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How Riot used tech from The Mandalorian to build Worlds’ astonishing mixed reality stage – The Verge

For the 2020 edition of the League of Legends World Championship, better known as Worlds, developer Riot Games utilized a high-tech mixed reality stage, similar…



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After a hard-fought win over Korean team Gen.G, all five members of Europes G2 Esports stood at the edge of a pool of clear, glistening water to take a bow and celebrate their victory. Two members then picked up their star teammate, Rasmus Caps Borregaard Winther, and held him over the water, as if to throw him overboard. Its a good thing they didnt despite how real the water may have looked to viewers, it was nothing but pixels.
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