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League of Legends Chemtech Drake Soul Explained

League of Legends has brought back the Chemtech Drake, a powerful neutral objective first introduced back in Season 12 before it was removed from the game to be reworked. The Chemtech Drake made its first appearance during the beginning of Season 12 where it was brought into the game alongside the Hextech Drake. While the Hextech Drake stayed the same throughout Season 12, the Chemtech Drake faced a lot of criticism from the player base and was removed to be reworked.
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League of Legends Prime Gaming December 2022 Rewards: How to Claim

League of Legends' Prime Gaming Capsule is now available to players from Nov. 29 until Dec. 28, giving players 350 RP, an unowned 1,350 RP Skin Permanent, five Mythic Essence, and more. League of Legends fans that have Prime Gaming are rushing to the site to claim their Prime Gaming...
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Jang ‘Nuguri’ Ha-gwon Retires From League of Legends Esports

One of the brightest young stars of League of Legends has just retired. After a six-year career, 23-year-old Jang ‘Nuguri' Ha-gwon has announced that he is retiring from competitive League of Legends play. His announcement comes two weeks after DWG announced that Nuguri decided to enter free agency. Looking...

League of Legends Heartsteel Balance Changes

The item Heartsteel is currently set to receive balance changes in League of Legends' ARAM mode and will be taken a look at for Summoner's Rift. With preseason 2023 adding various new features and items to League of Legends, many players feel like some of these items are overpowered. One of the newest items added, a tank item named Heartsteel, is currently one of the best items in League of Legends. Heartsteel is a part of many high win rate builds, leaving many players to wonder if the item will be receiving a nerf in the future.

The World's Biggest 'League Of Legends' Star, Faker, Could Come To America: Which Teams Could Get Ahold Of The Immortal Demon King?

Lee “Faker” Sang-Hyeok is, without a doubt, the biggest star of the "League of Legends" world (developed by Tencent TCEHY's Riot Games) and he is considered to be the best in history. In Korea, he is called the Immortal Demon King; he was a three-time world champion, a two-time runner-up, and a multiple-time winner of the LCK (Korean LoL League).
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League of Legends patch 12.23 preview promises love for tanks

League of Legends’ tank champions have been left in a bit of a rough spot as a result of the numerous pre-season changes. Now, according to the League of Legends patch 12.23 preview, developer Riot Games is stepping in to give some of Runeterra’s thicker denizens some much needed buffs.
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League of Legends 2023 budget “biggest of all time”, says Riot CEO

League of Legends is soon to enter its 13th season, and it looks like developer Riot Games could be about to invest more into the hit MOBA game than ever before. At least, it has the budget for it according to Riot CEO Nicolo Laurent. In a recent interview with...