Riot Games will be celebrating their ten year anniversary of League of Legends with a new logo change, livestream, teases for the games future and much more.
Riot Games has taken to their official website to announce that League of Legends fans can join them on October 116th to celebrate 10 years of League of Legends. The event will be 10th Anniversary Edition of Riot Pls and will kick off with a livestream that will share some glimpses of what League of Legends will be like in the future, Riot's favorite League of Legends moments, preseason changes and more.
In addition to teasing players for the October 16 livestream, Riot has also mentioned how even though League of Legends is 10 years old it still holds the record for the biggest PC game in the world. According to the website post, "about 8 million peak concurrent players in League" making it "even bigger than the top ten games on Steam combined." The company also mentions that they have "modernized" the League of Legends logo which you can see above.
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