Happy New Year! We're closed for the holiday on a day where people stop to assess their lives, reflect on the past year, and look forward to changes into the new year. For me that means revisiting LAN Mob and Rome Revolution Esports, understanding what I've learned over the last year, and making plans for the coming year. So read on for some announcements on the coming year, but first I wanted to touch on some thoughts on change, habits, accountability & time management.

Change is about Habits

Sometime change can be as easy as flipping a switch, deciding that something in your life will change and willing it so. But often - and especially when we take to undergo major changes to ourselves - change can be difficult. One thing I've learned is focusing on setting new habits is the most effective way to bring about difficult change in your life. Devoting 15 or 30 minutes a day towards whatever it is you're trying to change, and making sure you don't miss a day, eventually the habit will become a part of your daily routine, and those small chunks of effort will add up to change over the long term.

Accountability & Time Management

I've learned to help hold myself accountable by sharing some of my efforts publicly, which is part of the reason for me putting this blog together. By externalizing the change you want to make you not just have to hold yourself accountable, but others can as well.

An easy cop-out we'll rationalize with ourselves when we don't feel like practicing a new daily habit is "I don't have time". While some of us can lead very busy lives, if you sit down and do a quick time audit - breaking up your last week into its different parts like school, work, family, meals, sleep, leisure - you'll find a good chunk of hours of free time you're spending on leisure activities. While everyone needs a little bit of play time, those are the hours where you're going to make meaningful change in your life. So you don't want to become a dull boy like Jack and have all work and no play, but you can find ways to carve out parts of that fun time and direct it into forming new habits.

With gaming and esports this poses a bit of a grey area, because often when we're playing games to improve at them we can also be having fun, so that line between leisure and work can get blurred. So maybe if you already have a daily habit of putting three hours of daily practice into a game that you're serious about improving in, you can carve out some of that time to do something different. For example instead of playing three hours of matches, perhaps you can play two hours, add a half hour watching a new video or streamer, and another half hour inside a practice tool running through repetitions, learning new techs, or new characters. You're still putting the same amount of time into developing your game but now using that time in a different way.

Alright enough about that, let's talk about the changes we're making at LAN Mob for 2020!

HTC Vive VR headset

Virtual Reality Pricing Reduced

Our Virtual Reality pricing is being reduced to $10/hour (down from $15/hour). We felt the Vive was being underutilized and with some of the new tech we've added at the front desk including a wireless add-on to the headset and a customer-facing monitor it's made the running of VR slightly easier on us. We have a second battery on order that should be arriving later this week which should allow us near continuous operation of the wireless headset. We've also greatly increased our library of games offered through Viveport and our collection of installed games is nearing 100 VR titles. If you've never tried it we can promise it's unlike anything you've ever experienced, and if you have tried it you should check out our new list of games available. There are lots of unique experiences to be have with Virtual Reality!

Rewards Programs Review

Originally we started out with just VIP at LAN Mob - a $25/month program that included perks and increasing rewards - and we now have some individuals that are going on 35+ months in that program. Over time additional members rewards have been added including ggCoins and now SP and SL Prime. Separate these are all great programs, but when combined and with the ramping up of coin earning in December these programs added up to a bit too much in player compensation. To take an example - a 1-year VIP receives a 25% discount on their overnight lock-in ($18.75) and if they play the full 14 hours with Super League Prime they are earning at max around 7,000 SP for that night, which at our current coin redemption rate is around $14 in comps. Tack on the free pizza and it's very close to being a "free" night for those taking maximum advantage of all the programs!!

So we haven't 100% settled on how we're going to repackage the VIP, but we do have to make some adjustments. We like where things are going with SL and SL Prime and are likely going to embrace this direction, so our new VIP offering will likely include the SL Prime package in some way, which means we have to cut back on our old VIP offerings. However we realize some people have been paying into this every month to keep their VIP streaks going or are actively working to reach higher levels. So our plan is to "grandfather" everyone in the program currently (there are 13 of you) to where you can continue receiving the benefits of the program and growing your streaks if you wish, but if your streak lapses you will be dropped from the program.

