With the rest of the UK and Irish qualifiers complete or in progress, now is your last chance to enter the 4 Nations Tournament via the fully online Riot 4 Nations Open Qualifier. Will your team manage to take one of the last two slots?
Let’s hope Baron Nashor enjoys being the centre of attention because, standing at a towering 5 metres tall in the League of Legends gamescom booth, he’s extremely hard to miss. In order to get a better sense of the story behind his construction, we caught up with Greg Keeley, the managing director of prop making specialist APE.ie, and Ali Durrant, a Senior Creative Producer at Riot who helped the project along and liaised with the art team in Santa Monica.
At the gamescom 2014 convention in Cologne, Germany, Riot had the pleasure of celebrating the ever-fizzing creativity of the League of Legends community. Having significantly expanded the dimensions of this year’s booth, we had room to devote one entire side of the community booth to what we called The Cosplay Village, providing a rallying point for the nearly 400 League of Legends cosplayers in attendance over the course of the week
Want an easy way to spread the word about your viewing party to other nearby fans? Using the viewing party website is a great place to start, but now you can also advertise your viewing party in the real world, with a Worlds Viewing Party Poster
The Champion Update team’s taking a break from prepping Sion for war so they can host an upcoming Sion Q&A session on 30.09! If you have questions about how we turned the big green Arnie impersonator into a hulking Noxian colossus, come along and ask away!