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Riot shuts fan-made League of Legends legacy project, denies complaints of ‘extortion’

Riot shuts fan-made League of Legends legacy project, denies complaints of 'extortion'

Riot Games has confirmed that it sent a formal cease-and-desist letter to the operations of Chronoshift, a fan-operated League of Legends “legacy server” that enabled fans to play a ten-year-old version of the game. It denied an accusation on Reddit that it attempted to “extort” the developers, however, saying that its policies regarding such things are clearly laid out in its legal guidelines—and that it warned them not to go ahead with the project when it was announced last year.

“Hijacking to say please don’t do this,” Riot Gene wrote in response to the Chronoshift announcement in 2020. “We have very simple and easy to read policies around developing products around Riot Games. Please read the Legal Jibber Jabber (yes that’s what it’s called) and the policies on developer.riotgames.com.”

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