Riot Games Korea Roll Park Special Art Exhibition In Celebration of League of Legends Anniversary

What is League of Legends?

League of Legends is a multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) game where two teams of five players face off across three lanes. Players can choose from a variety of champions with different powers and abilities. It has been one of the most popular games on the market since 2009.

What is the goal in the game of League of Legends?

League of Legends is a video game in which players take on the role of a champion. The goal in the game is to destroy the other team’s nexus. To do this, players have to prepare their players, summon their champions, have them move on the map, and attack the other team’s base.

When playing League of Legends, players enter a “lane” with the objective to destroy their enemy champion’s turret. The player does this by attacking the minion waves that appear every couple of minutes in front of them and destroying their enemies’ turrets. By destroying turrets, the player earns gold, experience, and eventually a higher chance of winning the game.

Some players use third party applications like the Devilscript to gain basic tips, improve their game, and make them aware of the dangers waiting.

League of Legends Art Exhibition

In the last quarter of 2019, Riot Games Korea (CEO Park Jun-gyu) held an art exhibition ‘League of Legends (LoL)’ at ‘RoL Park’ in Jongno, Seoul.

The event was a free exhibition prepared in collaboration with a total of 10 artists to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the release of LoL. LoL world view (universe) is unraveled with contemporary art.

Famous contemporary artists such as 08AM (8 AM), Graplex, Mr. Unknown, Kim Jeong-Yoon, Buwon & Ha Jong-hoon, Sam By Pen, Seo In-ji, Rtime Joe, Choi Mi-Kyung, Hands in Factory, etc. participated in the exhibition. They reinterpreted LoL champions, universes, game screens, and game culture and created works that contain their own individuality..The work consists of flat, three-dimensional exhibits, animations, installations, and large murals. The special booth displayed the LoL Nexus and Zoetrope, which depicts the champions.

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Activities During The Exhibition

Riot Games Korea prepared an event for visitors to the exhibition site. During the exhibition period, commemorative postcards and sticker kits were provided to all visitors, and a ‘Welsh Corki’ skin was also provided for those who have posted a photo of their appreciation of the exhibition on Instagram with a specific hashtag.

During the exhibition period, daily experiential programs were also held. LoL form balls were provided to all participants by preparing the ‘My Own Chroma Skin’ program that allows users to create their own skin through LoL skin coloring. The ‘Stamp/Pixel Art Program’ completed the work by printing color stamps on paper. And the ‘Docent Program’ provided commentary on the exhibited works.