Martin "Deficio" Lynge talks to Travis Gafford at 2017 MSI.
The European League of Legends Championship Series team representatives have drawn Group A and B for the coming 2017 Summer Split, according to Lolesports.
A mere hour and a half from the moment that both teams take to the Rift in Game 1, SKT is on the Flash Wolves’ Nexus for the third time, sweeping the series. Until this moment, the Flash Wolves had the upper hand against the world’s greatest League of Legends team, SK Telecom T1, all in best-of-ones
Team SoloMid has announced that they’ve transferred League of Legends AD carry player Jason “WildTurtle” Tran to FlyQuest. Said WildTurtle of the transfer, “I’ve spent most of my career on TSM now and I’m extremely thankful for all the experiences I’ve had with Andy and the rest of the team. WildTurtle
The members of South Korean pop sensation BTS have expressed their support for professional League of Legends team, SK Telecom T1. The pop group revealed their favorite team and players in an interview with Yahoo Esports. When asked who their favorite team was, members Rap Monster and Jin immediately
K-pop phenomenon BTS talk to Yahoo Esports about Overwatch, League of Legends, StarCraft, and reveal to us their favorite teams and players.
The League of Legends College Championship is almost here! Ovilee May is ready, willing, and able to break it down for you.
Peng "Doublelift" Yiliang is on Travis Gafford's mind, so he usurps the questions from chat section of League Weekly to dive deep into the what if's of the Summer split.
Mark Zimmerman takes NA fans, and NA in general, to task about how they compete globally in League of Legends.
Team Liquid has officially confirmed their starting five for the 2017 NA LCS Summer Split, the organization announced today via Twitter.
Fnatic has a new head coach for its League of Legends team, the organization announced on Tuesday. Dylan Falco, formerly of Team SoloMid, Team Envy, Immortals, and H2K, has been signed to the longstanding EU LCS squad. Falco has found success on both sides of the Atlantic, spending time as an analyst
After reports from ESPN came in about the acquisition on Monday, Ninjas in Pyjamas is officially confirmed to have purchased a spot in the EU LCS. The confirmation comes by way of Riot Games’ contract database, the official list of professional League of Legends teams and players. Ninjas in Pyjamas
G2 Esports has announced they will start Spanish top laner Rosendo "Send0o" Fuentes and French jungler Jean-Victor "loulex" Burgevin for their League of Legends team in the first week of EU LCS. Their usual starting top and jungle duo, Ki "Expect" Daehan and Kim "Trick
Riot Games has announced Rift Rivals, a League of Legends event taking place around the world throughout July 3-9. The event will see different regional rivals going head-to-head in competition for “glory and bragging rights.”