A new League of Legends server has been launched in China, featuring enough incentives to make players from other regions green with envy.
The server is named “Baron’s Territory” and is the first one in the region that can be accessed by players using China Telecom, China Mobile, and China Unicom.
To attract the masses, the server administrators are advertising a whole slew of limited rewards that are linked to various fairly achievable milestones.
To begin with, creating a new account on the server within the first month will grant 2888 IP, a Triple EXP Boost and Team IP Boost for the entire month, and Double IP Boost for the weekends.
The first 50,000 people to create accounts on the server will get to choose a skin from Lord Aurelion Sol, Ironscale Shyvana, Dragonslayer Vayne and Dragon Trainer Lulu. The first 10,000 people to create accounts will also get King Rammus, a very rare skin on the western end. Further adding to that, the first 1,000 people to create accounts will also get to keep Goth Annie.
Coming over to the leveling rewards, there is a special Hextech chest every five levels:
- Level 5: Double IP Boost and Double EXP Boost for one day, Ward skin shard
- Level 10: 4-win IP Boost and 4-win EXP Boost, Ward skin shard (7-day rental)
- Level 15: 4-win IP Boost and 4-win EXP Boost, Ward skin shard (14-day rental)
- Level 20: Double IP Boost and Double EXP Boost for one day, Ward skin shard (14-day rental)
- Level 25: 10-win IP Boost and 10-win EXP Boost, Skin shard (7-day rental)
In addition, reaching level 20 on an account will net you a free champion while maxing out an account to level 30 within the first month will get you a random champion skin.
While the free champion rotation usually recycles 10 new champions every week on other servers, Baron’s Territory will instead feature 23 champions. This will make sure that players always have an abundance of champions to choose from, giving them the freedom to spend their hard-earned IP on Runes and Rune pages instead.
With the addition of the new server, China now boasts 28 League of Legends servers in total. In comparison, the rest of the world hosts just a dozen official servers.