League of Legends

How to complete Sett’s Calling Card mission in League of Legends

Published: 6/Jan/2020 0:17 Updated: 14/Jan/2020 22:46

by Andrew Amos

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With the release of League’s newest champion Sett expected next week, a mysterious item has been popping up in players’ loot inventories called Sett’s Calling Card. Here’s how you can get it.

Sett is the latest edition to League, with the Ionian top laner joining the roster of 147 other champions in Runeterra on Patch 10.1. 

While he’s not in the game yet, players are able to unlock a mysterious item called Sett’s Calling Card from playing the game. If you want to get your hands on one before the Mecha Kingdoms event starts on January 15, here’s how you can complete the calling card mission.

Riot GamesSett will be released sometime on Patch 10.1 with a skin from the new Mecha Kingdoms line.

How to get Sett’s Calling Card in LoL

Nothing has been confirmed by Riot about how to unlock Sett’s Calling Card, but players have narrowed down to two possible ways of getting the item.

The first way, which is more speculative is by having a phenomenal performance in a game. That can be getting quadra or pentakills, or an S+ in-game rating.

The second, which has been rumored to be more likely, is by getting 10 first blood kills. Straight after getting the 10th first blood, players have had the item pop up in their loot section.

Riot GamesNo one knows what Sett’s Calling Card does for now.

What does Sett’s Calling Card do?

Players who obtained Sett’s Calling Card before his release on January 14 will be able to unlock the champion for free.

It doesn’t come with the Mecha Kingdom skin, so players who have Sett’s Calling Card but were also looking to buy the skin will have to pay 1350 RP separately for it.

If you didn’t get Sett’s Calling Card, you will have to buy the champion as normal for 7800 BE if you want him now, or 6300 BE if you wait a week for the regular pricing to kick in.

When will Sett be released in LoL?

Sett is now live in League of Legends as of January 14. He was released with a Mecha Kingdom skin for the upcoming event, set to start on January 15.

If you want to pick up the new juggernaut in the top lane, we’ve assembled a guide to all the tips and tricks you need to know to master the Boss of Summoner’s Rift.

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LIVE: LCS Lock In 2021 Day 1: Perkz’s debut for Cloud9 goes awry

Published: 15/Jan/2021 23:00 Updated: 16/Jan/2021 2:52

by Andrew Amos

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The LCS has kicked off 2021 not with the Spring Split, but with a new tournament called Lock In. Similar to the KeSPA Cup or Demacia Cup, NA’s top teams will duke it out in a pre-season event right before the main season. Here’s what you need to know.


  • 100 Thieves, Liquid, Evil Geniuses, Dignitas open up LCS Lock In with wins.
  • Perkz’s Cloud9 debut goes awry with 4/7/2 statline on Yone.
  • Golden Guardians vs CLG next at 7pm PT / 10pm ET.

LCS Lock In: Stream

The LCS Lock In tournament is the 2021 starter for League of Legends in North America. All 10 LCS teams will take part in the two-week competition that gives fans a taster of the year to come.

They’re not playing for pittance either. The winning team will take home $150,000 USD, and a lot of confidence heading into the start of Spring 2021 in February.

LCS Lock In 2021: Teams & groups

As we mentioned earlier, all 10 of the LCS teams will be taking part in the Lock In tournament. Some teams may choose to field their academy rosters instead of their main rosters, but with $150,000 on the line, there’ll definitely be some teams gunning for the flag.

Among them, Summer 2020 champions TSM would be favorites. Having made a number of moves in the off-season, only keeping jungler Mingyi ‘Spica’ Lu, the new squad will have a hard task in front of them. Team Liquid, CLG, and Cloud9 also made some big moves in the off-season to catch back up.

The 10 teams will be split into groups of two, with the top four from each group making it to the single-elimination playoffs.

Group A Group B
TSM FlyQuest
100 Thieves Cloud9
CLG Dignitas
Golden Guardians Evil Geniuses
Team Liquid Immortals

LCS Lock In 2021: Schedule

Groups Day 1: Friday, January 15

Group Match PT ET GMT
Group A 100 Thieves 1 – 0 TSM 3pm 6pm 11pm
CLG 0 – 1 Liquid 4pm 7pm 12am (Jan 16)
Group B Cloud9 0 – 1 Evil Geniuses 5pm 8pm 1am (Jan 16)
Dignitas 1 – 0 FlyQuest 6pm 9pm 2am (Jan 16)
Group A Golden Guardians vs CLG 7pm 10pm 3am (Jan 16)

Groups Day 2: Saturday, January 16

Group Match PT ET GMT
Group B Immortals vs Evil Geniuses 1pm 4pm 9pm
Group A Golden Guardians vs TSM 2pm 5pm 10pm
Group B Cloud9 vs FlyQuest 3pm 6pm 11pm
Immortals vs Dignitas 4pm 7pm 12am (Jan 17)
Group A CLG vs 100 Thieves 5pm 8pm 1am (Jan 17)

Groups Day 3: Sunday, January 17

Group Match PT ET GMT
Group B Immortals vs Cloud9 1pm 4pm 9pm
Group A Liquid vs 100 Thieves 2pm 5pm 10pm
Group B Dignitas vs Evil Geniuses 3pm 6pm 11pm
Group A CLG vs TSM 4pm 7pm 12am (Jan 18)
Golden Guardians vs Liquid 5pm 8pm 1am (Jan 18)

Groups Day 4: Friday, January 22

Group Match PT ET GMT
Group B Dignitas vs Cloud9 3pm 6pm 11pm
Group A Golden Guardians vs 100 Thieves 4pm 7pm 12am (Jan 23)
Group B Evil Geniuses vs FlyQuest 5pm 8pm 1am (Jan 23)
Group A Liquid vs TSM 6pm 9pm 2am (Jan 23)
Group B Immortals vs FlyQuest 7pm 10pm 3am (Jan 23)

Quarterfinals Day 1: Saturday, January 23

Match PT ET GMT
TBD vs TBD 1pm 4pm 9pm
TBD vs TBD 5pm 8pm 1am (Jan 24)

Quarterfinals Day 2: Sunday, January 24

Match PT ET GMT
TBD vs TBD 1pm 4pm 9pm
TBD vs TBD 5pm 8pm 1am (Jan 24)

Semifinals Day 1: Friday, January 29

Match PT ET GMT
TBD vs TBD 3pm 6pm 11pm

Semifinals Day 2: Saturday, January 30

Match PT ET GMT
TBD vs TBD 1pm 4pm 9pm

Grand Finals: Sunday, January 31

Match PT ET GMT
TBD vs TBD 1pm 4pm 9pm