by Alleef Ashaari in
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During the League Of Legends 10th Anniversary livestream, Riot Games announced the LoL Esports Manager, a new business management sim game akin to the Football Manager franchise. Players will assume the role of a team manager leading a top-tier professional League of Legends team.

The upcoming game will provide players with the authentic experience of what it takes to run a pro esports team through major decisions that include decisions like strategy selection, pre-match bans and picks, and winning the off-season by building the best team possible.

There will be two ways to play LoL Esports Manager, either by experiencing an esports story through the eyes of a single protagonist or competing against friends and other players through ranked play.

What makes LoL Esports Manager more than just another game is that a portion of the revenues from the sales of the title will go back to pro teams featured in the game. It is slated to release for the LPL (League Of Legends Pro League) sometime in 2020, with players from other leagues to be gradually added post-launch.


 

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