“League Of Legends” is turning 10 next month, and Riot Games is inviting everyone to celebrate the “biggest PC game in the world” via a celebration to commemorate the past 10 years of the game.

“League Of Legends,” the popular MOBA title that spawned some spinoffs and knockoffs including a mobile title in Asia, was first officially released on Oct. 27, 2009. It’s turning 10 years old this year, and game developer Riot Games is inviting everyone to celebrate “LOL” via a celebration to be held on Oct. 15.

Riot Games is going to hold a 10th Anniversary Edition Riot Pls that will be filled with livestreams and events that will highlight 10 years of “League of Legends.” The event will take a look at favorite “League” moments in the past, as well as share a glimpse of the game’s future.

During the event, Riot Games will also give players a first look at “LOL’s” preseason changes as well as a glimpse at “Teamfight Tactics’s” next big content update.

The game developers also announced that they still have a log of plans for the long-running game. In fact, the game devs said “LOL’s” 10th anniversary is “the perfect time to set the stage for the next 10 years.” The game devs then revealed the new look of “LOL’s” logo.

The new League Of Legends logo. The new League Of Legends logo. Photo: Riot Games

8 million players daily

Riot Games proudly claimed that “League Of Legends” continues to have millions of players on a daily basis. The game devs claimed that “every day we see about 8 million peak concurrent players,” which “makes League the biggest PC game in the world.” The game devs continued to say that this number is bigger than the top ten games on Steam “combined.”

PCGamer noted that “LOL” might not be the biggest PC Game considering that “Crossfire,” a “Counter-Strike” knockoff based in Asia, also sees 8 million peak concurrent players daily, according to a developer named Smilegate. This makes “Crossfire” the most-played FPS game to date. This information also makes it difficult to say that “LOL” is indeed the biggest PC game as of now.

Nevertheless, “League Of Legends,” a game that has been running for 10 years and still has that many players playing on a daily basis, even after countless updates that include buffing and nerfing characters, continues to be successful.