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League of Legends celebrates 10-year anniversary

There are plenty of announcements to see, and those of us in Europe have another livestream to watch tonight.

League of Legends developer Riot Games has just hosted a livestream announcing loads of details for the 10-hear anniversary of their game, but the European celebration will continue today, as you can head this way to watch League 10-Year: Live from Europe from ExCeL London at 19:30 BST (20:30 CEST).

Senna was introduced as a new champion during the original stream, who will hit the public beta on October 29 before going live on November 10. On October 22 the public beta is getting another change as well, called Rise of the Elements, a series of preseason changes to gameplay based on the Elemental Drakes, with these going live on November 20.

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Ultra Rapid Fire is also returning with full champion select as a limited-time mode, and all Riot products will eventually support Arabic as well. On top of that, nine albums will be released featuring music from each season of the game too, starting today.

For 10 days starting tomorrow, all players with accounts made before October 16 (today) will get an in-game gift every day they log in and play, which leads up to the actual decade anniversary on October 27.

Teamfight Tactics is coming to mobile in Q1 of 2020 too, with free-to-play card game Legends of Runeterra also revealed. This is also set for a 2020 launch, except this is on PC as well as mobile.

That's not all though, as League of Legends: Wild Rift is a new 5v5 MOBA for mobile and console, again coming next year, which is when we'll also get an animated series in the LoL universe, called Arcane.

Various other secret projects are in development too, like a character-based tactical shooter for PC, a fighting game in the LoL universe, and a "very early development project that explores the possibilities of traversing the world of Runeterra with your friends".

As for what you can see right now, League of Legends Origins is available on streaming services as a documentary following the game, and The Riot Games Social Impact Fund has also been formed. This is a non-profit to "power continued global social impact".

Have you been playing League of Legends for 10 years?

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