Riot Games reveals True Damage, the next virtual band following last year’s K/DA. They will also have a League of Legends skin line (in-game, optional, cosmetic outfits) as well.
True Damage consists of champions Qiyana, Senna, Akali, Ekko and Yasuo. These artists with their own unique musical and fashion style will have their skins purchasable 10 November. They will be performing in the Opening Ceremony, as presented by Mastercard, at 1:00PM CET prior to the League of Legends World Championship at the AccorHotels Arena in Paris, France.
Special Prestige skins have been designed for Qiyana and Senna, by none other than Nicolas Ghesquière, Louis Vuitton’s Artistic Director of Women’s Collections. Qiyana’s Prestige Louis Vuitton skin will release the same day as the True Damage skins for all five champions. Senna’s will be available early 2020. Play games during the Worlds 2019 in-game event to unlock Qiyana’s Prestige Louis Vuitton skin until 25 November 7:00PM CET. A capsule collection inspired by Qiyana’s and Senna’s Prestige skins will also be launched by Louis Vuitton, details soon.
Becky G, Keke Palmer, SOYEON of (G)I-DLE, DUCKWRTH, and Thutmose will be bringing True Damage to life, representing the members to perform their single GIANTS at the League of Legends World Championship Finals. Look forward to a new bop by Riot Games’ “True Damage”!
Jessica Nam, lead producer for League of Legends said:
When League of Legends was released ten years ago, none of us could imagine the cultural phenomenon that it has become. Now it’s clear that gaming sits at the center of pop culture, and we couldn’t be more proud to partner with such great talent to showcase what League represents to the world.
League of Legends has become one of the most popular PC games in the world, as well as esports leader, since its launch in 2009. The best League of Legends teams from 13 regional leagues compete in Worlds every year. Starting in Berlin, to the Madrid knockouts, the finals will culminate in Paris 10 November. The event attracted 99.6 million unique viewers last Worlds. There’ll be plenty yet to look forward to going by the 10th anniversary announcements too!