10-Year Anniversary Celebration | Riot Pls: 10th Anniversary Edition – League of Legends

10-Year Anniversary Celebration | Riot Pls: 10th Anniversary Edition – League of Legends


Hi everyone this is Colby
playing League of Legends open beta Pretty cool game here. We got to introduce you guys to Faker
if you haven’t seen him already. He might be just
the best mid laner in the world. Starting my first cosplay I’ve got a lot to figure out I’ve just been building up and working on my skill set. We’re playing TFT today. This is my very first round. I’m nervous as heck. Yes. Assassin. Kill them. Alright, let’s do it baby. It’s to game on. It’s amazing because this Worlds has been historic Yes! The Movi Star is exploding with excitement! Teemo on duty I’m French. I’m French. I love this series. What? Dude, we get killed in an instant. The upset is complete as the kills come through. The SKT dynasty is over. A lot of people feel like dynamic queue
kills the competitiveness of League. This game is so f******g frustrating. I made some really bad mistakes and I died a lot for no reason. There have been times where even I
don’t believe in myself and everyone’s telling me I’m washed up. I’m really sorry to all my fans. I’ve let you guys down. All we’ll have to do is get better you know. I got beat so bad the last game. Hopefully it goes a little bit better than before. Can’t end on a loss, one more! It was these guys who made me keep going and
believed in me. May your mana points overflow and your AOE stick May supports cover your flank, may your marksman aim true For me, playing League is a way to break barriers I’ve done things I never thought I’d be able to do Anything is possible! Are you Ready? Hey everyone, Joe here again
on behalf of the league dev team. Today we have a very special Riot Pls for you. Of course we’re going to tell you all about our
plans for the upcoming pre-season. We’ll also give you an update on TFT, and much more. In fact we’ve got a lot of great updates to share today. So be sure to stay tuned through the
end of the show. But before we cover any of that, I want to
talk about something important. This month marks a very special occasion. In just over a week, It’ll have been 10 years to the day since league’s
official release date. For us, League has always been a game that we build together
with all of you. Truth is, you’ve always been the ones who’ve made League
more than just a game. You’ve made incredible art. You’ve created memes. You’ve showed us in a million different
ways that you care about League. That games matter enough to become
a meaningful part of your lives. You’ve helped us make League more than a game. For us, celebrating league’s 10 year anniversary is a chance to say thank you. To all of you who’ve helped us build league brick by brick, and
to show our appreciation here’s what we’ve got planned. First up 10 days of gifting. For 10 days, starting October 17th, we’ll be celebrating you, the League
community, with a small gift everyday you log in. And no it’s not just summoner icons, although of course
we’ve got to give you one of those. All you’ll need to qualify is a league account that was created before this
broadcast began. We want the rest of this month to feel like a
real celebration. So expect to see SR looking a little brighter than normal. Your shop is coming back. And because it’s a special occasion for the first
time ever there will be a chance that your shop contains legendary tier skins. In the past we’ve spoken about our reasons for moving away from
classic URF to the all random URF mode. But this is a time
to celebrate and pull out all the stops. So for the first time in over four
years we’re bringing back URF with full champion select. It’ll be available from October 28th
through November 8th. So you can keep the celebration going. Over the last decade you haven’t just helped make league a great game
you’ve helped make the world a better place. All the way back in 2010, you bought the URF
Warwick skin and together we raised money to save actual manatees. In 2011, after a devastating earthquake in Japan, you and Nurse Akali
raised more than one hundred sixty thousand dollars for the Red Cross and provided relief to hundreds of thousands of people in need. The following year you banded together and through the Jaximus skin contributed to the
Make-A-Wish Foundation in honor of a league player named Joe. In 2017, we committed over two million dollars from the proceeds from Championship Ashe to three great charities that you voted for. And last year with the help of Brian, a cancer survivor who
helped us design the Dark Star Cho’Gath skin, you all raised over six million dollars for 20 charities around the world.
That’s the power of the League community. When we come together we can accomplish
truly remarkable things all over the world. In all of the communities we’re a part of. And we know there’s a huge appetite out
there to do even more. So today we’re announcing a new initiative called
The Riot Games Social Impact Fund. This unique non-profit will be the engine
for our collective efforts around global social impact. Since establishing
the fund earlier this year we’ve already donated over four million dollars
to charities around the world. As a global game, we know it’s important
for you to choose which charities the money raised in your region goes
to and that’s what this fund will make possible. Later this year, we’ll be releasing Dawnbringer Karma the first skin where all proceeds will
go to the Social Impact Fund. On behalf of everyone at Riot. Thank you
