Team Liquid is ramping up their League of Legends coaching staff, picking up both Josh “Jarge” Smith and Brandon “Saintvicious” DiMarco. Jarge will be the team’s new head analyst, while Saintvicious will be taking on the role of strategic coach. The pair will be joining head coach David “Dlim” Lim, as well as analysts Kevin “TeeKHay” Bracken, and Keith “Snowspots” Torres.
Following the announcement of the partnership between NBA team Miami Heat and esports organization Misfits, executives from both organizations have revealed some details regarding how the two teams will cross-promote each other. Speaking in an interview with Yahoo Esports, Misfits CEO and founder Ben Spoont and Miami Heat executive vice president and chief marketing officer Michael McCullough talked about how the partnership came about, how the two teams will work together, and more. “We’ve already incorporated the Heat colors into the Misfits to welcome them into the brand in kind of a seamless sort of way” McCullough said.
The European League of Legends Championship Series group draft and schedule have been revealed for the coming 2017 Spring split, starting January 19.
After Warwick’s cinematic reveal Monday, Riot Games has released the full ability kit for the reworked League of Legends champion.
Since the beginning of the 2017 season, AD carry players in League of Legends have been on the receiving end of a meta seemingly designed to tear them down at every turn. The relative weakness of Lethality and the rise of tanks meant they could shoot their beefy brethren in the face forever and never seem to get anywhere. What’s more, assassins and burst mages lurked around every corner
Travis Gafford breaks down why Team Liquid's acquisition of Austin "Link" Shin is the most exciting move of the NA LCS offseason.
Travis Gafford discusses Riot's scheduling practices and how it affects fans and industry insiders.
After weeks of speculation and leaks, Milwaukee Bucks owner Wes Edens has officially confirmed the rebranding of League of Legends team Cloud9 Challenger to FlyQuest. Due to the rule against a single organization owning two pro-level rosters simultaneously, Cloud9 was forced to sell off the roster that qualified for the NA LCS during the 2017 Spring Split Promotion Tournament.