Riot has officially announced that the League of Legends games have collectively reached a total of 180 million active players.
A recent announcement from the Chinese National Press has imposed strict restrictions on the consumption of online video games for minors.
Players can opt-in to the new moderation system or stop using voice chat.
Not much information is known for the upcoming title, however.
Try as one might, instinct overrules all reason in some multiplayer games.
Soft ranked resets, a new Champion, and more are coming.
Project L will see League Champions battling it out while Project A is a new IP.
The popular game gets a revised version for consoles and mobile.
New details on the future coming at the MOBA's 10th anniversary celebration.
The mobile version has reportedly been in development for more than a year.
How do some titles command so many hours of playtime across a variety of genres?
Some new data from SuperData shows the increasing popularity of Fortnite.
It's time to face the truth, no matter how bitter it may be.
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds makes huge inroads, too.
Bluehole's Battle Royale title hits nearly 25 percent of player base in Korea's PC bangs.
That's if the developer plays its cards right according to creator Brendan Greene.
What's a funny joke to some trolls is actually harmful for everyone.
Does replayability make a game worthwhile or a wide range of unique content?
Riot will be updating its popular MOBA with a brand new interface and much more.
The bug was apparently undermining the whole experience.