Back in October 2017, LPL RNG's coach Huang "FireFox" Ting-Hsiang, announced that he would be resigning following the 2017 League of Legends World Championship after two and a half years as the team's head coach. Some time ago, there was a popular rumor that he had joined the LMS team AHQ as coach. However, during... Continue Reading →
Voting has closed for the 2017 China Games Billboard awards, presented by QQ Games. Popular vote was available for the gaming section of the awards, although final winners will be determined by judges on January 18th. Regardless, check out the top three winners of each category according to the vote. The esports section did not... Continue Reading →
Voting is now open for users to pick their favorite games of 2017. Voting closes on December 29th and the awards ceremony will take place on January 18. Check out the video below to see some of the categories and the nominees that are currently leading.
China had an amazing showing at the 2017 League of Legends All-Star tournament, taking home first place in both 1v1 and 5v5. They managed to defeat League of Legends titans of the LCK in a best of three, 2-1 during semi-finals, and went head-to-head against LMS in a best of five for the finals, including... Continue Reading →
The LPL 2017 League of Legends Awards ceremony took place yesterday, November 27, at the Shanghai Shipyard 1862 Theatre. The awards are a red carpet, tuxedo type of affair that looks back on the last season of League of Legends and rewards players, casters, coaches, and others for their improvement, skills, or contributions. Winners are... Continue Reading →
As the League of Legends 2017 World Championship finals are coming up this weekend in Beijing, check out this short video with more information about League of Legends in China. How popular is it, who's the highest earning player, and how does the scene compare to North America? Watch and find out!
Although Royal Club lost to South Korea Telecom T1 last night in the League of Legends World Championship Finals, Chinese media has remained positive about their performance. The League of Legends Weibo blog wrote, “China and South Korea fought for the eSports world title; though regrettably the Chinese team failed again, they will hone their... Continue Reading →
Good luck to Royal Club 皇族 tonight, as they represent China and face South Korea's SKTT1 in the League of Legends World Championship finals! Don't forget to watch them tonight at 8pm PDT over at twitch.tv! You can also check out the League website to learn more about the players. 加油！
Today, China's Royal Club faced Europe's Fnatic in the semi-finals of the League of Legends 2013 World Championships. In a best of five, Royal Club won three games against Fnatic's 1, meaning that next weekend they're going against South Korea's SK Telecom T1 to compete for $2,000,000. You can read the full recap of the... Continue Reading →