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Friday September 25th, 2020 night edition

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Another strategy we discussed in our previous Champion Roadmap was our renewed focus on releasing more new champions.

So far in 2020, we’ve released….

Dr. Mundo’s update is in full swing right now, as is early work on another unannounced champion update.

With that, let’s jump into the mage and support that’ll round out our champions for 2020, as well as an update on Mundo’s VGU and a little sneak peak on the first champion to set sail in 2021.

We saw that a lot of people wanted us to keep Mundo as a fun and comical champion, so that’s definitely something we plan on keeping.

We’ve decided to move forward with making Mundo an extremely difficult champion to lock down.

We’re still planning on doing another VGU poll, which will happen next year and be for the following champion update. »

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