receive significant visual overhauls. A clarification that was not appreciated by many players who saw their favorite champion being dismissed.
It happens that certain circles intersect in completely unexpected ways. This is what happened recently on Twitch, where football fans were able to watch a high level ranked on League of Legends.
On League of Legends, Neeko can take on the appearance of any champion, but not only. Riot Games had to urgently deactivate the chameleon champion, following a more than problematic bug.
A Riot Games employee was trying to learn how to play Ryze and used it in almost all of their games since the start of the 2023 preseason. However, League of Legends systems interpreted it to be a troll and he was banned for 14 days.