Our last bit of right-sizing has to do with coin earning rates, now known as SP (SuperLeague Points). These have been greatly increased in the last few weeks through the SuperLeague program with some prime national averages topping 500 coins per hour, and those rates may be changing more into the new year. It's been suggested that centers set their local vault prices to match those in the SuperLeague vault, which is 3,000 coins = $1. So effective today we are making that change and will be monitoring coin earning rates over the next few weeks to see if we need to further adjust. We want to make the average trip rewarding but also encourage people to save up for some of the sweet SL vault loot that is available.

I would be remiss not to mention SuperLeague Prime here - the cost is $8/month and includes two free hours, so it essentially pays for itself, and allows for 5x coin earning, entry to special SuperLeague events, unlimited SL Vault purchased, and more. You can sign up directly through your client or purchase at the front desk from us. We are working on a way to package this into a new VIP package which will likely include some bulk hours similar to the current offering.

Esports

Rome Revolution Esports

We had a wild year with Rome Revolution, sponsoring some of our Smash Ultimate players to RGC back in November and entering three different League of Legends teams into several tournaments and leagues throughout the year. I'm happy that we can continue to offer this locally-focused program for players looking to improve at competitive gaming, and this is an area I'm going to continue to pour more resources into as we move into the future.

Smash Ultimate


For Smash Ultimate, we saw both Misfire and Kremling make it out of pools at RetroGameCon, which was an impressive feat for what was likely two of the youngest competitors in their first large 100+ person tournament that saw players from as far away as Vermont competing. The Upstate/Central/Western NY Smash scene is kind of tough because we have our population centers spread so far apart, you have to travel 1-2 hours between communities. The waiting is also not very fun - the TOs doing the best job they can given their resources - but if you fall in a later pool it can be hours sitting and waiting for your match. Often the venues are less than ideal for Smash competitions, and this is something I'm aiming to fix in the coming years.

Competitive Smash - and most fighting games - just have to be an offline scene right now. Online connections are too unpredictable and lag prone to be considered for professional play. Even if you gathered 100 LANs and certified their Internet connections as designated playing grounds, there are still going to be those few frames of lag that just kill the competitive side. Short of a nationwide google fiber - which is years if not decades out - I don't know if we'll ever see play lag-less enough to make the cut.

Current Google Fiber. Missing: New York State - actually the entire northeast.

So the current Smash scene, and especially for those regulars at LAN Mob in Rome, has to be an offline one with a lot of travel involved. We'll continue to offer the weekly and look at ways to juice the attendance going forward, but the path to Evo is going to take a lot of local grinding. I don't think I would ever entertain the thought of putting another player on a plane to Vegas until we can see them placing top-3 at Syracuse, Rochester, Albany, Buffalo events respectively. The player would also need to show they can win a big 100+ person event like that, as it gets towards the top the skill curve gets steep, so it takes another level of play to overcome that. When I can see a player doing that, I'll know they're ready for the big time. I also feel like planning a trip to the holy land at Xanadu would be a great barometer for how far some of our players have developed, so that may be in the works for this coming summer.

Two major changes will be taking place this spring/summer at LAN Mob for Smash. The first being we're going to be adding a Smash roster to the Rome Revolution Esports program. This will be a team of five (four starting players plus one alternate/sub). These players will be given monthly opportunities to travel locally - expenses paid - and compete in regional events around New York State. The team will be fluid month-to-month as players circumstances and placings change - if a player is struggling for a period we may ask them to sit for a while to work on their game in exchange for another player who is hitting their stride.

The second major change to the Smash program involves paid coaching - we'll be facilitating paid coaching through the LAN starting this spring. This is clearly something many of us need, and also a valuable way for coaches themselves to improve and perfect their own play. For this program I'm parsing the players into three categories: early development, intermediate, and elite. Based on each person's level of play, different coaches will be made available to them. I wouldn't want to pair an intermediate player with an elite coach, because that is not the best use of an elite coaches time, and also not very challenging in terms of play for an elite coach. On the lower end we'll likely be offering the option between two coaches with two very different styles, and the players can choose between either coach or try them both over two separate sessions.

I recently was able to start making some API pulls from Challonge and populating databases with tournament stats, player match histories, and more. A screenshot above of one of the player dashboards being built for the LAN Mob community.


