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Submitted by SybaRat 808d ago | interview

League of Legends Season 3: Taking the ‘e’ out of e-sports

Coming out of a World Tournament that elevated e-sports' popularity into the big leagues, Riot Games is planning to take League of Legends mainstream by erasing the distinctions between sports and e-sports. (League of Legends, PC)

wita  +   808d ago
Loved this! Pretty cool stuff.
darkronin229  +   808d ago
A consistent schedule would be nice. I always hear the results/headlines of matches after the fact because I never know when they're on.
Sadie2100  +   808d ago
That's some serious cash they're pumping into this. I had no idea people cared that much to watch LOL?
choadley  +   808d ago
As a fighting-game player, I'm used to seeing e-sports being treated as a derogatory term. It seems like that's where everything is heading towards though.

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