From a trailer for its animated series to a competitive shooter.
But is it the biggest PC game in the world?
Following employee walkouts earlier this year.
Encourages developers to share their stories.
"Such restrictions are subject to change by the U.S. government."
Whose move is it next?
In testing from tomorrow.
UPDATE: Further staff action pledged.
"We don't want to be silenced."
League of Legends dev agrees to scrap mandatory arbitration, but only once current lawsuits are over
And initially only for new staff.
League of Legends studio staff reportedly planning walkouts as company blocks gender discrimination lawsuits
Riot says it's "committed to re-earning" trust.
E My Sports.
60 million YouTube views and counting.
"We cannot have ... a game which is promoting violence."
Rumble in the Jungle.
"... then we'll be Gucci."
You gotta be Kennen me.
What will happen nexus?
"I'm two months sober."
I predict a riot.
Four days of coverage from the eSports event.
UPDATE: Ban is "heavy handed and potentially damaging", G2A argues.
UPDATE: Company climbs down on 5500% price increase.
Agreed to level up another account for $1300.
"This is not how I raised him to be…"
Automated reform system seems to be working.
Swatting spree targeted girls who declined his friend requests.
Digs up offending chat logs, decides on ban.
Quarterfinals at Wembley Arena this October.
But sticks to his guns.
UPDATE: Removes restrictions, apologises.
Set across multiple cities and countries in October.
Maker of world's most popular game has created its own network in bid to combat ping disparity.
A three-part series focusing on StarCraft, Dota and League of Legends.
Riot's war on bad behaviour continues.
"After a while, these early choices began to create unexpected problems."
Mutes own Twitch Weekly video.
Is Britain really "in the grip of a gaming addiction"?
"Rife" with RP sellers, scammers and Elo boost spam.
To retain those after more than just money.
"It hurts to laugh :("
Lower than you thought?
UPDATE: KeSPA files lawsuit against team's match-fixing manager.
Dota write it off.
Riot says no reported incidents but monitoring anyway.
He's having a Riot.
"F*** me if I don't allow a little emotion to slip in."
"The way we chose to deal with this was clearly an overreach."
"These guys are professionals contracted to a professional sports league."
Riot insists Supremacy "one of many prototypes".
A "portion" of North American accounts compromised.
Pro players can now get working visas.
Presumably in anticipation of Sony dropping the bomb.
StarCraft 2 maker on the tipping point for professional gaming.
"The decision to impact someone's career is not one we make lightly."
DOTA? I MOBA DOTA.
Sort of like prison then.
"Is a sustainable career choice for professional players."
Riot apologises, promises to do better.
MOBA Money, Mo' Problems - Riot on pro-gaming, Spectator mode and the threat of Valve's Dota 2.
"He didn't go easy."
One of the top 5 PC games in US and Europe.
Riot Games launches new game mode.
1.4 million playing online RTS every day.
"This is not a perfect solution."
Territory now EU West and EU Nordic & East.
Try the DotA spin-off for free.
DotA-Allstars veterans confident.
League of Legends to blend genres.