Unofficial League of Legends-themed restaurant opens in China

MOBA-themed eatery gets $160,000 in investment.

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A restaurant tailored after the popular MOBA title League of Legends has opened in the city of Chongquing in the People's Republic of China. However, the eatery has not been endorsed by publisher Riot Games.

One of the servers brandishing the menu. (image credit: MMO Culture)
One of the servers brandishing the menu. (image credit: MMO Culture)

According to a gallery opened up by MMO Culture, the restaurant is called Demacia, named after the city-state from the game. The servers in the place are dressed up as characters in the game, like Caitlyn, Ezreal, and Twisted Fate. The menu includes deep fried scorpions, braised snake meat, and crab meat themed after League of Legends characters, as well as cocktails named after in-game potions and items.

About $160,000 was invested in the business according to a Chongquing local newspaper article. A representative for Riot Games told GameSpot: "This restaurant is absolutely not officially licensed by us and is purely fan activity."

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