League of Legends

League of Legends is a co-operative five-a-side team game with potent learning opportunities for young people.

League of Legends is a co-operative five-a-side team game with potent learning opportunities for young people in integrity, online behaviour and emotional management. Like traditional team sports like soccer, netball and rugby, League of Legends is an invasive game that ebbs and flows with the state of play.

Teams of five control unique champions, each with their own unique designs and abilities, and work together to take down the opposing team’s base. With over 140 different champions and countless customisations available, no two League of Legends games are ever the same.

What is LoL Rated?

The game is rated M in Australia. Computer games classified M (Mature) contain content of a moderate impact and are recommended for teenagers aged 15 years and over. You can find more details about League of Legends’ rating here. In New Zealand any game that contains unrestricted material (G, PG or M) is not required to be issued a rating label.