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About League of Legends

League of Legends (LoL) is a multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) game. It was published in November 2009, which announced that League of Legends had accumulated 32.5 million players worldwide, around 11.5 million of whom play monthly.

As for the gameplay, LOL is a fast-paced, competitive online game that blends the speed and intensity of an RTS with RPG elements. Players take the role of a Summoner, a spellcaster who summons Champion avatars to fight the enemies.

Players may choose from over 150 Champions to fight in 3v3 and 5v5 battles, with more battle maps being developed.With an ever-expanding roster of champions, frequent updates and a thriving tournament scene, League of Legends offers endless replayability for players of every skill level.

What are League of Legends Items?

In League of Legends, a plethora of exciting items awaits you, ranging from Chests and Keys to Little Legends Eggs, Champion Capsules, Blue and Orange Essences, and an extensive collection of LOL skins. Fortunately, some of these LoL items are tradable, offering you the opportunity to acquire them without having to spend countless hours grinding in the game. By purchasing these items through a trusted League of Legends item shop like MMOWOW, you can effortlessly enhance your gameplay while saving valuable time and effort. Here are the types of League of Legends shop items for sale we handle:

LoL Skins - League of Legends skins are the main cosmetic and can change everything about a champion from recoloring to unique mechanics, recalls, and reworked animations.

LoL RP - Riot Points is the main currency for shopping and unlocking in the in-game store. You can buy lol skins, experience boosts, and even change your ID with cheap LOL RP.

Little Legends Eggs - You can get Little Legends from Little Legends Eggs. Little Legends are TFT version LOL skins.

Chests and Keys - Players will get chests and keys from time to time as they play League of Legends. Open the chests to get rewards such as LoL skins or champions.

Why You Should Buy LoL Items?

In League of Legends,  there are over 160 unique champions and an astonishing selection of more than 1400 League skins for sale. Alongside these, players can collect the cute Little Legends and a plethora of other cosmetic items for customization. The sheer volume makes collecting them all a monumental task.

While purchasing these LoL items directly from the in-game store may seem like an option, the cost can be beyond imagination for most players. This approach may not be feasible unless you happen to be a billionaire.

Moreover, as League of Legends has been around for quite some time now, certain LOL skins appear outdated or less appealing compared to newer releases. Additionally, rewards obtained through Little Legends Eggs and Chests are random, making it challenging for players to acquire their desired League of Legends skins through these treasure chests alone. After all, no one wants to get Commando Lux from a hard-earned chest.

That's where direct purchases come into play as a smart solution. You can buy LoL skins directly from trusted platforms like ours at MMOWOW, which helps you bypass the uncertainty associated with randomized rewards and gain control over your collection. You can effortlessly obtain those rarest LoL skins that perfectly match your preferences without relying on luck or spending excessive amounts of time grinding within the game.

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League of Legends: Blue Essence Emporium is coming back

League of Legends: Blue Essence Emporium is coming back

Players expect the Essence Emporium to return in 2024, and it is expected to take place from May 30 to June 13, 2024, during the 11/14 patch. The rewards for the Essence Emporium are not completely known yet, but more information will be revealed soon. With the release of the new League of Legends PBE patches, new information has finally surfaced about when the Blue Essence Emporium is returning to League of Legends in 2024. In the Riot's game of League of Legends, there are two unique types of currency: RP - Riot Points which are used for buying skins and other cosmetics, and BE - Blue Essence that is used for buying champions and mastery levels . Although additional forms of currency like tokens gathered from events and Mythic Essence also circulate, they are not always available as RP and BE. RP, or Riot Points, are considered a premium currency, which can only be obtained by purchasing with real money. RP serves as a great way to acquire many items, skins, accessories and other content within the League of Legends game. On the other hand, BE, or Blue Essence, is an always available type of in-game currency. Players can collect BE through normal and everyday gameplay. This currency allows the purchase of champions, page runes and certain icons in the in-game store. Although with some changes behind the scenes, in 2023 Riot improved the Essence Emporium for League of Legends and brought back the event store, so that players could finally spend all the Blue Essence they accumulated while playing the game. Since it had two Essence Emporiums in 2023, players expect it to return in 2024 as well. The new PBE cycle has been released, and according to the signs and information coming out, we can expect Essence Emporium very soon. According to a report by Julex Gameplay, the upcoming Essence Emporium will take place from May 30 to June 13, 2024, during the 11/14 patch. The rewards for Essence Emporium aren't completely known yet, but we should know more about them soon. The above date is when Essence Emporium is expected to arrive in League of Legends. Visit our website MMOWOW to purchase League of Legends Accounts at the cheapest rate on the web. We offer quick delivery, safe payments, and 24x7 chat support. Other League of Legends services on MMOWOW League of Legends Items League of Legends Riot Points League of Legends Gift Card
League of Legends adds unpopular TPM 2.0 requirement

