After Riot Games made several game announcements during its 10-year anniversary event, it also reintroduced Your Shop to the League of Legends client. While players pick up their 10 days of login bonus gifts, they can also check out the returning feature.
League of Legends players will get a list of six randomly chosen champion skins at up to 70 percent off through the Your Shop promotion. While the skins are random, they are still customized based on a player’s recently used champions. This is done through Riot Games’ Discount Bot, which also customizes each player’s individual store to provide deals on skins. The discounts may include Legacy skins that aren’t available in the store.
In addition, players can receive a skin discount on a champion that isn’t owned by the player. If this happens, they will receive the same discount on the champion’s purchase price. Usually, Ultimate, Legendary, Limited, Gemstone, and other skins released in the last three months will not be issued through Your Shop. Fortunately for players, this edition of Your Shop will include Legendary skins that normally cost 1820 Riot Points.
During the 10-day anniversary announcement, Riot Games revealed players that had created their League of Legends accounts prior to the stream would be eligible for the aforementioned login bonuses. These gifts will be given out starting on Oct. 17 to players that log in and play games. The in-game cosmetic prizes range from Summoner Icons to chests, emotes, essence, prestige points, and Little Legend eggs for auto battler Teamfight Tactics.
The Your Shop feature will only return until Nov. 18 at 4 p.m. EST. There will be many other updates coming to League of Legends with patch 9.23 after the current ranked season. These include Drake changes, support items, Runes, and more.
What skins are you trying to pick up with this edition of Your Shop? We all know the better skins you have, the greater the skill of the player. Keep up with Daily Esports for all of your League of Legends coverage.
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