How League of Legends gained popularity…
When the MOBA gaming community was already hooked to Warcraft III and Dota, no one was expecting another MOBA game that could gain their attention. Then came League of Legends and took everyone by surprise. It was different, felt great to control, and was easier to learn than other MOBAs. Gamers immediately felt the need for mastering this game as they saw the potential in the game. It was especially Europe where LOL spread like fire, and every gamer was playing it in 2010 when its first international championship took place.
The game has an easygoing story and the maps the bright yet epic. The interface is userfriendly, and everything has a tutorial to help you out around the game. Until you reach level 5, you will be learning about the basics of the game, which is mandatory for all. You can play with low-level computer opponents to understand the gameplay before you are ready to play against real players.
There are plenty of champions to choose from with new champions getting added every season. There are over 148 champions in the game right now to play with, and each champion has a different ability and a role to play in the game. There are active esports events that happen each year which contain millions in the prize pool. Riot Games wants to encourage more gamers to take this game seriously, which is why they host multiple tournaments every year. But most of all, the game is free to play, so the gamers do not have to invest in the game at all. They only things that the players can pay for are the skins. Rest all the items in the games can be purchased with influence points and riot points which means the more you play the game, the more items you can unlock. Such great player experience and constant updates keep this game new and interesting all the time, which is the reason why it is so popular.