Riot Games launches Riot Games Music
Mic check…is this thing on?
— Riot Games Music (@riotgamesmusic) July 2, 2021
The League of Legends and Valorant developer and publisher, Riot Games, has officially launched Riot Games Music.
As of announcement, Riot Games Music is representing bands featured in League of Legends skin lines such as K/DA, True Damage, and Pentakill. Following the announcement is the first drop of #Sessions, a collection of music free for content creators to use, now streaming on YouTube, Spotify, Amazon Music, and Deezer.
Creators; this is for you, because of all you do.
Introducing #Sessions, a collection of music completely free to use in your content. Experience our first drop Sessions: Vi now. ✨
— Riot Games Music (@riotgamesmusic) July 2, 2021ADVERTISEMENT
Having previously told Billboard their plans for a full-fledged music label back in 2018, the video game company has seen Billboard music chart success with K/DA’s first song “POP/STARS” debuting No. 1 in the World Digital Song Sales, pushing Riot Games from a then one-game studio to an entertainment entity. The launch of Riot Games Music also follows last year’s multi-year partnership with Spotify as the official audio streaming partner of League of Legends esports.
A YouTube channel, Facebook page, Twitter, TikTok, and Instagram account have been opened under the name Riot Games Music.
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