for everything you’ve done. The good we can do together is just getting started. OK. let’s hear about what we’ve got planned for preseason. Hey everyone. Jess here. Before we get into preseason I want to share a small announcement that will make
players in one particular part of the world happy. We know that there are
many League players in the Middle East and North Africa who love League and
have been playing on European and North American servers and that we can do
a better job of supporting them. We are proud to announce that we will
be supporting these players by gradually offering all Riot Games products and
services in Arabic. OK, on to preseason changes. Over the years Summoner’s Rift
has changed a lot. Sometimes in small adjustments to things you’re
already familiar with and sometimes in complete overhauls or totally new additions. We’ve always thought of Summoner’s Rift as a living breathing place with enough
depth to be fun and interesting Whether it’s your first time playing
or if you’re a seasoned veteran. And to that end preseason 2020,
Rise of the Elements, will introduce new emergent gameplay opportunities on the map meant
to open fresh strategies to master outplay and win. The biggest change
here is the new elemental rift system as teams take down elemental drakes,
one element will eventually dominate the rift permanently altering the map. Each elemental rift impacts teamfights, rotations, vision, and objective control, in a unique way. Meaning no one game will play out the same
as the last. Even if everyone’s on the same champ. Infernal knocks down walls and burns down brush. Mountain adds new terrain to play around. Ocean makes brush grow
larger and spawn extra Honeyfruit. And cloud turns pathways into wind
tunnels that increase movement speed. Elemental buffs are also getting an
overhaul with the final stack of each element offering powerful effects that aren’t just stats. Plus Cloud Drakes should be more satisfying now that
we’ve switched it to grant CDR on your ult. And don’t worry we’re not letting Elder Dragon
be one-upped by its younger siblings. When the game gets to Elder,
We know the game’s progressed pretty far. And to that end we want to
change the invisible parts of Elder buff into power that more clearly tells you to
fight and push through to the end. Elder buff is keeping its burn effect,
but instead of the large passive stat stick Elder currently gives, it’ll now grant an execute against enemies below a
certain health threshold. Dragons aside, we’re also making a few
map changes to add more outplay opportunities. Top and bot are getting new alcoves to shake up vision control and ganks. And we’re adding some new brush by the blue buff river entrances. That’s just the start of what preseason has to offer. We’ll be publishing a dev blog shortly
after the stream with more info on these changes plus a ton of others
we didn’t have the time to get to here. Next up, we’ve got a piece
to show you. Following his relentless pursuit of his nemesis Lucian finally comes
face to face with his past. Kicking off a new chapter of one of League’s
oldest rivalries. Check it out. That’s right, Senna is coming to League of Legends
as our first ever support marksman. She’ll be available on PBE October 29th. Summoner’s Rift isn’t the only mode that’s evolving this year. Let’s talk a little bit about League’s newest permanent game
mode Teamfight Tactics. When we launched Teamfight Tactics earlier this year, we hoped
you’d love it and the response has blown us away. TFT has brought millions of players to League. It’s one of the biggest modes we’ve ever added to League
and it has us feeling incredibly inspired about ways we can keep investing
into TFT for years to come. One of the biggest ways we’re going to
be changing the game in the near future is with seasonal sets. A couple of times per year we’ll rotate
in a whole new host of champions, origins, classes, and items. TFT will always be about strategic depth and exploration. And the new sets will keep some of
the mechanics familiar but will also reimagine a few favorites, and will
introduce others that are totally new. Thematically we can explore the entire League
universe and the alternate universes by drawing deep from the whole spectrum
of champions and skins that we’ve created in the past 10 years. The first seasonal side is coming to live servers in just three weeks. It’s called Rise of the Elements, just like preseason. It will feature totally new origins like desert, inferno, poison,
and new classes including the summoners and mystics. New champions like Lux, Annie, Olaf. and even some old favorites bringing new twists. Those that played in the beta season will get rewarded for their climb,
and we’ll reset the ladder as we bring improvements to the system. And of course set two wouldn’t be complete without a whole new host of
little legends, arena skins, and some brand new things to make you and your
team look good. It’ll hit PBE October 22nd and we’ve just published a dev
blog on LeagueofLegends.com with more details. Check it out and let
us know what you think. One more thing. From the moment we launched TFT players
have been asking for a mobile version of the game. It turns out, you guys actually do have phones. So by popular demand we’re announcing Teamfight Tactics 
as its own separate app for iOS and Android devices. It’s coming in early 2020 and we’ll
have a few betas coming in December of this year. It’ll feature full cross
platform play with the PC version of TFT. Hope you enjoy it. We hope you’re as excited as we are
