League of Legends is a free game with the option of unlockable customizations. The players choose a character from a catalog of about 145 champions and participate in strategic, fast-paced meetings, in 5 vs 5 mode, whose ultimate goal is to conquer the part of the map-controlled by the opposing team.
Within the 10 years of the video game, Riot Games, creator of LoL, also announced “Arcane”, an animated series that will be available next year and will feature a story based on the utopian Piltóver and the oppressed underground district of Zaun.
League of Legends Documentary arrived this week on Netflix, by Leslie Iwerks. The production explores the rise of one of the most played PC games in history.
In this documentary narrated by fans, experts and creators, Iwerks capture the ups and downs of creating a worldwide phenomenon from its first days of development being a free demo until the 2017 World Championship, at the National Stadium, in Beijing.
The League of Legends documentary also features the participation of the company’s founders, Brandon Beck and Marc Merrill, who tell how they have experienced the rise and development of this worldwide phenomenon that today positions them as the world’s leading electronic sport and one of the more followed by fans, reaching audiences superior to the Super Bowl, World Cup, and the NBA.
On the other hand, Riot Games, creator of LoL, announced Arcane, an animated series that will be available in 2020 and will feature a story based on the utopian Piltóver and the oppressed underground district of Zaun.
In addition, it follows the origins of two emblematic champions of League of Legends, a video game that recently turned 10.
It should be remembered that in April of this year, at the Movistar Arena, in Bogotá, the Latin American eSport final was held, reaching more than 100 million users every month in the world.