Fall is in full swing and with it comes cool weather, cornucopias, decorative gourds and the time-honored tradition of tracing your hand on a piece of paper and decorating it like a turkey. Obviously. This year players and Rioters alike are getting crafty and imagining what hand turkey doodles might look like in the land of Runeterra.
What’s more fun than watching League of Legends? Watching with friends! What’s more fun than watching League of Legends with friends? Watching and making new friends! Summoners all over the world have been organizing events in all kinds of venues to view everything from LCS matches to community videos, and we want to help.
UT Austin demonstrates excellence with their ability to grow a massive community, throw the largest annual League of Legends collegiate spectacle and make history with the first-ever live collegiate national championship.
Known as Georgia Tech League of Legends, this collegiate organization has grown a massive community both in the university and around their region through collaboration with local schools, annual conventions and a home-grown national shoutcasting community.
The UBC Esports Association calls Vancouver home and embodies the city’s friendly and welcoming culture brilliantly this year with a blend of eager leadership and a variety of engagement options for players of any skill level.
UC Irvine have built a dynasty of League of Legends Esports excellence with three consecutive national titles. The team’s true strength, though, is anchored in their secret weapon: Their school’s passionate and growing League of Legends community.
Ohio State’s League of Legends community aims to help the next generation of players succeed on the Fields of Justice and off. The Esports Initiative and BuckeyeLAN lead the charge in different ways, but the goal remains the same.