for what’s coming for SR and TFT. There’s something else we’d like to share.
It’s something we’ve been working on for a while and some of you might even be expecting it. TFT isn’t the only thing going multi-platform. Coming soon we’ll be bringing the League experience
to both mobile and consoles. So let’s take a first look at League of Legends: Wild Rift. Hey there, it’s Michael Chow. I’ve been
dying to talk to you about the Wild Rift which is coming soon to console and Mobile. It’s taken us years. Way, way, too long to do this but we had to get it right. We need to figure out how to bring a true League experience
to other platforms in a way that’s worthy of your love, your time, your
investment, and we think we’ve finally gotten there with Wild Rift and
we’re thrilled to be able to share it with you. Now, why bring League to
other platforms in the first place? Well for years many of you have
been telling us that the marquee League PC experience is sometimes tough to fit into your lifestyle. which can change from one week to the next, one month to the next,
one year to the next. You’ve also been telling us that you simply can’t
play League with a lot of the friends you love to game with. Yes, because of their lifestyles as well, but also because League takes a long time
to learn. The matches are really long and so on. So we built a new rift that you can play on console and mobile. With 15 to 20 minute matches and a dual stick control scheme that’s
intuitive and satisfying, and still super deep. We’ve also added some new systems that preserve
the core 5v5 gameplay you know while adding a few twists that we think really
shine on mobile and console. Now Wild Rift is not a port of the PC game. Taking SR and just shoving it
on the new platforms wasn’t going work. To get the gameplay just right,
we needed to rebuild from scratch. We spent a long time making sure this
will be a true League of Legends experience that’s worthy of devoting your precious game time. Wild Rift has incredible depth, and you can
make those same, badass, 200 IQ outplays and team plays you know and love from League PC. We’ll be straight with you. There are some downsides
to the from scratch approach we’ve taken. We’re not going to have every single champ and skin
available on all platforms. And although you won’t get the same unlocks
between League on PC and this version You will get great rewards for the time you’ve spent
with League over the last 10 years. But like I said we think these tradeoffs are worth it.
Starting from scratch has given us the opportunity to do a full visual remaster
on a ton of the game. We’ve also taken
the time to build an all new collection system that lets you show off all your
champs and skins in an incredibly immersive way. We think this is so dope. We’re just
going to play this for a bit so you can enjoy it. We’ve got so much more to show you, but that’s everything for me for now. As you saw earlier, League on PC has
some huge plans ahead. But we’d love for you to join us on
the Wild Rift when the game releases in your region. We’re rolling out limited
alphas and betas in select regions later this year with plans to roll
out on most platforms in most regions globally by the end of 2020. So whether you’re grinding Ranked on Summoners Rift, popping poros in ARAM, going full Glacial in TFT, or squeezing in a game on the Wild Rift. We hope that there is a
place for you and your friends to dive into the world of League together. Ten years ago being an
eSports fan was hard. Tournaments were few and far between. Streaming was still in its infancy. When we held our season one tournament
at Dreamhack We had a hundred folding chairs half of them were empty But you tuned-in in mass A million on the stream And that show of force
gave us the permission to go big To lay the groundwork for a sport that
would be worthy of the passion from the players
and the teams and the fans. We saw the potential. But our journey was not without
setbacks and failures. Along the way, we faced our fair share of detractors. We often struggled to deliver an
experience worthy of your expectations But you, you continued to show up. A record shattering 99.6 million viewers tuned in to watch Invictus Gaming face off against Fnatic at last years World Championship. Today more than one thousand pro players on over one hundred professional esports teams compete in pro leagues across the world These organizations now mirror
more traditional sports orgs It’s coaches, analysts, personal trainers and sponsors. There are thousands of professionals
around the world whose full time careers are in the sport of League of Legends. In the years ahead you’ll see more
features like ProView and more blending of sports and entertainment with experiences like the Elder Dragon and KDA. Even if you’re silver in League you
can prove you’re a challenger to your coach in the new League of Legends
esports manager coming out next year. We’ll start with the LPL at the
beginning of next season and we’ll work to expand to other
leagues around the world You’ll see more investment into
studios like the one we’re in right now Which was developed to power not only our LPL league but also our 10th World Championship. A multi city spectacle taking place
in China next year. Now the next few years of esports will
no doubt be epic but more immediately. We’re just as excited about what’s
right in front of us. The 2019 World Championship 16 teams from around the world are competing in Berlin for the chance to raise the
Summoners cup. Top teams who survived the
