Longzhu sold to Chinese company Kingzone

Longzhu will officially be changing its name for the 2018 Spring Split, due to a change in ownership. Longzhu TV’s CEO plufriend broke the news: Translation: I wanted to wait a few days but it seems that... More

2018 LPL spring roster lock down

UPDATES New team: FPX/BLG/TOP/FPX ; Gone team: Newbee/IMay/DAN FanPlusX won the spot bidding official announcement(in Chinese) BSYY head coach transfer from DAN,veteran player&coach fro... More

Source: Karsa to join RNG in 2018?

Long time LMS star Hong "Karsa" Haoxuan made the decision to leave LMS region after his 4 years of serving in it. Karsa spent 3 years in Flash Wolves where he made his name internationally with his fierce jungl... More

Rekkles wanted to move to LPL in 2018

For a league of legends pro who has been in the scene since 2012, Rekkles's transfer list is rather short comparing to most pros, he has been and will always been Fnatic's wonder boy to his fans, but this year,... More

Get to know 2018 Demacia Cup

Tencent announced the schedule for the first Demacia Cup tournament earlier today. Demacia Cup What is Demacia Cup? Demacia Cup is a yearly tournament hosted by Tencent (League of Legends' Chinese operati... More

2018 Allstar LA Schedule Announced

Beijing time 4:00 pm, lolesports' weibo account published the schedule for 2018 allstar event, which will be held at LA's NALCS studio on Dec. 7th local time. For the full schedule(in Chinese), you can visit... More

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Leaving Team WE

Led by NAVER’s news piece (link) on Hoon exposing that he’s leaving Team WE and next year he will be looking for new adventure. Team WE decided to not hold their news any longer, and went on release the info th... More

Peanut Joins Longzhu For 2018

Broke off by founder of Longzhu TV - PLU Friend’s post on HuPu (a Chinese sports community app), a picture of Han “Peanut” Wangho in a Longzhu uniform: Credit: Tuwan Weibo Replies have gone wild and this pi... More

EDG Zet announces free agency

EDG substitute AD Carry Hae "Zet" Sung-min has announced his free agency on the EDG official Weibo account, after one year with the 2017 LPL champions. Formerly known as Cry, Zet was Rox Tiger’s substitute mid-... More