Hello everyone, I hope you are enjoying the VALORANT hype as much as I am. With the showing of another new game from Riot, its time to address the role these games will have on the subreddit. Here is where you can find all this information within our rules in case this post is too long to read.
Teamfight Tactics content will continue to be allowed on leagueoflegends at this time. However, you are welcome to discuss it over at TeamfightTactics as well. We have opted to allow this due in part to its inclusion within the league of legends client, as well as its branding as a game mode.
Legends of Runeterra
Legends of Runeterra content will no longer be allowed on leagueoflegends, but due to the shared universe lore stuff from the game is allowed.
We opted to disallow this content because Legends of Runeterra is its own, standalone game. If you want to discuss it, check out LegendsOfRuneterra
Wild Rift is a trickier one, as its a mobile/console version of League of Legends. At this time, we will continue to allow its content on leagueoflegends, but you are also welcome to join the community on wildrift.
When a beta comes around, we will be doing a sticky of the announcement similar to the one we did for VALORANT. When the beta launches, we will discuss further internally on how to handle this content long term.
Projects L and F
So far these are unnamed projects in the League of Legends/Runeterra universe. Not much is known about them beyond that and a few clips.
We will be allowing significant news and announcements about them until the games are named and in beta. At that point, we will be disallowing the content around them, and push discussion to whatever subreddit they have.
VALORANT (Project A)
Here is our announcement on this game, but I'll save you a click.
VALORANT content is not allowed on r/leagueoflegends, it is its own game and not within the League of Legends universe. You are welcome to check out VALORANT to discuss the game there.
This isn't a change, more a reminder. Here is our current rule on stuff as it relates to Riot Games as a whole:
Significant news relating to Riot Games as a company is allowed (even if it does not have a direct bearing on League of Legends).
So big news is allowed, but Riot adds new dope ass tree near front door isn't. If you want to discuss all things Riot Games, check out riotgames
Some Miscellaneous stuff
- Fanart derived from other games is allowed so long as members of the League of Legends cast are present.
This means that if you have a cool fanart of Jinx as a VALORANT character, that is allowed!
- We are adding (soonTM) a new Other Riot Games section to the sidebar on new and old reddit. From here, you can have easy access to the main site, twitter, and subreddit for all Riot Games'.
Now, I know that was a long ass post, so I hope y'all stuck with me. We will be around below to answer questions, so let us know what you think!
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