Inaugural event featuring day-long series of panels in collaboration with Riot Games will explore the creative process of making games with key developers of one of the world’s most dynamic competitive games, League of Legends.
New York, NY – Tribeca Enterprises today announced the first live event from Tribeca Games, a new initiative created to showcase innovation and storytelling in gaming: Tribeca Games Presents The Craft And Creative Of League Of Legends. The day-long event will take place November 13 at Spring Studios, New York from 10am – 7pm. For its inaugural event, Tribeca invited Riot Games to showcase the creative process behind League of Legends an online competitive game that challenges, entertains, and inspires more than 67 million players worldwide each month. Through a series of panels, Tribeca Games Presents The Craft and Creative of League of Legends will provide aspiring game designers, industry professionals, and game craft enthusiasts with a unique opportunity to explore Riot developers’ approach to building characters, art, design, music, and stories.
The event features five panels with Riot Games’ designers, artists, producers, and musicians. Program highlights include conversations on game design, champion development, a real-time art demonstration, a performance and talk on League of Legends music, and a look into how Riot documents player stories through film. Following each panel, attendees will have the opportunity to connect one-on-one with the featured panelists in the interactive space at Spring Studios, which includes a lounge area, a fan-created art show curated by Riot, and a cosplay exhibition.
“We are thrilled to welcome the creative talent behind League of Legends, a game that’s captured the imagination of a massive and highly-engaged community,” said Jane Rosenthal, CEO of Tribeca. “The ongoing evolution of League of Legends lends itself to unique storytelling opportunities in and around the game. Tribeca has always embraced storytellers no matter what technology or platform we use to tell the story.”
Tickets for the event go on sale October 6, 2015 at 10am EDT and cost $150. Passes can be purchased at Tribeca Games.
For a complete schedule please visit Tribeca Games.