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Submitted by GIZORAMA 697d ago | opinion piece

League of Legends: Secrets of the League | GIZORAMA

GIZORAMA - Maybe it’s the soothing reassurance of the announcer that echoes in the background, as tower after tower falls and your team slowly advances on the enemy’s base. Perhaps it’s the thrill of a perfectly executed combo thrown down by 5 people all at once, creating a synergy of attack and defense to give your team the hard earned advantage in a game that’s already clocking in at an hour-plus. Or it could just be the bright colors and free stuff…that’s what we’re here to find out.

For whatever reason that hasn’t been nailed down by the scientific community yet, League of Legends is rapidly becoming one of the most popular video games of all time, and is currently enjoying the daily membership of over 32 million players worldwide. Here’s why we think gamers keep “laughing out loud” about “LoL”. (League of Legends, PC)

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