group stage will travel to Madrid before completing their journey on November 10th at the 2019 World Finals in Paris. We are so grateful to all of
you for watching for supporting and for believing in the potential of League. We could not have done this without you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you to all of you for helping
make League of Legends a global sport. For all of you and all the support
you’ve put in a league of legends. Thank you so much. Even in the early days we knew
we wanted the league to be about characters with rich personalities, clearly defined
themes and deep gameplay. But we were all passion and heart with very
little practical expertise. Some of our early efforts managed to capture
something magical But we knew a lot of them had room to improve. We’ve always believed that we’ve made something
great when it resonates deeply with you all. All that love that you put into our world and the appreciation you show
when we get something right inspires us to keep trying. At first the League universe existed only within the game. Then we realized players
wanted to know more about the world but we were a little scared that we
were going to screw it up. So we invested in small experiments to try to get better. But now we’re entering a new era. You’re gonna see us try a lot
of different ways for you to engage with the world of League of Legends. From comics to novels board games Music videos, TV I know this all sounds little crazy but like with everything we do we’re going to look to you to
let us know what’s working and we’ll double down on those areas. See you in Paris. (humming) When the world’s calling you Can you hear them screaming out your name? Legends never die They become part of you Every time you bleed for reaching greatness Relentless you survive They never lose hope when everything’s cold And the fighting’s near It’s deep in their bones they’ll run into smoke When the fire is fierce Oh, pick yourself up, ’cause Legends never die When the world is calling you (the world is calling you) Can you hear them screaming out your name? Legends never die They become a part of you (they become a part of you) Every time you bleed for reaching greatness Legends never die So for the last 10 years we haven’t just been making League of Legends We always knew we wanted to make new
games eventually but not at the expense of the growth and the
needs of League of Legends. A lot of us spent our youth playing
shooters. Like really hard shooters. Strategy games Had a Street Fighter 2 machine. I love games that bring me somewhere new. One of my all time favorite games for example is civilization. The single player side, not the multiplayer side. Magic: The Gathering by far I’ve been a card game
player my whole life. I grew up playing lots
of classic adventure games. I play a lot of MMORPGs which tend
to last basically forever. I was going to the
arcade every day after school. I’ve been a dungeon master for 30 years. I think Riot is a collection of people that started as players, that wanted to make new experiences or better experiences so they became developers while remaining players. Whether you’re a tactical shooter fan, or fighting game fan, or strategy card game fan, you can count on Riot to support those needs. With a really, really
strong long term mindset. Even though we all love League of Legends, I think we also all love to imagine the possibility of what would it be
like to run around and explore the the world of Runeterra. How could we enable
experiences for players to go explore with their friends. I hope that in the same way when you
see a Disney movie and then you go to Disneyland and
getting to actually walk around and explore a space that you know really well feels so magical. I hope that’s the kind of experience that we can give to players. That feeling of actually seeing something and then going there in person and
wandering around as though it were real. We didn’t build League of Legends. Right? We started it, we seeded it and then
we built it with the community of players. The players have showed us ways to
play our game that we never imagined. And they’re continuing to do that. We just exposed a whole bunch
of information about what we’re making as we become, I think, more transparent,
that they will know that we are always thinking about them first. As a developer it’s such an exciting time. When you’ve been working on something,
sorta behind the scenes for such a long period time and you start to show it to the rest of the world to get feedback. About a month ago at EVO we
were able to share news about Project L with fighting game fans around
the world live and in person. That was a crazy surreal experience
because we’ve been working on this for a little while and we’ve always
had to be so secretive. What I think League of Legends players expect from this game is different, but in some ways harmonious with what I think fighting game
players expect from this game. Everyone wants a great game, but what
we’ve been seeing is that people are really excited to see Runterran
champions in a new light even from from a new camera angle. Making fighting games is really, really tough. These are intricate games to make and
while we’re a good ways towards making something that we think is really cool
we still have a long way to go. We’re going to go dark for a while
after this so please don’t expect anything soon but know that we’re here working
hard for you. My hope is that Riot continues on for many many
years and decades to come. As a company that players can count
on to have their back. We’re really excited to see how
