Dim the lights, set the stage and get your autotune ready: new K-Pop skins are coming to League of Legends. The nine-tailed mage Ahri is voiced by Miyeon from G I-dle. As the Rioter mentioned above, the group that created this music video is the same one that brought Pentakill back together, another line of League of Legends skins that were made with metal influences in mind and have put out so far. Michelle is a Content Producer in the realms of innovation and technology. Each champion was given a special backstory that goes with their skins, as well as a real-life counterpart. My League name is muumuse. Stepping up to the stage with a fox tail and knee-high boots is enough to jumpstart you to superstardom.
The YouTube video hit 13 million views in 48 hours, Riot said. Akali makes appearances next to other street performers in cities she is visiting. Those champions have skins, which you can purchase with your hard-earned money. She's a diva who drives divisiveness in the media—they love her one day and hate her the next, her name a permanent fixture of tabloid headlines. Even K-pop has been invaded! I'll admit that all of this goes a bit okay, entirely over my head. Ahri is a nine-tailed fox mage League champion — and is one of the most well known champs in the game. Former C9 mid laner Hai even managed to get a selfie! I'll admit that all of this goes a bit okay, entirely over my head.
Riot Games Akali, the girl with the neon mask, is the champion everyone has been buzzing about. Gamology — The Best of Gaming and Gamespot fared similarly while finishing third and fourth on the month, respectively. R: To protect me from copyright Read the description its been there C: Sion's dance isn't a Kpop reference R: Read the description its been there C: What's the first song? My long-time favorite K-pop star and role model is BoA, the Queen of K-pop herself! The group is Korean and American musicians. Read about the , as well as the upsets that happened on. As the Rioter mentioned above, the group that created this music video is the same one that brought Pentakill back together, another line of League of Legends skins that were made with metal influences in mind and have put out so far. There's a more conventional available too, but after these other two videos, there's not much point to it.
How awesome would it be to see Nintendo or Capcom or Sega drop a glitzed-up single as a marketing ploy? Michelle brings a unique insight into esports innovation and draws many parallels between the physical world of sport, and the digital world of esports. Thus it comes as no surprise that K-pop makes another return to the beloved video game. Dim the lights, set the stage and get your autotune ready: new K-Pop skins are coming to League of Legends. Heechul cosplayed as the blind monk Lee Sin while Shindong turned into the sexy and foxy Ahri. These skins drop a spotlight on the champion whilst they dance and are taken back to home base.
After rising to fame as a , Ahri tossed aside her girly and young look to reveal her new self: a high fashion, elegant, and stunning celebrity. Riot doubled down on that with the release of a full-length, neon spectacle music video that puts the skins front-and-center. A story to leave the void behind, and fall into the steps of life. Ahri and Run Devil Run Popstar Ahri and Genie Syndra and Hoot Riot really loves Girls' Generation. . The brand also had its busiest month on Instagram since June, with 6. New animations and sounds come complete with the new skins.
It's Parky1, allkpop's newest intern. She has a passion for gaming and combines this with her experience in a range of industries. She is close to few people and very protective of them. Ultimate, League of Legends, Overwatch, and Red Dead Redemption 2. It's a catchy tune for sure, but a real performance by pretend people who, as I understand LoL, spend their time outside of the band trying to kill each other is a lot to take in.
For the opening ceremony, Riot Games decided to bring fiction and reality together by having its fictional band perform alongside a real one. Riot Games What is this for? To break this down for the non-LoL-speaking nerds, League of Legends has different characters. The group includes real K-pop artists from G I-dle, and the YouTube video premiere picked up over 120 million views, with a V3 score views in the first three days after publishing of 30. And if you have no idea what I'm going on about, well, now you know how I felt the first time I watched this video. Actually, I would be totally on board for other game companies to use this strategy. Gaming brands and media continue to grow via social video as the demand for related content also soars by the month.
With a background in both science and arts, Michelle writes extensively on a range of topics including innovation, startups, corporate culture, esports, business development, and more. Riot Games Evelynn is usually a purple demon lady who runs amok in a shadow form, out of sight of enemies, and then pops out of nowhere to assassinate them. It will then make its way into the full game later this month in the 8. During the opening ceremony for the Finals at the World Championship, an on-stage performance featured augmented reality technology to put the four champions on the stage with the artists. The skins seemed to be based on the popular K-Pop dance group BlackPink, but my limited knowledge of the scene keeps me from proving this theory.