Generally speaking, League of Legends is a well structured game. You can play the game normally until you reach level 30, at which point you can try your luck at ‘ranked’ where players can be in the bronze, silver, gold, platinum, diamond, challenger or master ranks. And, if you’re fending off ranked opponents like it’s child’s play, you could always go pro.
But what if you hit level 30 and don’t want to join ranked or become a professional eSports player? Well, then you’d be out of luck.
To remedy this, League of Legends developer Riot Games has been testing a system called ‘Champion Mastery’ on the PBE (Public Beta Environment), getting feedback ready for a full release. That full release has now arrived and Champion Mastery is now available; letting players level up their champions and not just their profiles.