Riot Games’ Riot X Arcane event, which celebrates the debut of the first animated series Arcane: League of Legends, brings together the whole gaming ecosystem for a month. From November 1 to November 30, players and watchers will see a variety of in-game actions in all of Riot Games’ games, as well as a number of media events.
The League of Legends World Championship, which has introduced some of Riot’s most popular music and entertainment events, will kick off the month-long celebration, according to Riot Games. The event will begin at 5:00 a.m. PT on Saturday, November 6, and will be streamed on lolesports.com, YouTube, and Twitch.
The Riot X Arcane Global Premiere, which begins at 15.30 UTC on the same day, will be streamed live on Arcane.com and on Twitch (through the Riot Games channel and Twitch broadcasters’ channels). The worldwide premiere event, which will take place at Riot Games’ headquarters in Los Angeles, will bring together more than 30 countries’ press and broadcasters while also providing a modern red carpet experience. Arcane is also the first Netflix series to feature interactive viewing for content creators, with the debut episode airing simultaneously on Twitch and Netflix.
The RiotX Arcane World event center, an exclusive digital event companion for gamers, has also been activated. Players can embark on a journey full of diverse stories, complete missions, and win in-game rewards in this area, which is updated weekly with new information. Goodies will be accessible starting November 7th, with more in-game rewards available starting November 15th. From November 1st through November 30th, Prime Gaming awards will be available.
In November, when Arcane’s inception is celebrated, the Riot Games environment is at its peak. Around 600 million players have played games in the League of Legends universe over the last ten years. In October of this year, 180 million people played games in the League of Legends realm, surpassing a company record.