Riot Games has something special planned to celebrate the conclusion of the League of Legends World Championship (Worlds 2017) this year.
Several high-profiled international musicians, as well as community musicians that have produced amazing soundtracks for the game in the past, are coming together for a live concert a day before the grand finals are schedule to take place.
“League of Legends Live” will feature the heavy metal band behind the popular Pentakill albums. Nicki Taylor, who sang “Worlds Collide” for Worlds 2015, will also be taking the stage. The artists behind a variety of musical themes for League of Legends champions such as Get Jinxed, The Curse of the Sad Mummy, DJ Sona, Star Guardian, Warsongs, and more are confirmed to be present as well.
Other notable performers will include The Crystal Method, Rainbow Chamber Singers, The Hollywood Chamber Orchestra, Yundi, TJ Brown, Lunity, and more.
The concert will run for 90 minutes and take place on November 3 at 4:30 a.m. PST at the Beijing National Aquatics Center. Due to limited seating, tickets will only be offered to the residents of China. Those who cannot attend the show in person will be able to enjoy the music live from the comforts of their homes.
The quarterfinals for Worlds 2017 will begin from tomorrow, with the semifinals taking place at the end of the month. The grand finals are scheduled for November 4.
The South Korean teams are looking strong like always. SK Telecom T1 is naturally the favorite to win its fourth championship. However, Longzhu Gaming is a name on paper that might surprise everyone by denying the most dominant team in the history of League of Legends.