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Submitted by fusible 849d ago | news

Riot Games continues scooping up domains, this time “eSports” names

Riot Games looks to be expanding its online presence. This week already the game studio registered the name ChampionshipSeriesLeague.com, but that's not all. Riot has bought up even more domains, this time names centered around "league" and "esports", like LeagueeSports.com and LoLeSport.com. So, why are the makers of the "most played video game in the world" with the largest prize pool in eSports history registering these names? Although it's only speculation, I think we might see a web site and a level of professional programming from Riot Games, that you see with the likes of "ESPN". It's not too far fetched an idea. With Major League Gaming taking off, why not? (League of Legends, PC, Riot Games)

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