The Top Magic: The Gathering -Streamer Kacem "NoxiousLive" Khilaji is sold in the League of Runeterra and is not afraid to share it with the world.
] While testing out Rio's new digital card game LoR during its last stream, NoxiousLive praised the monetization system and the performance of the title.
In LoR however, not everything is perfect. Noxious criticized the mana cost for certain master cards and combination spells.
Noxious & # 39; constructive criticism is not intended to LoR . He wants to help the developers of Riot to develop a better game for all.
After zooming in on the Create Deck button, NoxiousLive jokingly said he would pay $ 5 if the button were in the store. But then the Magic -Streamer became serious, saying he was extremely happy with the buildup of monetization in LoR and would like to put money into the game's support.
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Noxious does not leave the world of magic behind but having him as LoR float in addition to MTG will benefit the entire community. And he is not the only player in digital card games who is interested in Riot's new project.
Magic The pro-league player Janne "Savjz" Mikkonen spent the last two days with Binge Streaming LoR and slept three hours between the streams. Amaz has also joined the fight, attracting nearly 10,000 average viewers during his current LoR .
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The limited open preview of LoR ends shortly, but will be back in November return before the beta release of the game in the spring of 2020.