As announced earlier this week, Riot Games will begin directly operating League of Legends in Europe in the near future.
Please find below the answers to your most frequently asked questions about what this means for you.
Q: What does this mean for players? Will we lose what we have on our accounts?
A: No worries, we will not be erasing, wiping or modifying your accounts in any way. You will keep your riot points, influence points, Summoner name, level, win/loss track, unlocked champions, champion skins etc.
Q: When will this transition occur?
I’m Tecumseh, the new Lead European Community Manager here at Riot Games. I'm really excited to be joining Riot, where my job is to be the voice of the English speaking European community, alongside managing the rest of the European Community Management Team. Together, we’ll do our absolute best to ensure European players are heard and receive the quality and commitment Riot is known for. We’re rightly proud of our achievements and the dedication that drives us will be no different in Europe.
We are excited to announce that we will shortly be directly publishing League of Legends in Europe. More details will be released about this next week.
Players playing in Europe need not be concerned, we will not be erasing, wiping or modifying your accounts in any way. You will keep your riot points, influence points, Summoner name, level, win/loss track etc.
Stay tuned for more news.
People sometimes ask us what regulations govern the League of Legends community. While we do have a discrete list of rules, there's a lot more to being a positive force in the community than adhering to the legal ease set down in our Terms of Service. We believe that there are things that separate a great player from one who is mostly concerned with not violating the TOS. And you may be surprised to find out that we believe what makes a player great doesn't have anything to do with your summoner level, win/loss ratio, or Elo rating.
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The grand finals of the Razer Twisted Treeline Tournament have just concluded! We had a blast watching, waiting, and anticipating all of the exciting matches in the tournament. It was a fun and crazy ride, so give a huge round of applause for our winning team, All or Nothing (AON)! This marks the conclusion of Riot Games' first official League of Legends tournament, pitting 64 hungry, eager teams against each other to determine one winner.