The Future Group brings AR characters to life, live on stage, for the League of Legends 2018 Worlds opening ceremony.
Riot Games Unveils New Virtual K-Pop Quartet K/DA for 'Mixed Reality' Performance
The quartet performed via augmented reality during the 2018 League of Legends Finals Opening Ceremony presented by Mastercard alongside (G)I-dle and American singers Madison Beer and Jaira Burns.
Fictional Hologram Band Tops Real-World Charts After Stunning ‘League of Legend’ Show
Riot Games created a hologram K-Pop band made up of characters from its “League of Legends” game and had them perform live during the World Championships in Korea over the weekend. The single by K/DA, voiced by Madison Beer, Jaira Burns and (G)I-DLE members Soyeon and Miyeon, managed to rake in 13 million views in its first 48 hours. Not bad for a group that doesn’t really exist.
The League of Legends world championship opened with an AR K-pop concert
League of Legends developer Riot Games opened its annual world championships with a special K-pop augmented reality performance created specifically to promote its new K/DA skins.
Riot introduced four new K/DA skins for League of Legends players recently, and to celebrate the launch, the developer teamed up with popular K-pop group (G)I-DLE, and American artists Madison Beer and Jaira Burns. The song, “Pop/Stars,” is performed by the aforementioned artists in the video above, and they’re accompanied by some of the four K/DA skins onstage via augmented reality.