League of Legends adds unpopular TPM 2.0 requirement

LoL players with older Windows 11 systems may face difficult choices. Riot Games announced that it would implement Vanguard anti-cheat software in League of Legends (LoL) in late February or early March 2024. It eventually did so in LoL’s Patch 14.9, which Riot released on May 1. However, this change has caused some players to get the VAN9001 error and prevented them from playing the game. The development team knew the new software implementation would be a big issue with its player base, so they wrote an in-depth explanation of anti-cheat, Vanguard, and LoL about three weeks ago on the League of Legends blog. Nevertheless, many were still caught by surprise, especially those who bypassed the TPM 2.0 requirements when upgrading to Windows 11. Microsoft initially mandated the TPM 2.0 requirement to upgrade to Windows 11; however, you can easily bypass the TPM and other requirements, allowing you to upgrade from Windows 10 (or an even older version of Windows) without the necessary hardware. Vanguard requires an active TPM 2.0 if you’re running Microsoft’s latest operating system. According to mirageofpenguins, an anti-cheat artisan with Vanguard, “while Microsoft originally intended to require one for all new Windows 11 installations, their actual implementation of this enforcement was relatively weak and easily bypassable. We took them up on their original offer and instead elected to enforce it ourselves. So, a select few Windows 11 users may find their ability to play League is impacted, especially if you modified registry keys to bypass this requirement.” Riot also released a statement on Reddit, saying that about 0.7% of its LoL player base bypassed the Windows 11 TPM requirement, and a smaller 0.03% had issues with Vanguard. However, given that League of Legends is such a popular game, with over 133 million active players in the last 30 days, according to data from, this amounts to over 930 thousand and 40 thousand players, respectively. Players who do not have a TPM 2.0 module have two options to continue playing LoL: revert their computer to Windows 10 or buy new hardware. The former can be a huge hassle, while the latter involves spending hard-earned cash. So, it is usually more convenient to downgrade the operating system — further exacerbating Microsoft’s issue with Windows 11 losing market share to Windows 10. There have also been reports of Vanguard bricking some computers. Fortunately, it wasn’t an issue with the anti-cheat software; it was more about where Windows 11 was installed. Most TPM 2.0 activations require your computer to use UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface), which requires that your operating system be installed on a GUID partition table (GPT) instead of the standard BIOS that uses Master Boot Record (MBR). If you switch to UEFI without moving your OS from MBR to GPT, it will simply refuse to boot. Thankfully, Microsoft has an easy solution for that. Furthermore, Vanguard for LoL does not use SecureBoot, as it causes issues for many older hardware configurations. Since League of Legends has been around since 2009, some of its players might be using computers that do not support it, especially those with older video cards. If you activate SecureBoot and your GPU does not support it, it will not render anything, leaving your monitor blank after turning on your PC. You need to disable SecureBoot in your BIOS by attaching the display to your integrated GPU or reset the BIOS by pulling out its CMOS battery. Although Vanguard would cause issues for some players and is an annoyance for many, Riot says that it’s an inevitable need to keep League of Legends a fair and healthy competitive platform. This is especially true after Riot Games was hacked in early 2023, and the source code for League of Legends and a legacy anti-cheat platform were stolen. Vanguard anti-cheat and the TPM requirement are necessary frustrations for LoL players to keep everyone on an even playing field. But until cheaters stop ruining games for everyone, we will only keep seeing more stringent and invasive anti-cheat measures in the future. Visit our website MMOWOW to purchase League of Legends Accounts at the cheapest rate on the web. We offer quick delivery, safe payments, and 24x7 chat support.