In 2018, the Army missed its recruiting objective for the very first time since 2005, a fact caused by a strong economy and also because of a slowdown in conventional recruiting methods, such as cold calls. Currently, the US government is testing out a brand-new technique for signing up military personnel, looking not only on

It’s 2018 and League of Legends is still all the rage in multiplayer online battle arena gaming. It just keeps getting better. But with the so many characters (champions) to choose from and a huge and oftentimes critical community, the game can be intimidating for new people to get into. We’re here to change that.

I still remember the first time I was introduced to League of Legends back in my freshman year of college. This wasn’t too long after the game came out, so I was still pretty new to the game. I was playing a champion who wasn’t meant to be jungler, and I wondered why my teammates

There’s never been a better time to play League of Legends, and if you have family and friends who haven’t yet taken the plunge into serious gaming, it’s a great time to introduce them now. League is a casual enough game that almost anyone can get into playing it—the game is addictive by nature, and

The History of MOBA Games

Friday, 03 March 2017 by

A lot of players didn’t get the chance to start out with earlier incarnations of MOBA games. MOBAs like League of Legends and DOTA 2 are part of a long legacy of quick, action-oriented strategy games which put the emphasis on a single champion rather than an army of controllable units—but anyone who plays League

The Origins Of The Boosting Industry

Wednesday, 07 September 2016 by

The boosting industry got its start around the same time that League of Legends was released. Although it was nowhere near as large then as it is today, a dedicated few made various account services available to a flourishing community of players who understood that League was a good enough game to one day become