mobafire logo Mobafire to host E Sports videos of League of Legends

This week, Mobafire will start hosting E-Sports spots, replays, and top plays from the community. The website will be accepting videos from all League of Legends players, searching for top plays – particularly epic wins will be featured on the website, in the feature entitled Top 5 Weekly Plays.

mobafire logo(1) Mobafire to host E Sports videos of League of Legends

This week, Mobafire will start hosting E-Sports spots, replays, and top plays from the community. The website will be accepting videos from all League of Legends players, searching for top plays – particularly epic wins will be featured on the website, in the feature entitled Top 5 Weekly Plays.

I snagged an interview with the voice of Top 5 Weekly Plays, known in game as Enaio… but he also goes by the name of Jacob D. Smith. Jake has been an avid player of League of Legends for over three years, and his website contains info about his recent games, their outcome, and the strategies involved with playing the game. He's excited to be working on this project with Mobafire, and has been active with it since it's conception.

“Being able to watch other people in regular League of Legends games, and especially being able to submit videos, will be great for the community,” said Enaio, “It gives people a chance to not only learn from others players, but to be appreciated for their awesome plays. Players who aren't involved in the big leagues don't get their work noticed that often, and this will give them that chance.”

 

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Enaio has been working on the project for a month or so now, with Mobafire's video manager Yannis Ziakas. Yannis has worked on such games as Batman: Arkham Asylum, and is a video and effects specialist. Yannis has been going out of his way to make sure the new videos will be exciting and entertaining to anyone who plays League of Legends.

For those who are looking to see what's going on in the League community, while also watching game material that is sure to be diverting, Mobafire will be hosting these videos frequently. They'll be posting the first later this week, and hope that many will continue submitting videos for highlighting.

“I hope this takes off,” concluded Enaio, “Gamers who want to watch League game play have gotten the short end of the stick until now. Here, people know where to go to watch some quality content. They don't have to stumble around Youtube or TwitchTV, hoping to find something interesting. We'll make sure you get some great plays to watch.”

 

 Mobafire to host E Sports videos of League of Legends

 

To submit your own game material, use LoL Recorder or LoL Replay to record your game. Once you've gotten a great play, such as a penta or quadra kill, or even just good team work, submit it to their website. You even have the chance of winning a laptop, or other great prizes.

To see a teaser trailer for the replays, visit the video on their YouTube channel.