League Of Legends Games Reach180 Million Monthly Players! Learn More Here

Riot Games are having a stellar 2021 owing to its impressive lineup of games across multiple platforms that are loved across the globe. To announce its latest milestone the developer took to Twitter to share that League of Legends games collectively reached an aggregated player count of 180 million registered users during the month of October.

Online publication PC Gamer contacted Riot to fetch more information about variables the company used in this metric.

This includes League of Legends, League of Legends: Wild Rift, Legends of Runeterra, Teamfight Tactics and Fight for the Golden Spatula (licensed in China).

Monthly active users (‘MAUs’) are defined as the number of players who accessed a game, and in this case, the calendar month of October. A player who accesses two of our games would be counted as two users.

Understandably, Valorant‘s registered users aren’t part of the figure since the title remains the outside Runeterra and LoL universe.

That said, securing such a massive audience is a dream come true for any game developer, and the one which many in the industry would enviously covet for themselves. Moreover, it perfectly sets up a promising launching pad for Riot’s upcoming League of Legends, which the creators confirmed is in development with the launch date still under wraps.

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That’s not it, many other highly anticipated IPs are still in the pipeline. Perhaps none more so than a story-driven take on turn-based RPG Ruined King: A League of Legends Story expected to launch later this year from Airship Syndicate. Whereas Conv/rgence: A League of Legends Story will offer a predominantly action-packed platformer from Double Stallion Games in which gamers explore the world of Zaun as Ekko, an ingeniously creative architect of a time travel machine capable of manipulating space-time quantum.

Furthermore, fans of the genre are looking forward to the eagerly awaited Arcane: League of Legends animated series scheduled to air on Netflix, on 6 November. The show centers Jinx and Vi, two of the most liked characters in Riot’s incredibly famous Massively Multiplayer Online Battle Arena role-playing game.

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