Yesterday marked an absolute bonanza of stories for League of Legends followers, together with the whole lot from the first-person shooter Challenge A to an obvious open-world RPG. However earlier than all that, we’re getting a League of Legends CCG called Legends of Runeterra, which is already playable for a choose handful of followers - and it’s already topping its predecessor on Twitch. Legends of Runeterra’s Twitch rankings are already spectacular, maybe because of the truth that that is the one approach most gamers can at present get an in-depth take a look at the sport. It’s obtained a 137,000 viewers as of this story, second solely to Fortnite - and a number of other thousand past League of Legends itself in the mean time. That’s just like how issues went for Teamfight Tactics earlier this year, and whereas the autobattler had a powerful run within the higher echelon of the Twitch charts, it has by now fallen to ‘solely’ the streaming platform’s prime 30. Legends of Runeterra will, in fact, drop far more shortly than that, since this early model will go offline over the weekend.