Riot Games will celebrate the start of the new year with a bumper streaming event this week.
Offering new information on all four of the developer's League of Legends universe titles, the event (dubbed "Season 2021" aims to celebrate the last year while also looking ahead to new content.
Here's all we know.
- Start Time
- How To Watch
- What To Expect
Riot Games Season 2021 Stream
Riot's event will kick off on Friday, January 8 at 3 PM GMT and will last an hour.
How To Watch
The event will be streaming on the developer's Twitch channel.
You can find it here.
What To Expect
Riot has confirmed that it will feature content from League of Legends, Legends of Runeterra, Teamfight Tactics and League of Legends Wild Rift.
Interestingly, Riot hasn't mentioned Valorant, nor hinted at The Ruined King being part of the event.
League of Legends
As the biggest game on show, expect League of Legends to get a fair amount of time to shine.
With patch 11.1 expected to go live on January 6th and bringing huge changes to Champions, it's very likely that Riot will be showcasing the tweaks.
Legends of Runeterra
Riot's endlessly addictive card game had a great 2020 follow its launch in April, and subsequent expansions have added the regions of Bilgewater and Targon.
Could it be time for a new region, with new champions, too? Here's hoping.
Riot's auto-battler is close to kicking off its Festival of Beasts event, so expect some footage of new champions and skins to be found in the Battle Pass.
For more on the event, check out our guide here.
League of Legends: Wild Rift
Wild Rift's 2.0 patch is here and it'll add new Champions, but it'll be interesting to see who else is coming down the pike in 2021 for the mobile MOBA.
The roster of over 40 characters pales in comparison to League of Legends' over 100 – could we see some fan-favourites announced?