Riot Games Releases K/DA ALL OUT Merch
At this year’s League of Legends World Championship, virtual K-pop team K/DA returned. But unlike 2018 or 2019 with Authentic Damage, Riot Games didn’t just launch just one song. This year, an entire five-track EP branded ALL OUT was published.
To mark its release, Riot has published a product line. Available on the Legitimate Damage Site, the League of Legends collection includes different t-shirts and hoodies ranging in cost around $65. The clothes pieces are branded with all the signatures and images of the woman group members.
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The supergroup has had just two augmented reality performances in the 2018 and 2020 Earth. Though many have criticized the 2020 performance, saying that poor excellent versions and light had marred it, it seems that Riot won’t be quitting any time soon in generating songs, promising”a more international pop audio” for prospective K/DA releases.
Besides this product launch, Riot also collaborated with Nike and Japanese clothing manufacturer AAPE to launch two additional collections. These collaborations were created to coincide with the 2020 World Championship, which the Korean group DAMWON Gaming won.
This season, Seraphine was added into the current line-up of Ahri, Akali, Evelynn, and Kai’Sa, where she climbs out of her roots to have the ability to share the stage with all the in-universe supergroup. Various controversies surround Seraphine, such as complaints her apparel is uninspired, which Riot appropriated mental health problems for industrial purposes, and allegations that the winner is based on a real person with no acceptance.
The ALL OUT EP includes five tracks performed by the Typical real-life line-up of Madison Beer, Jaira Burns, and Miyeon and Soyeon from (G)I-DLE and Lots of guests such as TWICE and Kim Petras. It’s available on all significant streaming solutions such as Spotify, YouTube, and Apple Music.