In League of Legends, players form teams of five and compete against each other in matches that typically last between 20 and 60 minutes. Each player selects a champion to play as, with over 150 champions currently available in the game. Each champion has unique abilities, strengths, and weaknesses, and players must work together to achieve their objectives.
The game is played on a map with three lanes, each with towers and inhibitors that must be destroyed to reach the enemy's base and ultimately win the game. Players earn gold and experience points throughout the match, which can be used to purchase items that enhance their champion's abilities.
One of the key features of League of Legends is its esports scene, which has grown tremendously over the years. The game is played professionally in leagues and tournaments around the world, with millions of dollars in prize money at stake. Professional players are highly skilled and dedicated, and many have large followings of fans.