Riot Games is under heavy criticism after announcing a partnership between the League of Legends European Championship (LEC) and NEOM, a proposed mega-city in Saudi Arabia on Wednesday. The city and the company building it are owned by Saudi Arabia’s crown prince, Mohammed Bin Salman. Among those criticizing Riot Games for the partnership is G2 founder and CEO Carlos Rodríguez. Bin Salman and the Saudi government hopes that the $500 billion mega-city will bring in a wave of esports related business and tourism to the nation. Unfortunately for Riot Games, LEC teams and players, and the citizens of Saudi Arabia, […]
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