League of Legends: Supremacy showed more signs of life this week as Riot Games continued its secret buying spree of domain names, acquiring several country code top-level domains (tld) like LeagueOfLegendsSupremacy.mx (Whois), LeagueOfLegendsSupremacy.tw (Whois), and LeagueOfLegendsSupremacy.pl (Whois).
While Riot Games didn’t register every possible country tld, it did manage to pick up a bunch of names through the brand protection company MarkMonitor on May 16, 2012.
However, as with the last batch of names revealed last month, the official identity of the owner is hidden behind MarkMonitor’s Whois privacy service for now.
For those of you not familiar with MarkMonitor, it is a brand protection company that over half the Fortune 100 rely on, so there’s pretty much no doubt that Riot Games is the actual buyer.
The newly registered names include: leagueoflegendssupremacy.co, leagueoflegendssupremacy.de, leagueoflegendssupremacy.es, leagueoflegendssupremacy.cn, leagueoflegendssupremacy.co.uk, leagueoflegendssupremacy.mx, leagueoflegendssupremacy.tw, and leagueoflegendssupremacy.pl.
Riot Games even made sure to get the adult version of the name: leagueoflegendssupremacy.xxx, but as with all other related domains, it doesn’t resolve to a web page as of right now.
There are a lot of theories floating around as to what League of Legends: Supremacy will be, ranging from a new game mode to an entirely new video game, and even talk of a film.
At this point, Riot Games has not put out anything official.
Though the launch of Supremacy looks to be a long ways off for now, we’ll continue to keep an eye out for more hints and information.
Readers: Care to take a guess as to what Supremacy will be?
(League of Legends image modified by SupremacyNet to include the word Supremacy)