The return of both Michael "Imaqtpie" Santana and William "scarra" Li to the competitive League of Legends scene is not a joke.
In this weekly series I shall be examining what I believe to be the most interesting results and trends to emerge from the European region.
Stop focusing so heavily on toxicity as a whole and put the state of the game first, put competitive integrity first. What is best for the game, its viewers and the competitive scene? That’s what really matters.
I believe amongst all the noise and excitement of the results there has been a de-emphasis on the explanation. It is not the actual results of the tournament that have been interesting but how the game has come to such a point that they could even be poss
After a heartbreaking Sejuani bug possibly costing Fanatic a massive upset win over SK Telecom, what should have been the greatest game of the tournament so far instead leaves a bitter taste in our mouths.
The League of Legends subreddit has absolute primacy in terms of visibility for anyone looking to write artciles or gain viewers. Careers can and have been made or greatly enhanced by the front page of the subreddit and whilst this is a brilliant benefit
The recent backlash at HotshotGG when he allegedly denied Alex Ich the opportunity of trialling for the team highlights an important issue. Regardless of that particular circumstance, the fans want to see active change.
IEM Power Rankings and Matchup Analysis In this article I examine the League of Legends teams competing atthe Intel Extreme Masters World Championship, tomorrow.
The Spring Split has not been kind to the EU LCS former champions. With team morale at a reported all time low and increasingly lacklustre performances, it was only a matter of time before the team made a substantial change.
Daily Dot writer William Turton has recently released arumour that Alex Ich will be joining a North American challenger team, Team BrawL.