League of Legends (LoL) is a free-to-play, session-based, multiplayer online battle-arena computer game developed by Riot Games for Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X.
Website URL: http://oce.leagueoflegends.com/
League of Legends is not directed at children under 13 years of age. In creating an account, you will be required to select a username and password (collectively, ‘Login Credentials’), which you will use each time you access the game.
League of Legends includes a section for interactive 'forums' in the form of message boards to which users with an Account and an in-Game Summoner name may post.
Additionally, within the game, you can participate in real-time interactive chat with other players. Please remember that any information that is disclosed in the boards or chat becomes public information in which you relinquish any expectation of privacy.
You should not disclose any personal information when posting on the boards or in chat, and you should exercise caution when deciding what information to share.
Every League of Legends account has access to an account management tool. You can access this tool by logging in to the League of Legends website and clicking your Summoner name in the top right corner of the page.
This tool can be used to:
The navigation toolbar can be found on the left hand side of the account management pop-up.
At the end of any live game session each user may report any other user participating in that game session by clicking the red exclamation mark (!) that appears next to that user’s Summoner name.
You are free to report any user(s) that you feel has violated the Summoner’s Code, Riot Games Legal Policies, or generally displayed unsportsmanlike conduct.
After selecting to report a user, you will be asked to choose from one of up to ten pre-selected reasons why that user’s actions necessitated filing the report. You will also have the option to provide a short paragraph further describing the reasons for the report. It is these reports that may come before The Tribunal.
Not all reported users will be submitted to The Tribunal, but various factors will be considered for each reported user, including without limitation: (i) the number of times the user has been reported; (ii) the frequency at which the user is reported; (iii) the reason(s) for which the user is reported; (iv) the length of time the user’s game account has been registered (with newer accounts judged more stringently than veterans); and (v) the reputation of the user(s) that are making the reports. This means that, generally, but not necessarily in all cases, you will have to be reported multiple times by multiple users before you face judgment by The Tribunal.
League of Legends is free to download with in game purchases available. 'Riot' points can be purchased online through the in-game store.