Riot Games in Korea is working hard to improve the quality of League of Legends tournaments for fans to follow more meticulously and in detail.
Up to now, League of Legends has spent more than a decade developing both games and the field of Esports. In it, Riot Games has constantly improved the quality of tournaments with new features such as Baron effect timer, soldier cooldown, damage inflicted in combat, etc. Currently, Riot Games too. Games Korea is also working to improve the experience of watching League of Legends tournaments in this region.
More specifically, recently, the 2nd place tournament of Korean League of Legends – LCK CL has been tested with new features to help audiences watch more content at the same time.
For example, in the first minutes of the match, the monitor screen will be divided into 3 different parts to help players track all 3 lines at the same time. This way, the gaming community will not worry about missing the solo kill phase, and at the same time can closely monitor the ability to lane between players, between different champions.
In addition to Korea, the Arab region has also experimented with this tracking mode with 2-3 divided screens at the same time, so that viewers can closely monitor advantage skills, jungling ability, the timing of eye plugs, etc. of professional players.
According to many gamers, after testing at the LCK CL, this feature will soon be officially used in the LCK tournament.
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