News are out! Riot Games Twitch channel has officially exceeded the 1 billion barrier, as reported on their official Twitter account.
As you may, or may not, already know, the developer has been around some serious issues lately, most of them coming from community’s problems, and overall new meta disapproval.
However, let’s focus on the real subject, being Riot Games’ Twitch channel has also become the first one to reach the aforementioned amount, so years of streaming and loads of videos (around 1,700) make this seem like a great bulletin for the company.
We'd like to extend a thank you to the viewers for helping the @RiotGames @Twitch Channel be the first one to surpass 1 billion views. We could not have done it without your loyal support pic.twitter.com/2W69ix0CEJ
— lolesports (@lolesports) 24. kesäkuuta 2018
The news come very convenient when the North American League of Legends Championship Series games are still happening at the moment. It particularly was discovered when Fly Quest made a victory against Optic Gaming.
Shoutcasters took a time to thank everyone for the support during the event, including the most feasible fandom of all who, we assure, will continue to help that channel grow.
So, a channel that started back in 2012 has now cultivated its most successful award so far, making history on Twitch and for themselves. Congrats to them as well!
Competitions won’t stop, and Riot Games has stated, as in many of their divisions that broadcasting will continue to evolve, and will keep happening: We had already seen how other platforms such as YouTube have been ground for these transmissions.
North American LCS games will continue on June the 30th, available through the ESPN+ Service as well, so get ready for more fun, plays and dozens of new viewers.
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