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About LGD Gaming

LGD Gaming is a prominent E-Sports club in China. With professional teams in many popular games such as DOTA, League of Legends, OverWatch and others. LGD regularly wins top awards in global and China professional leagues and competitions. Each online streaming competition LGD plays has millions of viewers.

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Shanghai, Shanghai,


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LGD Gaming Patents

LGD Gaming has filed 4 patents.

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Latest LGD Gaming News

Mark, Xiye return to LGD Gaming

May 26, 2021

Support Ling “Mark” Xu and mid laner Su “Xiye” Han-Wei have officially joined LGD Gaming again, the Chinese League of Legends team announced on Weibo . Both players left LGD in December 2020. Mark was last seen playing with Bilibili Gaming, the team he joined after his first stint with LGD ended. BLG had an average campaign (11th) in the last split of the LPL, the professional division of China. As for Xiye, the mid laner had been a part of JD Gaming since December. JDG made it into the 2021 LPL Spring Split playoffs, earning a top-six placing. LGD did worse than BLG in the 2021 LPL Spring Split, finishing near the bottom of the standings with just four wins and 12 losses. This poor performance in the spring may have prompted the org to sign the two former players for the second split of the 2021 season. During their first stint with LGD, Mark and Xiye helped the team achieve some notable results, such as finishing sixth in the 2020 LPL Summer Split and grabbing a top-four placing in the playoffs. LGD made it to Worlds 2020, the biggest event of the year in League esports, but earned a top-12 placing. It’s unclear if the Chinese organization will make any more roster changes ahead of the start of the 2021 LPL Summer Split. But bringing back Mark and Xiye could be what the team needs to have a better campaign and fight for a spot at Worlds once more. Make sure to follow us on  YouTube  for more esports news and analysis. [embedded content] A first-person shooter game is all about the arsenal of guns that you can play with. And Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War has plenty of options. Black Ops Cold War has everything from assault rifles and submachine guns to tactical rifles and rocket launchers. There’s something for everyone in this game. And now with the Gunsmith, the weapons are customizable so anyone can find their favorite tool of the trade. Equipping weapons with different attachments can change them dramatically. With many more weapons expected to be added over time, here are all of the weapons in Black Ops Cold War right now. Assault rifles Pokémon Sword and Shield players can finally complete their set of Gigantamax starters with the latest June update coming to Pokémon Home. The update coming in June will give players the opportunity to receive both Squirtle and Bulbasaur as Mystery Gifts within the Pokémon Home app and also in both Sword and Shield games for Switch. With a Gigantimax Charmander supplied by Leon when players become the champion in Sword and Shield, this Mystery Gift is the only way to collect the remaining two original starter Pokémon. Along with these gifts, the June update to Pokémon Home will provide some optimization options that will make it easier for players to sort their Pokémon. One of these features is the Catch Calendar. This will give users to ability to sort their Pokémon by the date that they were caught. You’ll also be able to set dates to celebrate milestones or special events with your Pokémon, such as birthdays or the day they were caught. Another feature in this update will give players an opportunity to check out Pokémon in their collection from angles that weren’t possible before. Players can do this through a new camera feature inside the Pokedex mode. With dates announced for upcoming Pokémon titles later in 2021 and to begin 2022, the Pokémon Home app will likely see some more updates throughout the year. It’s unclear how long these Mystery Gifts will be available, so if you plan on adding Gigantimax Bulbasaur and Squirtle to your collection, you may want to claim them as soon as they’re released in June. After spending a season away from the pro stage, Top Esports’ head coach Crescent has returned to help the team take over the 2021 LPL Summer Split. In a funny reveal video, Crescent arrived back at the TES headquarters dressed in summer vacation attire only to get right back down to business in his normal suit. He first joined the organization in 2018, and now, he’s got plenty of work ahead of him to try to help the team return to the apex of the Chinese League of Legends scene. The last time Crescent coached TES, the team finished the 2020 Summer Split in first place with a 13-3 record. He helped guide the super-charged roster to their first LPL championship with a series win over JD Gaming. Afterward, he and his team reached the semifinals at the 2020 World Championship before being eliminated by fellow LPL squad and underdog, Suning. Without Crescent coaching TES during the spring, the team struggled a bit more on Summoner’s Rift. During the 2021 LPL Spring Split, the management brought on former Flash Wolves and FunPlus Phoenix head coach WarHorse, but he couldn’t emulate the same success he found when he won Worlds. TES ended the spring regular season in third place and were knocked out of the playoffs early by Royal Never Give Up. This season, TES’ roster will look to recapture their former glory with their former coach. The lineup still boasts some of the most mechanically gifted players in the world, including stars like JackeyLove, Karsa, and knight. It would be a huge disappointment to their fans if they missed out on a finals appearance once more, but Crescent is back to help TES make a deep playoff run heading into Worlds 2021. Make sure to follow us on  YouTube  for more esports news and analysis. [embedded content] A number of Apex Legends players reported 10-minute abandon penalties for leaving finished Arenas matches. And Respawn has a temporary solution. Today’s small update temporarily disabled leaver penalties in Arenas, with a fix for the issue scheduled for “later this week,” according to the Respawn Twitter account. Director of communications Ryan Rigney further explained the bug, saying it “had to do with game logic after everyone on the opposing Arenas team left the match.” This problem had to do with game logic after everyone on the opposing Arenas team left the match. Basically you’d sometimes still get a leaver penalty after leaving the empty game. It’s one of those things that never showed up in playtesting. Dumb bug! Fix should be p quick. Players who left an empty match would sometimes receive a 10-minute penalty. But another player was issued a punishment for quitting a match after two of their teammates had already abandoned the game. The system error is likely the culprit for that scenario as well. A May 24 Apex patch added abandon penalties to Arenas, working similarly to how they do in ranked battle royale matches. But it seems like a bug slipped through the cracks despite it never showing up in playtests, according to Rigney. Respawn will inform fans when the leaver penalties are restored later this week. Make sure to follow us on YouTube for more Apex Legends news and analysis. [embedded content]

LGD Gaming Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was LGD Gaming founded?

    LGD Gaming was founded in 2009.

  • Where is LGD Gaming's headquarters?

    LGD Gaming's headquarters is located at Shanghai.

  • What is LGD Gaming's latest funding round?

    LGD Gaming's latest funding round is Series A.

  • Who are the investors of LGD Gaming?

    Investors of LGD Gaming include N5 Capital.

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