Check Out The New League Of Legends Noob Friendly Commercial

league of legends noob friendly adLeague of Legends is celebrating their 8th anniversary. That’s eight years of killing heroes, taking down towers, and picking on the new guy. Let’s face it, MOBAs like LoL, DoTA, and HoN aren’t very noob friendly. Riot Games is looking to change this culture with their new commercial, or at the very least, encourage new players to try the game.

It’s an inspiring commercial that encourages noobs to take that first step into the unknown and just enjoy it. Like the commercial says, “At some point, everyone is a beginner.” You can watch the ad below.

  • Yea Right

    Haha yea I saw this, I don't play League of Legends but thought this was an interesting commercial.

  • Nolife Alice

    I hate this commercial, instead of fixing smurfing and hackers they tell people to be noobs and keep beeing noobs.

    Also remember when people with 3-12-4 get banned 14 days for feeding?

    Remember when that blitzcrank support bot perma banned for using a non meta strategy going with smite on support?

    You get banned if you do what this video said.

    • Going 3-12-4 isn't bannable and never was. Everyone has bad game, I guarantee YOU've had 0-10 games if you've played enough league.

  • ivan_

    People always think "wow, I have to play with so many noobs all the time" - then git gud. The pros all knew that when they were climbing ladder, the only variable you can change in every game is YOURSELF. Calling people noobs in the first place is just toxic, if anything this commercial shows how bad the League community is.

    But on the other side of things, if people are doing something they are just awful at AND have no passion for, it is probably a waste of time and effort for them to improve at it. I don't think MOBAs are like that, they are accessible to a very large demographic, but some people don't care about MOBAs so they will never improve. But something such as painting or accounting... if you were not meant to be a painter or accountant, you would know.

    Either way, while I agree with the sentiment (don't be toxic + don't tilt on a losing streak), I disagree with the approach (celebrate being bad). First step to improving is admitting mistakes, if someone likes being bad they will never see what they do wrong and stagnate. But again, most important fact is that the only variable you can change in every game is yourself, so instead of blaming "noobs" and "feeders", work on being a better player.

    (Whether or not the ELO/MMR system works is a different discussion, imo ELO hell does exist and is a big problem to serious players trying to improve; but you can still improve in ELO hell, if only marginally. If you improve to a point where you are carrying all your games, ELO improvement is inevitable even with hundreds of games played.)

  • Augosyx

    “At some point, everyone is a beginner.” That's an understatement. People who are calling themselves "Elites" forgotten they were once like that and won't admit they were either. It's not just LoL related, most of the game have this type of people. If anything, this ad is more cringe worthy than anything.

  • connor leon

    I hate this commercial, instead of fixing smurfing and hackers they tell people to be noobs and keep beeing noobs.Also remember when people with 3-12-4 get banned 14 days for feeding?Remember when that blitzcrank support bot perma banned for using a non meta strategy going with smite on support?You get banned if you do what this video said.

  • nathan de koning

    People always think "wow, I have to play with so many noobs all the time" - then git gud. The pros all knew that when they were climbing ladder, the only variable you can change in every game is YOURSELF. Calling people noobs in the first place is just toxic, if anything this commercial shows how bad the League community is.But on the other side of things, if people are doing something they are just awful at AND have no passion for, it is probably a waste of time and effort for them to improve at it. I don't think MOBAs are like that, they are accessible to a very large demographic, but some people don't care about MOBAs so they will never improve. But something such as painting or accounting... if you were not meant to be a painter or accountant, you would know.Either way, while I agree with the sentiment (don't be toxic + don't tilt on a losing streak), I disagree with the approach (celebrate being bad). First step to improving is admitting mistakes, if someone likes being bad they will never see what they do wrong and stagnate. But again, most important fact is that the only variable you can change in every game is yourself, so instead of blaming "noobs" and "feeders", work on being a better player.(Whether or not the ELO/MMR system works is a different discussion, imo ELO hell does exist and is a big problem to serious players trying to improve; but you can still improve in ELO hell, if only marginally. If you improve to a point where you are carrying all your games, ELO improvement is inevitable even with hundreds of games played.)

  • slayer929

    Haha yea I saw this before, it was so interesting to watch that I actually watched the whole commercial. I don't play League of Legends but thought this was an cool commercial.

  • Vincent

    Haha yea I saw this before, it was so interesting to watch that I actually watched the whole commercial. I don't play League of Legends but thought this was an cool commercial.

  • Jeremiah

    I hate this commercial, instead of fixing smurfing and hackers they tell people to be noobs and keep beeing noobs.Also remember when people with 3-12-4 get banned 14 days for feeding?Remember when that blitzcrank support bot perma banned for using a non meta strategy going with smite on support?You get banned if you do what this video said.