League of Legends

We had some huge gains this year in League of Legends, with many of our members reaching Gold ranking and a few breaking into Plat. We entered a single team into Titan Esports Season 1, and two teams into Season 2 for Silver & Plat leagues respectively. We also sent two teams to compete in the SUNY Poly Fragfest this past fall.

While I'm happy with the progress many of us made skill-wise in game, we hit some significant bumps with the program into the fall. It was an eye opening experience for me, but in a very good way that prepares me to enter this next phase of growth. I'm really happy that we're figuring this stuff out in the early phases when we're still a small org, rather than later on down the road. The experience also taught me that we have a great thing started here and has been a huge motivator to continue to build the best program we can.

We've adjusted some things structurally for the new year, and expect to see some tryouts posted in the coming days on our socials. I'm also handing over more of the day-to-day responsibilities to the team captains, and focusing more of my energies on recruitment, coaching, and acting as a decision maker when the captains are split on a decision. This also frees me up to focus more on the business-end and devoting more resources effectively into the program.

Other Games

We've had a ton of interest in other games including Overwatch (currently on hiatus), Rainbow Six Siege, CSGO, Fortnite, Call of Duty, Teamfight Tactics and others. At the end of the day it comes down to resources, so as we continue to grow you'll see more games being added under the Rome Revolution banner. Every team requires a certain level of maturity and professional approach, and we've found when the maturity is lacking things can degenerate quickly. So it starts with just not player interest, but having those mature community leaders.

Upcoming Event - Brawlhalla!

Brawlhalla event is Thursday January 2nd - $5 buy-in! Our current Brawlhalla champ Augg will have to defend his title. Expect friendlies to open sometime after 6 pm.

Upcoming Event - Halo 2v2 Team Slayer

Sunday January 12th - 2 pm, $10 buy-in per team. More details on our facebook event here:

https://www.facebook.com/events/592271208242191/

Who remembers where they were when this trailer dropped.

Upcoming Event - Smash Sunday Event

Sunday January 19th - 2 pm registration, 3 pm start - $5 venue/$5 bracket, pot bonus based off weekly attendance.

Ultimate Singles, Ultimate Doubles, Melee!

We might make this a regular monthly going forward but we'll have to see how things go! Our experience is we get a different crowd showing up for these, but the money events are going to draw the best competition, so we're really hoping to see more of our regular players showing up to face the best. It might not always mean walking away with a cash, but it's definitely going to be the most challenging brackets.

Upcoming League - Game TBA

We haven't yet decided on the game, but we'll be launching a tournament league this spring. It will be featured on Tuesday & Thursday nights at the LAN, have a large buy-in, and see teams rotating out every week to compete in person. Expect this tournament league to run for around 8 weeks with a finals weekend event. We're considering a few games for this format and have yet to decide what game to run, but it will likely be a team-based game.

Winter Wondermob

If you're not on our Discord, you should hop on and check out all the Wondermob challenges we have planned. The Discord invite link is available in store, we have it posted all over. Every day a new challenge is released, and we're keeping a scoreboard on the Discord of who has earned the most points. We'll be running this event through the end of March and also have some prize unlock challenges tied to the event, which is more of a scavenger hunt/codebreaking theme. Not every challenge requires you to visit the shop, and if you complete a challenge the day it's released you'll earn double points.

A sample of challenges.
In closing I promised a hint to try to help move the Wondermob prize unlocks along, which has been hidden in plain sight in the last blog post for a few weeks now. All I can say is sometimes the font is white.


We recently kicked off our Winter Wondermob event, one month earlier this year for 122 days straight of a new challenge every day running December 1st to March 31st. This was a fun way for us to pass the winter last year and we're happy to bring it back again with some new features and upgraded prizes.

Current Leaderboard & Challenges
Some new rules for this year!

  1. Any challenge can be completed at any time through the end of the contest.
  2. If you complete a challenge the day it's released, you'll earn DOUBLE points.
  3. Most challenges need to be completed at LAN Mob, but if you see a small house emoji next to a challenge, this means it can be completed at home. No need to visit the LAN!
  4. Cheating will earn negative points.
We also have a mini-game within the challenge that involves ciphers and other codebreaking challenges, and as the community solves these the overall prizes offered will continue to be upgraded. Last week the community unlocked a Sour Cherry GFUEL to add to the prize pool of 1 cherry airhead.

