What I enjoy most about League of Legends
The 4 reasons why I can't seem to uninstall League of Legends and the amount of love I have for the game
Panas | April 9, 2017 | By The Hound

Hound & Ikuto

I’ve been playing League of Legends since the end of Season 2 and have been involved in the esports production side as a shoutcaster since the beginning of Season 6. In all honesty it’s been a bumpy ride filled with it’s fair share of ups and downs, tilts and so on. But what thing seems to be a recurring theme when it comes to doing what I do, whether it is playing League of Legends or casting it, I have a tremendous amount of fun doing either.

But the S.E.Asian region is a region most community members consider a meme
(quoted from a TLC professional player)

Although I agree on several aspects in context with the region to be a meme, it does have it’s shining moments! Listed down below is reasons why (in no particular order) I can’t seem to uninstall League of Legends despite the sea of salt and the stage four cancer my ego has suffered…….

League of Legends community

  1. The Community

    While some consider the community as toxic (I disagree, salty is a definite yes but toxicity is not as bad as another certain MOBA game out there) the League of Legends community for the most part are very supportive of one another and very in touch with the variety of updates that Rito Games does for the game, although there are some bad eggs within the community, the general consensus is that most League community members here in Malaysia are a friendly bunch and are more than willing to jokingly rub some salt in your eyes and type “GGEZ” at end game (the BM’s are real bois!!!!)Summoner's Rift

  2. The Evolving Landscape of Summoner’s Rift

    Being a player since the end of Season 2, I’m quite thankful to witness first-hand the changes and evolution of Summoner’s Rift both aesthetically and mechanically. Rito has always kept things fresh by adding interesting objectives and interactions within Summoner’s Rift and because of the ever changing landscape the game has stayed relevant as one of the premier esports in the world!Champion Roster

  3. New Champions & Reworks

    I’ve always liked the amount of hard work Rito puts into balancing and reworking champions to make them relevant with the ever evolving META, from community feedback to outright gathering the stats, Rito has always been at the forefront of pushing “champion identity” and giving champions “meaningful strengths and weaknesses” with the variety of champions always expanding (at time of publication there has been a total of 134 released champions) Rito doesn’t seem to be slowing down in terms of expanding the roster and reworking champions (still waiting on an Urgot rework though)League of Legends esports

  4. The Growing Esports Scene

    Being the pioneers of esports broadcasting, League of Legends till this day boastsĀ some of the most impressive viewership numbers in the esports community. Every year close to 400 million (according to statistics provided by lolesports.com) unique viewers tune in to watch their favourite teams battle it out at the League of Legends World Championship and with the number of viewers (and players) growing each year, the rapid growth of esports is something no one can ignore.

So there you have it, a very brief and short list of what I love about League of Legends and why despite the terminal cancer my ego has sustained and the amount of salt rubbed in my eyes I can never quit on League of Legends and how I consider myself very lucky to be a part of a vibrant and colorful community of unique individuals that come from all walks of life!

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