League of Legends’ influence in the Eastern and Western world is indubitable.
In 2020, the game generated $1.75 billion in revenue, with a monthly active player base of 115 million. Not every game can be considered the main esports title and maintain those numbers after 10 years of release.
That’s why we’ll answer the most Frequently Asked Questions about League of Legends.
How to Find Friends to Play League of Legends With or Against
As every other gamer, we have answered questions for, League of Legends is also more fun when played with or against friends or teammates.
So, this is what you have to do if you’ve been looking for groups (LFG), teams (LFT), or clans (LFC) lately.
A) In-game Friend Request
There are two ways to add League of Legends players:
- On the game client: Once you log in, you will be able to add players as friends by clicking on the “+” sign, right next to the “Social” tab text.
The following screen will pop up, asking to add the Summoner Name or Riot ID of your new friend. It also shows a list of players you “recently played with.”
For those who don’t know: Riot ID is a code made of two parts (in-game name + hashtag followed by three-to-five numbers or letters. You can check yours on Riot Games’ official website and change it for free every 30 days if you wish to do it.
If you ever change your Summoner’s name, your ID will change as well.
- After the match: The option to add players you have recently played with is available at the end of every match (no matter the game mode). Here’s how you do it: