Riot Forge will be publishing ‘League of Legends’ games made outside of Riot Games

Riot Games has announced Riot Forge, a publishing label that will develop new games in the League of Legends universe. Riot Forge will see the studio partner up with independent developers to create new games in a variety of genres.

Back in October, Riot revealed its plans to launch several games, including League of Legends: Wild Rift, Teamfight Tactics Mobile, Legends of Runeterra, a League of Legends fighting game, and an unnamed tactical shooter. The sheer amount of content Riot Games was positioned to create wowed fans, and Riot Forge should increase these efforts even further.

“As of now, Riot Forge does not cover things like tabletop and board gaming,” Riot Forge head Leanne Loombe told PC World, even though Riot has already made a highly successful entry into the world of board games with Mechs vs. Minions. If you want to Buy League of Legends WR Accounts, I think 5mmo.com is your best choice, after all, the site has been officially certified,so it’s very safe.

The announcement comes at a useful time for Riot with the company earlier this week paying a $US10 million settlement over the gender discrimination lawsuit, the largest in California’s history. That suit was the byproduct of a lengthy investigation from Kotaku into the company’s culture, which culminated in the company publicly reworking their company values, having their culture reassessed by consultants, a rework of their hiring and promotion processes, and the elevation of more women into leadership roles.

As for Riot Forge, the developer said that the publishing group already had “multiple titles in development” that would complement “the multiple new titles” shown off earlier this year, including League of Legends: Wild Rift, the Project A competitive FPS, Legends of Runeterra, and more. No release date or ETA was provided for when the titles might be released.