Champion Select app allows you to Read Lore and Share Victories from League of Legends

Feb 19, 2013

It is no secret that League of Legends is popular, with over 12 million active players a day. AltEgo, is developing an app that expands your League of Legends experience onto Android and the web. Morgan J. East, the Community Manager for AltEgo let us in on the Beta and gave us all the details. They are now needing Beta testers, as well.

So, what if after your battle, you could extend the competition by sharing it on a social network? Champion Select does just that. Show off your victory to your Friends on Facebook, and Followers on Twitter, teasing all those who played against you. It’ll certainly increase rivalry for future encounters, making things very public for humiliation.


  • Android and web versions are FREE
  • Read the lore on each Champion
  • Post with a Champion
  • Share Victory posters with friends (frenemies) on Facebook and Twitter, even an Email option
  • Eventually, there will be paid “tiers” that will unlock new posters
  • Some Victory posters will require certain in-game qualifications to unlock

Morgan stated that one feature that is in development, is the inclusion of displaying the skin you used during the game, so that you can accurately display your Champion. And it will also show your teammates Champion skins as they were used in the game.

AltEgo is very proud of their product, and are excited to talk about it. And rightfully so, it’s certainly the natural extension that League of Legends has been missing.

Seth Gerson, CEO of AltEgo:

“We play LoL a lot, and are always posting our victories.  We thought that this would be a much more fun way to do it.  These posters allow you to get across messages that go further than just a screenshot.”

Jonathan Golub, VP Product at AltEgo:

“We’re designing special posters for Pentakills, Quadrakills and other in-game achievements.  With over 70 million LoL players worldwide, we’re creating many different styles of posters.  We get inspired by classic movie posters, album covers and even World War II propaganda posters.”