Current prize pool, this will grow throughout the challenge!
If you'd like to participate talk to one of the staff for some of the current ongoing challenges, or join the LAN Mob Discord to view the full list: https://discord.gg/RVYGUWq

In the meantime check out some of these community built snowmen!







Visit the shop, make a purchase, and ask for a clue.
Smash Ultimate Summer 2019 Power Rankings


Summer 2019 Power Rankings are here

We're actually a few weeks into the fall PR already and a bit late sending this one out. Above you'll find our top 10 power ranked Smash Ultimate players, as well as three honorable mentions. Read on below for details on how we reached these and what the future state of the PR might look like. As a reminder we play every Friday night after 7 pm at LAN Mob Gaming Center in Rome, NY - cost is $5 and we always have some kind of  special event going, from doubles to Melee to custom map events.

Criteria

We saw probably close to 100 different players this summer, so we needed a criteria to filter these down somewhat. Below are the rough criteria required to be considered:

  • Attendance in at least two weeks during the PR period, which is the same condition we used for Spring PR.
  • Multiple top-5 placings (5th place is always a tie with two individuals, so technically top-6 placing). Individuals who can show they often can place in the top 25% of bracket are good considerations for the power rankings.
  • Each placing is weighted considerably more than the one below it, for example 1st is worth considerably more than 2nd, which is worth more than 3rd, etc.
  • We also considered the competition in a given week, since attendance varies by week. For example - once we settled on Kremling and Misfire as our clear top two based on their placings, weeks they competed in were given higher weightings than those they had not attended. Meaning if you did well in a week that Kremling or Misfire were there that helped your score.
  • Head to head matches. Two spots in particular we had to do a deep dive into the heads up matches were Kremling vs. Misfire and CaptJelly vs. Birder. We feel like the order accurately reflects their head to head history.

Process

I'm still working on connecting to the Challonge API and doing much of this work automatically, but in the meantime we have whiteboards!

As you can clearly see
As was stated above we had to do a deep dive into some individual match histories to break those close ties. In addition to the honorable mentions of Waft%, SKD & Bleak, others that appeared in top-6 placings included Dbot, Xifaxan, Electrified, Jester, Droovy, and Hero.

Fall PR

We are a few weeks into the Fall PR but expect that we'll have another few solid months of open power ranking period, and you'll likely see the Fall PR graphic drop sometime between Thanksgiving and Christmas. If you want to be ranked then make sure to show up for at least two weeks and do well! Friendlies opens around 6 pm Friday nights and we're usually playing Smash in various forms until close to midnight. $5 entry cost, or if you like we also sell a special $10 pass that gives access to all our systems for the night including PCs, Xbox, and PS4.

Sponsorship to RetroGameCon November 2nd in Syracuse, NY

We're extending a RetroGameCon Smash Ultimate sponsorship to all of the 18 & under players on our Summer PR! Kremling, Misfire, RockyC, CaptJelly and TheBirder will all be receiving t-shirts and buy-ins to both the convention & Smash Ultimate tournament on Saturday November 2nd. Congrats fellas!


Happy 4 year anniversary! We are closed today for Labor Day and I wanted to extend a thank you to everyone who has helped support the shop over the past four years, provide some highlights from the past year, and some of our plans for the coming year.

The Team

I'll start off by thanking the team at LAN Mob for everything they do to keep our shop chugging along. Enrique, Rob, and Alex are all-stars and I'm grateful for all the ways they help both myself and the LAN. They are the most valuable resource our business has and help make my job around the shop easier. Beyond the immediate team is a wide net of individuals who help support us in different ways, and it's grown so wide that if I tried to name them all I would surely miss a bunch, but you know who you are and you guys rock.

Group photo after the Mario Kart event this past summer


Past Year Highlights

It's been an exciting year with lots of events happening both in shop and outside it. Together with the City of Rome and Nomad Cinemas we ran outdoor Fortnite and Mario Kart events, with sponsorship help of Rome Fire Department. In January we hosted Rome Police Department for a community outreach Game-In with local kids. We held several Copper City Clash fighting game events at MVCC Rome campus in both fall & spring semesters, and visited the Rising Stars Soccer Club in Westmoreland to run a Rocket League event out on the field. We helped Albany Game Expo's inaugural event by running Smash Ultimate and Melee brackets. These outside events are always a fair bit of work and planning, but are a great way for us to reach out and meet new gamers and help give back to the community.

