The game League of Legends is an online multiplayer battle arena, inspired by games like Warcraft III. Riot Games develop the video game, and it follows a freemium model. It was released in 2009 on Microsoft Windows and macOS.
In the League of Legends (also known as LOL), the players have the role of an invisible “summoner” that controls a character. The character has unique abilities and is battling against a team of other players. The goal of the game is to destroy the opposing team’s “nexus.” Nexus is the structure, the heart of a base, who are protected by defensive structures.
Moreover, Twitch Rivals is a series of the tournament made for the Twitch streamers and viewers. This channel is the home of the studio shows, servers, and streamers. You can tune into the channels on live competitions, an event, or participate at the action.
On March 27, 2019, a Twitch Rivals completion has started. This time the match is on League of Legends (LOL), with 60 streamers divided into two teams of 30 players. Each game will begin with a rotating set of players from each group. After the final results, each team will decide on a player who will represent the team of Noxus, and the team of Demacia in the final. The reward of the match is $50.000 prize pool.
However, we have some results for you for the entire event.
- In the Twitch Rivals League of Legends Standings, the Grand Final Match – Noxus(1) vs. Demacia(2).
- In the Jungle, DisguisedToast is number one with 2800.
- In the Mid, Voyboy is first with 2600.
- In the ADC, loltyler1 is setting the top with 4300.
- At the Support, we have Bustin with 2800.
Consequently, the final standings and results will be determined by the 30 players from each team. They will have to give all they got with the skills they know for each Lol role. Because if a player is in the top, his place is secured in the final match for the event.
For more information visit Twitch Rivals web page.
Joe Peterson was born and raised in San Francisco. He has contributed to Discovery Magazine, Cottage Country Magazine and Tech Insider. As a journalist for Swerd Media, Joe mostly covers national news. Aside from earning a living as a freelance journalist, Joe also spends much of his time training for ultra running.