For weeks there have been skeptics who have questioned whether Riot Games is behind the secret domain name registrations for League of Legends Supremacy.
If you had any doubts that Riot Games is planning a Supremacy title, here’s some proof that Riot Games is involved.
While nearly all the domain names that have been registered or acquired to date have been done privately with no official record of the owner, one domain name that was registered in early April has slipped by the Whois privacy service of the internet brand protection company MarkMonitor.
The domain name is: leagueoflegendssupremacy.org (Whois).
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Despite all the best efforts of MarkMonitor, a company that prides itself on protecting the brands of the world’s leading companies, it failed to add Whois privacy to leagueoflegendssupremacy.org.
Here’s a screenshot of the Whois record with both Riot Games and MarkMonitor listed in the record.
In case you didn’t know, Riot Games moved its offices from Culver City, just outside of Los Angeles to Santa Monica.
Readers: Now that it’s official, let us know what you think Riot Games has planned for Supremacy.
(Image of Santa Monica HQ via RiotGames.com)