Within the shop we kept a busy schedule of events throughout the year including: Winter WonderMob (100 events in 91 days), ggChampions beta, Fortnite $25k, and numerous weekly events. In August we celebrated our 200th lock-in weekend with a double overnight event both Friday and Saturday nights. Our in house Rome Revolution esports team continued to grind away at League of Legends and Overwatch, with the League team going undefeated 7-0 in Titan Esports regular season. Our friend Kolunas won a trip in the fall to visit the Team Liquid training facility and compete in an event in Las Vegas sponsored by Alienware.

I wanted to highlight two communities that I've seen outstanding growth in the last year, the first being our Smash Ultimate community. We restarted a weekly with the release of Smash Ultimate in December, which really began as a crew battle competition against other LAN centers but morphed into a regular weekly event. We took a decidedly different direction with the night, slashing our buy-in to $5, adding a second rotating special event every week, and removing payouts (we still comp free hours, drinks to winners). It's a heated competition every Friday night but the focus is much more on learning and enjoying the game, and the toxicity is very low. I couldn't be happier with the way the community has developed and some of the players that show up are playing at an incredible level for their age. More on this later.

We're pretty packed Friday nights!


The second community that has seen tremendous growth around the shop is our Discord community. Last year we had just maybe a few dozen members, and we've quickly grown to over 200+, all local gamers. We keep 40 text channels and 20 voice channels and our invite links are publicly available around the shop, or from any existing member of the Discord. The chat can sometimes move very fast but the staff works to actively moderate.

The LAN Mob Discord


Next Year Plans

We try to say yes to as many events as we can possibly do, but sometimes have turned down opportunities. So we don't yet know what the next year may bring, but am sure it will be full of great opportunities for local CNY gamers. Here is a short list of what we have planned currently:

  • TFT Tuesdays - sponsored by ggChampions and HP Omen! Play TeamFight Tactics every Tuesday at LAN Mob from 4 pm - midnight to earn points and get ranked nationally. Weekly winners earn Riot Points and top 64 players at the end of September will qualify to a finals competition for a shot at 8 Omen Gaming rigs valued at $3,000 each! As an avid TFT player myself I'm bummed I can't compete, but am excited to meet more TFT players. The first day is TOMORROW September 3rd! We're offering a special discount $15 pass for 4 -12 for anyone who wishes to play in the event, or you're also welcome to use our standard hourly pricing.
  • Winter WonderMob 2 - I loved planning the 100 events and it really gave me something to power through the long Upstate NY winter with, and will totally be doing this again!
  • Copper City Clash - We've been on summer break for a while but I'll be reaching out to MVCC to see if we can plan more fighting game events for this fall and next spring.
  • ggChampions - we're expecting more Fortnite and League of Legends opportunities this fall including High School leagues with bigger sponsorship packages.
  • Team LAN Mob @ PAX East 2020 - I've been promising the team for years that we will do this someday and I'm going to make it happen this next year, we'll be closing up shop for a few days and shipping off to Boston. We'll be sure to live tweet, blog, and Instagram everything that's going on for you!
  • Esports Teams - I'd love to continue to grow the Rome Revolution teams, and have plans for adding at least one game in the coming year, but for this next year I'm really focused on getting esports programs into the local high schools. I was super happy to see programs pop up at Westmoreland and Holland Patent this past year, and I'm all-in on bringing a program to Rome schools. If you're attending a Rome school please talk to club organizers, athletics directors, guidance counselors, vice principals, and anyone else who will listen and tell them that you want an esports program in Rome! If they need convincing please get me their contact details and I'll give them a call or email!
  • Sponsorship - We've had some awesome opportunities coming through from our partners at ggCircuit and iGames, but have wound down our own LAN Mob sponsorships to focus on growing the shop. This is an area you'll see us begin to transition back into over the next couple of years, and I want to find ways to develop some of the talents we've discovered locally in a healthy way. I feel like starting high school teams and continuing our weekly competitions (like Smash) are a great first step in this direction. I would like to - over the next year - support a handful of WNY/CNY/Upstate/Capital Region events with 100+ players, to give some of our better players some exposure to larger events that attract bigger fish. The first on my radar is RetroGameCon Syracuse this November.
  • After School Fiver - returning this week, two hours of gaming for $5, with a new special DOUBLE FIVER for $10 good for a 2-8 pm pass, Monday through Friday.
  • Cherry Cola BAWLS Bottles (10 oz) - Ordered today and are on the way!

