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League of Legends launches Mac client open beta


4:15 PM on 03.01.2013



Mac users, long denied the opportunity to scream in impotent rage at League of Legends at the same time as actually playing it, are finally getting what's coming to them. Today, Riot Games announced the launch of the Mac client open beta, which you can check out over on their official site.

Accompanying the announcement is the above trailer. I don't know who Mondo is, but I'm a fan of his offices. I need to get one of those health and mana combo coolers for around here. Putting those together seems far more convenient than my current system of having to go all the way down the hall when you just need a quick hit of juju juice.

I really just wanted to say "juju juice," and I'm sorry for that.






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