We gave developers two weeks to utilize Champion Mastery data to create a project in one of three categories: Entertainment, Usability/Practicality, or Creativity/Originality. Check out the winners of the Riot Games API Challenge 2016!
It’s that time of the year; the API Challenge is upon us! If you didn’t catch the last API Challenge, it was focused on three categories: Black Market Brawlers, Ability Power Item Changes, and Item Sets. We’re back again with a new prompt and more prizes. The community developers have not disappointed and we’re excited to see what they come up with next.
In April, we hosted our first API Challenge not knowing what to expect from the developer community. It’s safe to say we were blown away by the submissions we received. Our last winner, microtony (NA), broke down the differences between URF games and Normal games with his submission; URF Play Styles. We’re back again with another API Challenge, and we can’t wait to see what developers create this time!
It’s been a little over a year since the release of the Riot Games API, and since then there’s been a lot of great stuff that we’ve seen from the community. We’re continually excited to see all the new creations that you guys put together, so in an effort to have a little fun and strengthen the developer community we’re happy to present our first API Challenge.
Put your artistic skills to the test in our League of Legends Fanart Face Off contest. Create an original piece of art—drawn, painted, or in any other two-dimensional format—that depicts two or more champions in the midst of a heated battle.
After the exhausting effort of letting a computer calculate the vote totals for us, we’re ready to announce the winners of our Sunday Morning LoLz comic contest! Thanks to everyone who submitted their work, and many thanks to the community who came out to support the artists with their votes.