people react. And we believe that there is an incredible opportunity to sort of make some player dreams come true and a bunch of new ways
and we hope we can do that. Hi everyone I’m Anna and I’m the executive
producer on one of those games you just saw codenamed “Project A.” We’ve talked about our philosophy on
developing new games here at riot but I figured we could also show you some. We’re making new games and this one’s different, so here it is. Project A is our character-based tactical shooter. It’s competitive. It has precise gunplay. It’s set on a beautiful near future Earth. And it has a lethal cast of characters each with their own unique abilities. This is our take on a competitive shooter. We promise that just like League we’re in this for years and years to come. With Project A we’re staying true to the high consequence gameplay of tac shooters. But we want to evolve the space. We want to tac shooter with more
creativity, more expression, and a lot more style. In project A your abilities create amazing
tactical opportunities for your gunplay to shine. We started with a crew of veteran developers who have a deep passion and a wide range of
experience in the FPS space. But it’s not enough to have the right team. We also need to solve the right problems. But what does that really mean? Well, we’re all tired of seeing our bullets not register because of low server tick rates. We keep hearing buzzwords like dedicated servers, but almost nothing about low ping or how the game plans to fight peekers advantage. But with Project A, we’re going big
on things like global infrastructure and netcode designed to go to war on peekers advantage. You’ll hear more technical details as we get closer to launch, but just know, we know these are critical things to get right. Now let’s talk about the cheaters. We know you hate second guessing if you really lost or someone was running on a aimbot or a wallhack. From day one, we have put anti-cheat
at the forefront of our development, and we will do whatever it takes to preserve the
integrity of your matches. We want to be firm in our commitment here because this matters to us and we know it really matters to you. And these are just some examples
of what we mean when we say we want to do a character-based
tactical shooter right. We’re keeping the fundamentals that
make the genre so so competitive, but also bringing some new additions. We’re going heads down for a while, but expect to hear more from us in 2020. In the meantime, keep an eye on our
Riot Games twitter feed for any updates and maybe a few cool teases. Thanks everyone. Hi I’m Jeff Jew. I’m Andrew Yip. And we have a confession. We’re making a card game. What? Okay, okay. We know what some of you
might be thinking: RIOT! There are plenty of card games. Why are you making another one. And we get it. We’ve been playing them since we were kids, so we’re super familiar with the
flaws of our favorite genre. Spending an entire paycheck just to try another deck. Over-the-top RNG deciding which player wins. Metas that get solved way too fast and cards that stay broke way too long. So we asked ourselves what if
we could change all that. We spent a lot of time
thinking about what we would do differently. And now we’re aiming to shake up
the card game formula by keeping what’s great improving what’s not and adding some new twists of our own. We’ve been hard at work making the best
card game that we can imagine. One that we hope players
everywhere will love and we’re super excited to
show you what we’ve got so far. Today we’re going to share three
things we hope will excite you too: How we’re bringing the world of
League of Legends to this game, What makes our gameplay unique. And finally, how you unlock cards. Let’s do it. When we decided to make
a card game in League of Legends universe, we knew where we had to start: The champions. Ask any league player and they’ll tell
you why, their main is the most badass, exciting and satisfying champ to play. Our goal is to make the Champions and Legends of
Runeterra live up to those expectations and then some. In the first set, you can choose from
24 champion cards to include in your deck, each with a unique mechanic inspired
by their original league abilities. Champions enter the battle as powerful cards, and if you play smart, they level up to become even more epic. These level ups are game changing moments, both strategically and visually. Champions are key cards to build your deck around but to take down the enemy nexus,
you’re going to need a team. Pick allies that support your
champ’s strategy to level up fast and take control of the board. And you have tons of supporting cards
to choose from. You’ll encounter some familiar faces, and discover completely new ones. Every card and character in the game comes from a region of Runeterra. At launch, you have access to cards from six major regions: Demacia Noxus Freljord Piltover & Zaun Ionia and the Shadow Isles Each region has a distinct playstyle and strategic advantage. But things get even more interesting when you combine cards from two different regions. There’s a deck for every
personality and play style. (YIP’S FAMOUS BIG ZED BUFF-ET) (SUPER MEGA DISCARD AGGRO) But it’s up to you to find the right cards
for your winning strategy, or a different kind of strategy. We believe the best card games are
the ones where you make meaningful choices and constantly interact with your opponent. While the worst ones feel like complicated solitaire. So we’re designing Legends of Runeterra to really focus on that back
