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The 10 most streamed video games this week

The 10 most streamed video games this week We’re back once again with the top 10 most streamed games and most viewed channels across streaming services.After a bit of a shake up last week, things have returned to normal for the top ten streamed games and channels.

<b>League of Legends</b> – Over 10 sub-classes categorized for popular MOBA

<b>League of Legends</b> – Over 10 sub-classes categorized for popular MOBA [Source] As League of legends evolved over the years, developer Riot Games has been hard at work trying to categorize their huge roster of champions for players to easier understand them and their roles.Recently, it was announced there are now over 10 sub-classes in the popular MOBA, including awesome names such as “Vanguards”, “Battle Mages”, and “Enchanters”.

<b>League of Legends</b> – Asian popstar Jay Chou acquires Taipei Assassins

<b>League of Legends</b> – Asian popstar Jay Chou acquires Taipei Assassins Following the recent announcement that Asian popstar Jay Chou will be revealing his eSports team for League of Legends, the cat was finally let out of the bag earlier today.Jay Chou’s eSports company revealed it has purchased Taipei Assassins and renamed the team to Team J.

<b>League of Legends</b> – Tencent sues Chinese developer for IP infringement

<b>League of Legends</b> – Tencent sues Chinese developer for IP infringement Tencent, the parent company of Riot Games, recently sued a Chinese developer for IP and copyright infringement with regards to League of Legends.The accussed, a prominent studio known as GY Games, has a mobile game titled “Cutest Heroes” where the characters are visually similar to the champions found in League of Legends.

7 NA/EU players to watch in this summer's LCS split

7 NA/EU players to watch in this summer's LCS split After an exciting end to the spring split, several teams in both North America and Europe announced big shifts to their rosters.Here are the top players to watch from NA and EU for the remainder of the summer split.

China bans Internet companies from reporting news, tightens grip on media

China bans Internet companies from reporting news, tightens grip on media Today, the Chinese government took draconian steps to end such reports and prevent Internet companies from reporting news at all.Bloomberg reports that China has banned Internet companies like Sina Corp and Tencent Corp from any original news reporting whatsoever.

League of Legends mpetition heading to the Grand Final

League of Legends mpetition heading to the Grand Final The League of Legends Oceanic Pro League (OPL) is nearly coming to and end with the Grand Final taking place in Australia later this month.Tomorrow will see the semi-finals as four teams battle it out to see who can go on to the Grand Final.

'League of Legends,' chores and Red Bull: Life in an esports training house

'League of Legends,' chores and Red Bull: Life in an esports training house Josh Carr-Hummerston, 21, calls himself the "mum" of five grown men.Carr-Hummerston is the coach of The Chiefs, an esports team competing Saturday in the Oceanic pro league grand final for the multiplayer video game, League of Legends.

Oceania League of Legends champions crowned in Australia

Oceania League of Legends champions crowned in Australia The League of Legends tournament is now over for the Oceanic teams.The event took place at the The Courier-Mail Piazza in Brisbane on Saturday night with the Chiefs being crowned as the champions of Oceania.

Team SoloMid wins the 'League of Legends' NA LCS Summer championship

Team SoloMid wins the 'League of Legends' NA LCS Summer championship TORONTO — Team SoloMid defeated Cloud9 at the North American League of Legends Championship Series Summer Finals, taking first place in North America and automatically qualifying for the 2016 World Championships.Here are some of the best plays from the series: Cloud9 got the first blood and ended up with a 2-1 lead early in the first game, earning them a decent lead against TSM.

NZ League of Legends high school eSports mpetition is a success

NZ League of Legends high school eSports mpetition is a success Well the first high school competition happened in NZ and it was a success.The Grand Final took place NZGC's Hexedome in Parnell which is the country's first eSports venue.

<b>League of Legends</b> – New stream deal is worth at least USD 300 million

<b>League of Legends</b> – New stream deal is worth at least USD 300 million Riot Games announced it has signed a long-term partnership with BAMTech, a subsidiary of MLB Advanced Media, for the monetization and commercialization of League of Legends esports, according to Yahoo.The deal will run to the 2023 season, and is worth an average of USD 50 million per year.

<b>League of Legends</b> – Multi-billion tech giant announces team for 2017 LPL

<b>League of Legends</b> – Multi-billion tech giant announces team for 2017 LPL This was announced at the end of a 6-month long League of Legends tournament which Foxconn organized for its employees from all over China.The team is set to debut and compete next year in the much bigger and lucrative China LPL.

The most surprising team changes in pro 'League of Legends'

The most surprising team changes in pro 'League of Legends' Yes, 2017 is another year of some seismic roster changes.Dardoch spent his first pro year with Team Liquid and was honored as North America’s Outstanding Rookie in the 2016 spring split.

Pro 'League of Legends' teams in shambles after 16 Oceanic players banned

Pro 'League of Legends' teams in shambles after 16 Oceanic players banned Things are not looking good for the League of Legends Oceanic Challenger Series (OCS) after Riot Games banned 16 pro players from seven different teams for various Terms of Use infractions.The bans range from two weeks to spanning the entire 2017 season.

'League of Legends' creators sue cheating service, win $10 million

'League of Legends' creators sue cheating service, win $10 million Don't mess with League of Legends if you aren't prepared to pay the (really expensive) consequences.On top of the steep penalty, the creators of LeagueSharp received a court-ordered ban from playing League of Legends and any other future Riot games as well as an order to hand over their LeagueSharp-affiliated websites to Riot.

Get an early look at 2017's 'League of Legends' April Fool's Day skins

Get an early look at 2017's 'League of Legends' April Fool's Day skins Champions Alistar, Kog'Maw, Renekton and Kennen are all getting the April Fool's Day treatment next month and YouTube channel SkinSpotlights captured their glorious new skins in the game's public beta environment.Take a look at all the silly new skins coming soon to League of Legends below.

Gamer frustrated with his team smashes his head through his monitor

Gamer frustrated with his team smashes his head through his monitor A gamer in China who lost a League of Legends match was so mad with his teammates, he smashed his head through his computer monitor.The gamer was playing at an internet cafe in the city of Lanzhou.

<b>League of Legends</b> – Mega fan customizes 100-inch TV to view matches

<b>League of Legends</b> – Mega fan customizes 100-inch TV to view matches Recently, the media in China reported about a League of Legends fan who ordered a customized 100-inch TV to watch his beloved game.The mega fan is none other than Wang Sicong, the only child of Wang Jianlin, who happens to just be the richest man in China worth over USD 30 billion.

<b>League of Legends</b> – Fan customizes 100-inch TV to view matches

<b>League of Legends</b> – Fan customizes 100-inch TV to view matches Recently, the media in China reported about a League of Legends fan who ordered a customized 100-inch TV to watch his beloved game.The mega fan is none other than Wang Sicong, the only child of Wang Jianlin, who happens to just be the richest man in China worth over USD 30 billion.