From 2023, Riot Games will officially take over League of Legends in Vietnam, which promises to bring surprises to players.
After the official announcement about the takeover of League of Legends from 2023 in Southeast Asia in general and in Vietnam in particular, Riot Games’ representatives shared and offered promising development plans. appointment in the future. Specifically, in a recent interview, Riot Games CEO Alex Kraynov in the APAC region shared about the idea of designing champions and events in League of Legends based on Vietnamese culture as well as neighboring countries. close.
He shared: “Vietnam and Southeast Asia are one of the areas where Riot wants to focus on designing in the most consistent and authentic way. With the goal of covering all regions of the world, we needed to understand the local players well. So the champions, in-game events, and global campaigns that have been released all work very well when it comes to that!”
“With stepping stones, we affirm that we will not pass up the opportunity to do something for Vietnam in the future. Riot Games will continue to listen to the wishes and requirements of the Vietnamese player community, and will try to make it a feasible plan.” Riot representative added.
In recent years, to ensure that they are inspired by a variety of cultures, Riot has always prioritized the release of human-shaped League of Legends champions. For example Samira from Persia or Viego from Spanish cultural inspiration. Therefore, the community is looking forward to a champion whose design is inspired by Vietnamese culture.
Let’s wait with the Tin Game Channel to see if Riot really launches the Vietnamese League of Legends champion or not!