Riot Games & Red Bull Announce A League Of Legends Gaming Series

Riot Games and Red Bull came together to announce they are launching a new League Of Legends esports gaming series. The Red Bull Power Spike will kick off next week, in partnership with tournament platform Battlefy. All members of the official League of Legends Discord channel in the United States can participate in daily 1-v-1 tournaments, with a series of unique prizes on the line. Everything will kick off on April 27th, and all you have to do to sign up is to be a part of the Discord channel. Which if you're not a member, you can join here. After that, you just head to the Red Bull Power Spike channels where you can find a  complete set of rules, FAQ, match results, and other info. The tournament is a nice alternative for players both mature and pro to get involved with an LoL competition without having to leave their homes during the coronavirus outbreak. Best of luck to everyone who enters as we wait to hear what the prizes will be.

Red Bull Power Strike will kick off on April 27th.
Red Bull Power Strike will kick off on April 27th.

Red Bull Power Spike brings electrifying content that all US League of Legends players can participate in and enjoy, while offering new ways to experience competitive tournaments all from the comforts of their homes. Official League of Legends Discord members can sign up and compete in daily 1v1 tournaments for hard-earned bragging rights and obtain the exclusive Discord role and title, "Red Bull Power Spike Winner."

"Riot Games continues to find new and entertaining ways to bring League of Legends gameplay to homes across the US," said Chris Greeley, LCS Commissioner. "We are extremely excited that our ongoing partnership with Red Bull allows us to bring this unique tournament series to life, and act as a conduit to bring the gaming community closer together."

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