In the opening match of 2017 LPL Spring between I MAY and Royal Never Give Up, I MAY decisively 2-0’d their opponent with the debut of new jungler, Tu “Ben4” Xincheng. Following the match I MAY joined a press conference with Chinese media to answer questions. In both games, Ben4 used carry style junglers
Daerek "LemonNation" Hart and Travis Gafford chat about FlyQuest, the new pick and ban system, and his "triumphant return" to competitive play at the first week of the NA LCS.
Travis interviews TSM's Soren "Bjergsen" Bjerg on the first day of the 2017 LCS Spring Split.
Travis Gafford chats with Lee "Flame" Ho-jong from Immortals during the first week of the North American League of Legends Championship Series.
Lee “Heart” Gwanhyung, former Head Coach of LGD Gaming, has left the team out of remorse for 2016 season, according to LGD‘s weibo. Rather than continue his playing career, Heart retired to become Head Coach of LGD Gaming in 2016.
Tank top laners do more damage than carries, so it’s only natural Heo “Huni” Seunghoon would play them in the new season. Similar jokes flooded social media when the notorious ex-EU LCS and NA LCS top laner selected a tanky top lane pick two games in a row during his debut for SK Telecom T1. The champion
In a conference with Chinese press at the start of the new LPL season, Tencent representative Jin Yibo and Riot Games representative Ye Qiang discussed the future of the League of Legends Pro League. During the conference, they announced a new international tournament in July, commented on the impact
There's a new team with old players in the NA LCS this Split. Travis Gafford explains exactly what's going on.
The 2017 roster of the LCK’s KT Rolster is, without a doubt, the most hyped League of Legends team in the world. In short, KT is the very definition of a superteam. It was expected to be an easy win for KT – and it was.
League of Legends will be getting its own collegiate season sponsored by the Big Ten Network, the conference announced today. The league will feature Big Ten schools Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Maryland, Michigan, Michigan State, Minnesota, Northwestern, Ohio State, Purdue, Rutgers, and Wisconsin in its