Play some games at Riot Games’ new hub while waiting for your flights!
Christmas season is on the way, which means that millions of people across the world will be traveling to see friends and family. A large portion of those visitors will be flying, which typically entails connecting flights during such a busy season at airports.
Fortunately, for those travelers passing through South Korea’s, there is a new way to pass the time there. While waiting for their trip, all passengers will be able to play League of Legends and/or VALORANT at a new Riot Games hub within Incheon Airport.
The cutting-edge center is filled with amazing artwork, featuring two full-size sculptures of League champion Ahri and VALORANT agent Jett. Visitors may also take part in entertaining mini-challenges such as aim training in VALORANT, and personnel at the hub will hand out free swag and prizes.
There’s also a lot of sculpture artwork around the stand, such as Braum, Miss Fortune, Evelynn…, giving Riot’s blockbuster titles a fresh and unique viewpoint.
Riot Games Experience Zone, as the name suggests, debuted in October. Riot Games Korea CEO Jo Hyuk-jin stated in June that he wanted to bring more people closer to Riot Games. Now, passengers passing through South Korea may play two of Riot’s most popular games before their flights.
Riot has taken another significant step toward gaining higher access for its titles and organization. With over 130 locations and millions of passengers passing through each year, Incheon International Airport is South Korea’s largest airport and the new airport hub will no doubt attract even more fans to come and experience.