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Season Two Circuit, Spectator Mode Coming Soon

Posted by Michael Bitton on Oct 25, 2011  | Comments

Season Two Circuit, Spectator Mode Coming Soon - League of Legends -

Riot Games have announced that the Season Two Circuit for the popular free-to-play MOBA, League of Legends, is set to begin soon. Top Circuit events will award participants with Circuit Points that allow advancement towards the Regional Championships, where the top participants will duke it out for a spot representing their respective region in the Season Two Championship.

In addition, Riot also offered an update on the highly anticipated Spectator Mode, noting that the mode is now in "limited beta." Like Dominion, this means that Spectator Mode will be available during "designated testing periods" until the developer feels the feature is ready for prime-time.

Details on Spectator Mode below:

As a spectator, you’ll be able to jump to the perspective of either team, following the action as they see it. You can even opt to remove the fog of war altogether for a truly global view of the battlefield. Additionally the spectator will be able to quickly and easily reference information on either team such as in-game stats, item builds, gold totals, and ability cooldowns.

While it is currently only available in Custom Games, remember that, like all things League of Legends, there are still plenty of updates to come. Stay tuned for more news on Spectator Mode in future patches.

If you still have questions on Spectator Mode, head on over to the official Spectator Mode FAQ for additional information.

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