A gamer wrote a simulated LoL running on the web but Riot Games immediately asked to close.
Recently, a gamer created a LoL Game that runs on a browser platform. In this application, players can experience everything like the LoL version that Riot Games is creating. All are available in the LoL version of webgame.
Participating players will create opponents and teammates, using AI to receive information system. Basically, these bots have very high artificial intelligence, they can use the combos of generals like Riven or Lee Sin. You can even take part in a class match with details no different from LoL of Riot Games.
However, only two days after its launch, the system was immediately requested to shut down from Riot Games. Basically, the LoL that gamers created violated Riot’s copyright and intellectual property. Right from the name of the game to the champions appearing in the game are identical to Riot Games.
Share with Dotesports, this player is quite sad but also understands why his application is not allowed to work. “I’m sad about this but Riot Games has reason to close it. I don’t want to get into any trouble because LoL is owned by Riot Games. So I won’t argue anything. what “.
Many gamers have already experienced the suggestion that if the application violates copyright, their creators can completely rename everything. Instead of being called an emulated LoL, it should be changed to an emulated MOBA with different generals and recombinant pearls. Currently, when visiting the site, the words Coming Soon still appear …
It is not clear if Riot Games would like to completely shut down or buy to facilitate development work. In fact, the LoL simulator of the guy created will be very useful in many cases.
Even Riot Games can fully use it to create a new revolution called LoL Webgame, which can be a bold idea.