Tencent E-sports held its annual launch event on July 26. The latest progress of the League of Legends: Wild Rift regarding e-sports and its key events planning in the future was introduced on the event.
Sensor Tower’s recent data showed that the global users of Riot Games’ League of Legends: Wild Rift have spent more than $500 million through Apple's App Store and Google Play.
CNG Data released its "April Game Industry Report" on Friday, showing that the sales revenue of China's game market last month totaled 22.99 billion yuan ($3.41 billion), down 3.40% year-on-year.
On Tuesday, Chinese digital audio platform Ximalaya launched an authorized audio drama based on the novel named League of Legends: My Time, which itself is based on Tencent's popular mobile game League of Legends.
Riot Games announced on January 7 the first official global competition entitled "Wild Rift Icons Global Championship," set to take place this summer in Europe.
Tencent-owned Riot Games announced on Monday that it is settling a 2018 gender-based discrimination class-action lawsuit with California state agencies and current and former female employees for $100 million.
OPPO Reno7 Pro, which was only just released on December 03, 2021, launched a limited edition device on Tuesday, co-branding with the popular League of Legends mobile game.
Huya announced on Friday that it had signed a deal with EDward Gaming (EDG), the winner of the 2021 League of Legends World Championship (Worlds 2021), to broadcast on its platform.
Apple revealed the winners of this year's App Store Awards on Thursday. The list includes the best apps and games for its iPhone, iPad, iMac and Apple Watch platforms.
During the live-streaming of S11 Global Finals of League of Legends on Bilibili, about 500 million people were watching the race at the same time.
The S11 Global Finals of League of Legends ended in the early hours of Sunday morning, when Edward Gaming (EDG) defeated DWG KIA (DK) with a thrilling 3-2 result in the 2021 League of Legends World Championship Final.
Recently, as some netizens reported, the page of mobile title League of Legends: Wild Rift could not be opened in WeChat. In response, officials said on Wednesday that the page was being fixed.
On Friday of this week, just after the end of the National Day break in China, Tencent released the long-anticipated mobile title League of Legends: Wild Rift.
Last week, the esports industry in China went through a bit of turmoil as Typhoon In-fa passed through Shanghai and caused multiple esports competitions to be suspended, including League of Legends Pro League.
Chinese live-streaming platform Huya Inc revealed it has signed a $310 million media rights deal with the country’s League of Legends operator TJ Sports, according to a filing to the US Securities and Exchange Commission.