Netflix and Riot Games shared a new trailer for the League of Legends series Arcane to be released in the fall
League of Legends series Although Arcane was announced a long time ago, there were statements about some delays due to the pandemic process. Recently, a new and announcement trailer was released for the League of Legends series developed in partnership with Netflix and Riot Games. It is also stated in the trailer that the animated series will be broadcast on Netflix this autumn. To the published trailer and you can check out the official statement by Riot below.
League of Legends series Arcane trailer released
The series is the first TV series of Riot Games. Set in Riot’s globally popular League of Legends universe, Arcane is an animated series developed and produced by Riot Games in partnership with Fortiche Productions. Set in the utopian city of Piltover and the crushed underground city of Zaun, the story follows the origins of two legendary LoL champions and the power that cut them.
“The series promises an exciting visual feast”
Netflix Original Animation Director, Dominique Bazay: “League of Legends is raising enthusiasm and gathering fans around the world, and we are thrilled to be hosting Arcane, the first television series in this universe. The series is a thrilling visual feast that will get the audience up and down.” promises. ”
Shauna Spenley, Global President of Riot Games Entertainment, said: “Arcane was designed as a letter from us to our players and fans who want more cinematic experiences, diving deeper into the world and champions of League of Legends. Netflix, with the goal of delivering content, is the ideal partner to enable us to deliver Arcane to players around the world.
Riot Games continues to grow its global audience, both inside and outside the game. League of Legends 2020 World Championship, the esports leg of Riot Games, whose videos have more than 14 billion views worldwide, draws attention with its record-breaking views in many metrics. More than a billion hours of championship content consumed around the world made LoL the most watched esports on the planet, while the final match reached 23.04 million viewers per minute, reaching 45 million in the highest instantaneous viewership count.