and forth between you and the player on the other side of the screen. Each of you trying to anticipate the other’s move, and then beat them to the punch. You probably start with a strategy in mind and a win condition on the horizon. But as you alternate actions with your opponent, you’ll need to think quick
and make on the fly decisions. It’s all about finding opportunities to
predict what your opponent will do next, adapt your strategy, and achieve that ultimate outplay. The moment when you pull off your plan and make the move that wins you the game. In our experience, these moments are the best
part of a good card game, so we want to increase
how often they happen and ensure that there are
multiple paths to get there. Now we could spend hours
talking about all the ways you can win but they told us to keep
this video short. So here’s a few: In Legends of Runterra, It’s skill above all. No game is over until it’s over, and there will always be
new cards and strategies to discover. But there’s probably still a
big question on your mind… How do I actually get all these cards? We thought for a long time about what we, as players, would
want the answer to be. With most card games, it takes a lot of time, money,
or luck to get what you want. And if you only way you can get cards is at random that sucks. We think one of the most fun aspects of a card game is experimenting
with the different kinds of decks to find your style. And that’s really hard to do when
unlocking new stuff is too random or too expensive. So one of our top priorities is to give you
more choice in how you get your cards. To start, Legends of Runeterra is free to play. As you play you’ll complete quests and earn experience
to advance and automatically unlock new cards. But which region you unlock first is totally up to you. You decide where your cards come from
and can switch regions whenever you want. Which makes assembling your dream deck
a whole lot easier. We get how fun cracking packs can be, it’s
paying for the card lottery that really sucks. So the start of each week
you’ll also unlock chests from the vault. These chests level up the more you play.
They can also contain wild cards which can be turned into any card you want.
No guessing required. But we know sometimes you just want a guaranteed
way to get specific cards too. So instead of waiting for the right drop
you can unlock cards for your collection using shards you’ve earned
or coins you’ve bought. Bottom line, in Legends of Runeterra,
you’ll never pay for randomized packs and you have a bunch of different ways
to get the cards you actually want. No matter what, you’ll end up
with multiple decks for both casual duels and the competitive meta. We’re really excited to focus less on selling packs
and more on the things that make a card game great. Deep interactive strategy, frequent releases and balance updates, and endless experimentation. We hope that by focusing on
these things above all else Legends of Runeterra can grow to become more than
just a game. Like League back in 2009, we believe the journey is just beginning
and with your help we can create something incredible together. What you’ve seen today is a foundation which we
intead to build on for years to come. The full PC beta is coming in early 2020 and you can preregister for both PC and mobile, right now,
at PlayRuneterra.com We bought that URL right guys? dot com and I know we said we only have three things to share today but we might actually have one more. Are we ready? Guess we’ll find out. For the next five days we’re rolling out a special
preview patch of Legends of Runeterra on PC. Head to PlayRunterra.com and
pre-register for a chance to get access right now. You can also check out live streams on twitch to see more gameplay and link your Riot account to increase
your chance of getting access. A lot of things are work in progress
and we’re still developing the final features but we’re super excited for you all
to get a first look. And if don’t get a chance to play this
time around don’t worry. We’ll be back with another preview patch before the
end of the year. Thanks for watching. We’ll see you
next time, and until then we hope you enjoy your first peek
at Legends of Runeterra. We love it when we have the opportunity
to connect with all of you directly. And so much has happened since we all
started on this journey, over ten years ago that we really just wanted to take
a moment to say thank you. We’ve always aspired to be worthy of the
passion, the love, and the dedication that you all have for League, and we
are committed to bringing that same level of care, and attention to everything
that we do in the future. And I really want to
emphasize the thank you. For sticking with us through the ups
and downs of this journey. Through painful server outages and game breaking bugs. Our failures to listen and get certain things right. Tons of misfires and missteps. Not to mention about 72 different Ryze reworks. Because through it all we’ve built together, over the last 10 years, this game, this community, this sport and
this world of Runeterra And on that last note
we’re committed to finding ways to bring the stories from Runeterra to life and before we wrap we’d like to share a glimpse into one last
thing that we’ve been working on. FOR 10 YEARS WE EXPLORED DISTANT WORLDS AND SAW LEGENDS RISE A NEW ADVENTURE AWAITS FROM THE CREATORS OF IN 2020 RIOT GAMES PRESENTS AN ANIMATED SERIES EVERY LEGEND HAS A BEGINNING I’d like to let you in on a very important secret Power comes to those who will do Anything to achieve it It’s time to let the monster out ARCANE

