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Riot Games showed the gameplay of the new Arena mode in League of Legends

Riot Games showed the gameplay of the new Arena mode in League of Legends

NBA star Nikola Jokic admits he plays League of Legends

NBA star Nikola Jokic admits he plays League of Legends

New Game Mode –  2 v 2 v 2 v 2 league of legends

New Game Mode – 2 v 2 v 2 v 2 league of legends

“Wonder Above” story for the newest upcoming champion from Riot

“Wonder Above” story for the newest upcoming champion from Riot

New Buffs Coming Soon -Targeting: Jungle Tanks and Azir | Veigar changes 5.4 included too

New Buffs Coming Soon -Targeting: Jungle Tanks and Azir | Veigar changes 5.4 included too

INSTANT INITIATION ! Give your Annie a bear hug and support your team to victory.

INSTANT INITIATION ! Give your Annie a bear hug and support your team to victory.

Introducing Zed, The Master of Shadows

Introducing Zed, The Master of Shadows

Introducing Zed, The Master of Shadows

Introducing Zed, The Master of Shadows

It’s Tuesday so, here comes the new weekly champion rotation. CHECK, CHECK, CHECK !

It’s Tuesday so, here comes the new weekly champion rotation. CHECK, CHECK, CHECK !

It’s Tuesday so, here comes the new weekly champion rotation. CHECK, CHECK, CHECK !

It’s Tuesday so, here comes the new weekly champion rotation. CHECK, CHECK, CHECK !

Chinese League of Legends fans stalk iBoy at his house

Another strange case has happened in the Chinese League of Legends scene, days after Top Esports issued a statement condemning fans’ behavior for threatening to put laxatives in the players’ takeout food.

This time, stalkers showed up at Vici Gaming’s Xu “iBoy” Xian-Zhao house. They pretended to be his friends and were invited in the house by iBoy’s grandmother while the ADC was away with friends, according to the organization’s statement yesterday.

The fans reportedly went door to door in search of the player’s house. Vici Gaming condemned this type of behavior, saying that it does not want anyone to come into contact directly with the players or their families. The organization said if this behavior continues, it will pursue legal action to protect the personal safety of players.

This sort of behavior occurs with both Chinese and Korean fans as well. When the Korean teams fail at the international events, fans usually criticize them, demanding them to swim back home, and insult them for their performance. But such cases of stalking haven’t happened with LCK teams yet.

Most recently, however, LCK teams including T1 and Hanwha Life Esports have asked fans to cut back on hostile remarks made towards players and staff members. Both organizations said they would pursue legal action if the online harassment and threats persisted.

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