The developer is looking to expand the League of Legends world by delving into the lore behind two of its Champions.
There are plenty of announcements to see, and those of us in Europe have another livestream to watch tonight.
The team has been struggling for results, and the head coach has left "under mutual consultation".
Their veteran League of Legends player also owns a stake in the team, having been there since 2013.
This starts immediately at Worlds, although it also applies to the All-Star Event and MSI competitions.
Global head of LoL Esports John Needham has "reminded our casters and pro players to refrain from discussing any of these topics on air".
That's the plan at least, talking about Voli, Fiddle, and three new champions for Riot Games' MOBA.
Four groups of four will battle it out as the competition heats up in the event, featuring top teams from around the world.