#ClearTheList


Thanks again everyone for four years and we're looking forward to year five! In closing as a reminder - school is back in session this week and we've helped put together a list of Amazon wishlists for local Rome, NY teachers to help them get supplied and up and running this week. Some of the lists have cleared but there are still plenty of items needed, please click the link below and help out if you can!






The beginning of the school year is just around the corner, with many teachers starting the year off with a long list of school supplies needed to run their classrooms. If you're able to help out check out some of these Amazon wish lists below as part of the #CleartheList social media campaign. I'll update the list as more become available but the focus here is on the Rome, NY area.

~ Last Updated August 21st 7:58 pm ~





4th grade (Denti)https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/10QVAXWKZKYA4

4th grade (Bellamy)https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/1V0KA218ZE87L

5th grade - List cleared!

6th grade (Bellamy)https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/4YDR0Y0XWE9H

6th grade (Bellamy) https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/16PIAGGDWDS6X

6th grade (Staley)https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/23QL37GAA33RO

7th gradehttps://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/13GOILJ0KOQ1R

8th grade (Strough) https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/24M9QZ4F0YPCS

Music (Stokes)https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/15INWMMPB23WC

Music (Denti)https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/395XHS6ELRTJT

Speech & Language (Bellamy)https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/PT6386PFFRAB

English (Denti)https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/33IQUGWTWWSJN

Romehttps://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/25SLE2HX84LU7

Rome - https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/18X9GRSEHJRGD

Romehttps://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/XLEA0CX6N06J

Romehttps://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/1OINVEPFKA5ZU

Romehttps://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/1U5LOY1K9OS2M

Romehttps://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/2FCILW1HF3HX1

Camden List cleared!


LAN Mob is a participating center in the upcoming ggChampions Beta from July 22nd through August 25th for the games Fortnite and League of Legends. This is a warm-up to a planned fall ggChampions season to test out how the system runs and work through any bugs or issues. Below is the tentative schedule:

July 22nd - July 28th: Warm Up Week (all scores will be wiped at the end of the week & reset)
July 29th - August 4th: Week 1 Beta Season
August 5th - August 11th: Week 2 Beta Season
August 12th - August 18th: Week 3 Beta Season
August 19th - August 25th: Finals Week Beta Season

Per ggChampions the tentative plan is as follows: "After week 3, the top 500 players with the highest scores for both Fortnite and League of Legends will go through to the finals. A players final score is the sum of their best 20 games over the main 3 week Season 'heats'. In the finals, they will compete for monetary prizes using the same metrics - their best 20 games count."

That's it! Just come to the LAN during the regular beta weeks, earn points for your best 20 games, and try to get in the top 500 players nationally to qualify to the finals week!

High School League

The beta Season is also featuring its own special high school League with larger cash prizes. Basically if you are high school age you can choose your high school to represent nationally and participate in a separate league. Note -we have to verify your attendance at the school, so be prepared to show a form of ID - school ID, report card, enrollment letter, etc. We will be validating your high school and submitting you into the portal for your high school. The top 4 Fortnite players and top 5 League of Legends players will constitute your high school "team".

We have plenty of high school Fortnite players, but not a lot of League of Legends high school players. If you're interested in competing on the League of Legends side though you're in luck! LAN Mob has a robust League of Legends community including TWO Rome Revolution Esports teams that play together weekly and compete in national events. The guys would be happy to show you some stuff, so stop by a weeknight and find us, or just talk to the front desk attendant and let them know you're looking for some League of Legends coaching. We'd be happy to walk you through the basics and get you up to speed.

More Info

Check out the ggChampions website at www.ggchampions.com where more info will be posted!

Another great way to connect with us here at LAN Mob is via our Discord, we have a couple hundred local gamers that hang out there including some of the best local gaming talent. Visit the LAN to get the Discord link which is posted around the shop.

Good luck and we're looking forward to seeing you at the LAN soon!

- Bossman
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