League of Legend domain registrations point to Supremacy mode

By Brenna Hillier, Monday, 16 April 2012 02:06 GMT

A pile of small clues add up to one big sign pointing straight at League of Legends: Supremacy.

In February, Riot Games’ usual registrant, mark Monitor, snapped up leagueoflegendssupremacy.com and .net.

In the wake of this, Fusible did a bit of sleuthing and found that the company has made dozens of registrations on the same theme, complete with typos and abbreviations.

Mark Monitor has also taken over Supermacy.com and .net, which the site believes would have come at a high price.

Prior to Riot’s announcement of League of Legends: Dominion, Mark Monitor went through a similar process, suggesting Supremacy is an update or revision of at least equal weight.

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