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Last week, the whole League of Legends community was excited by the rumors and conspiracies about Seraphine, the based-in-the-music-Champion that may arrive at Riot Games’ MOBA very soon.

All this excitement was created by the way these rumors appeared, which could be the most incredible marketing strategy that the videogame company has ever done: Seraphine was revealed with her own social-media profiles on Twitter and Instagram.

Seraphine on Instagram

In both platforms, you can find Seraphine as “@seradotwav“, and you can check that her art design follows Riot Games’ style, while is a character who is a lot into music, a feature that matches Riot’s announcements for their newest Champion.

These hints and many more tell us that the character is “real”. To enforce this belief, Seraphine has written some stuff on her Twitter, like “yea I like league! :)”.

One day after it, Riot Games made another exciting announcement: K/DA, their virtual music band, will be back with a new song that is going to be released the upcoming August 27th.

K/DA was created for the official theme song for the 2018 League of Legends World Championship Finals, starring Ahri, Akli, Kai’Sa, and Evelynn, who performed their only single: POP/STARS

Right after writing on Twitter “also stan K/DA”, Seraphine uploaded a new song cover to her social media… guess what song it was?

In K/DA’s official profiles, we have seen many updates and images about what could be a new style or look for the virtual music band, but leaks always happen…

There is an image where, apart from Ahir, Kai’Sa, Akali, and Evelynn, a new member appears or, rather, Seraphine appears.

Seraphine would be the one in the top-right corner, and it is funny to see how she replied to this post.

We don’t know where this picture came from, and why this user had it, but what we know for sure is that we will have to wait a little bit more to see this Champion in the Summoners’ Rift since Samira needs to be released before her.

Rumors say that Seraphine will be officially released for the 2020 League of Legends World Championship, so maybe we have a spectacular presentation of the Champ (and maybe together with K/DA).

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