Forgot password
Enter the email address you used when you joined and we'll send you instructions to reset your password.
If you used Apple or Google to create your account, this process will create a password for your existing account.
This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.
Reset password instructions sent. If you have an account with us, you will receive an email within a few minutes.
Something went wrong. Try again or contact support if the problem persists.
Image via Riot Games

Legends of Runeterra was the third most-watched game on Twitch over the last 24 hours

There's a new card game in town.

Fans of Riot Games got a huge surprise this week when the company revealed a variety of upcoming projects.

Recommended Videos

One of those projects is Riot’s new card game, Legends of Runeterra. After the beta for the game was announced, a ton of popular streamers showed off what Riot’s been working on. Fans are so excited for LoR that it was the third most-watched game on Twitch over the past 24 hours.

Screengrab via Twitchtracker

Twitchtracker is a website that can be used to view the average amount of viewers for a game on Twitch over a set period of time. Even though the game has been out for less than a week, over the past 24 hours, LoR was able to edge itself into the No. 3 spot. LoR has around 116,000 average viewers. The only games with more as of right now are Fortnite and LoR’s parent game, League of Legends.

League and Fortnite are both regularly featured in the top three slots thanks to each game’s massive player base. League also just celebrated its 10th anniversary, which is where Riot announced new projects, including LoR.

Similar to how Hearthstone is a digital card game based around the lore of World of Warcraft, LoR will be based on League. One thing that has TCG fans excited about the game is how developers described earning cards. With LoR, Riot is aiming to take as much of the “feel bad RNG” out of the card-earning process as possible. Players will be able to grind certain reward structures that give them more control over the cards they earn.

Players can also earn drops for the game by watching their favorite streamers on Twitch. If your account isn’t activated and you receive a drop, you’ll gain beta access. A number of popular TCG streamers, including Hearthstone legends Octavian “Kripp” Morosan and Jeremy “Disguised Toast” Wang, have been streaming the game since it was announced.

If LoR sounds like something you’d be interested in, you can sign up for the beta right now at

Dot Esports is supported by our audience. When you purchase through links on our site, we may earn a small affiliate commission. Learn more about our Affiliate Policy