League of Legends is going through its 10th anniversary and Riot Games has announced a special event to celebrate this milestone.
The 10th-anniversary event will see Riot Games reveal their new League of Legends logo, along with a glimpse into the future updates for League of Legends and Teamfight Tactics.
The new League of Legends logo
The 10th anniversary edition Riot Pls has unveiled the new logo for League of Legends.
“We think this is the perfect time to set the stage for the next ten years by modernizing the official League of Legends logo.”
League of Legends has 8 million peak concurrent players in 2019
LoL is 10 years old and yet it continues to hold strong sway over the gaming industry. The official announcement refers to the eight million-strong concurrent daily player base as a testimony to the game’s strong foundations. Currently, League of Legends player numbers are higher than the Top Ten Steam Games combined.
It is also important to note that these are global numbers and Riot Games has not released a breakdown according to individual regions. Riot’s eight million figure is calculated as League’s average daily PCU (peak concurrent users) for all Riot, Tencent, and Garena regions during August.
What can we expect from the 10th anniversary celebrations?
- Sneak peek into Pre-Season Changes for League of Legends
- First Look at TFT’s next big content update
- Flashback to some of the best LoL moments in history
- The New League of Legends Logo
In addition, Riot Games will celebrate League of Legends 10-year anniversary update on Oct. 15, 2019 via a special live-stream for League of Legends fans. The LoL anniversary celebrations will begin at 6 p.m. PST.
To conclude, Riot Games will stream the 10 year anniversary celebrations on their official Twitch Channel. To accommodate fans from different time zones, Riot Games will rebroadcast the event throughout the day.
You can catch the live celebrations on their official Twitch channel
Finally, between a glimpse into future updates for League of Legends and TFT, a new Logo and a focus on the past, present and the future; Riot Games has a lot planned for the 10 year anniversary celebrations.
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