100 thoughts on “10-Year Anniversary Celebration | Riot Pls: 10th Anniversary Edition – League of Legends

  1. i hate that present of runetera very much XD
    you two is so crazy LUL
    i think i konw my projectmanager's fell when i present like that :p

  2. It's true that we all flame riot games and say that the community is toxic, but honestly, im so happy to be a part of this community from the start and I can't wait to see where this all will go!! And as always GL HF!

  3. Me: Cant wait to see the MMO announce!

    Riot: Mobile League!

    Me: Nice, MMO now?

    Riot: FPS!

    Me: MMORPG?

    Riot: Legends of Runeterra Card Game!

    Me: Probably a mini game inside the MMORPG world!

    Riot: Ends the video

    Me: Guess I'm back in another 10 years.

  4. I would like to say thank you to Riot Games for making this happen. I'm 18 and a boy and I cried more than overall in the last 10 years. I could write a very long pharagraph about this, but instead I'm just gonna say. Thank you and please never stop, you are by far the best developer team out there!

  5. "what would it be like to run around and explore the world of Runeterra" 32:32

    i don't know such a beautiful word is exist.
    MAKE IT HAPPEN RIOT. PLEASE.

  6. i am legit in tears over this video, those new games, the update the animated serie, the Sana release, it all comes full circle, happy birthday League, and here's to the Future ding <3

  7. Feels like Riot actually hired someone who actually plays the game and cares about the game to make this celebration event..
    Nice

  8. Overrated.

    Don't fall for this stuff. All games are purely targeted to make money. There's nothing ingenious about them. No risks were taken to make something new and fun. Riot is just expanding their Esports list and their revenue outlets. They saw how much money cs:go, hearthstone, overwatch and street fighter were bringing and wanted a piece of the pie.

    The card game is a copy of hearthstone AND has PAY TO WIN mechanics (just buy the cards that are op/meta) that will make you rage in not time at other people's 200$ decks.

    The shooter is just overwatch mixed with cs:go, nothing crazy.

    Mobile League of Legends made purely for the huge mobile game chinese market.

    Fighting game and the Diablo-like RPG look good tho.

    I don't want to be a downer, just want them to make something interesting with the millions of dollars that they have. Not make copies of other games so they can get even richer.

  9. I'm kinda disappointed that the shooter game did not showcase the ranged champions of the game. Kinda excited seeing Teemo in a shooting game… LOL

  10. I will just say: I play it, my son will play it, my grandchildren will continue to play it !

    This is how a legacy begins

  11. Wrtiting this 10 minutes into The vid, but i've read the comments. Hey Riot, if you read this, everything you're announcing here is super duper Great, and I know this is A lot to ask, but could you balance this game as well, and as ambiciously, as you do everything else? You would literally have The Perfect Game on your hands if you did that, not even kidding. Happy 10th Anniversary, and I honest to God hope for at least 10 more.

  12. Thank god I play mid lane cause the new jg changes and the map changes to top/bot lane are definitely not something I’m really into

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