The object of every League of Legends match is to destroy the other team’s Nexus, but does anyone bother to figure out exactly how much money we’re knocking to the ground each time we secure a victory? Well, the Movoto Real Estate Blog was clearly curious.
Movoto determined that each Nexus would cost $24,106 in the real world. That translates to 3,326,628 Riot Points, League of Legends’ in-game currency. Free-to-play? Sure. Free-to-build? Not so much.
We’ve embedded an infographic below that shows exactly how Movoto came up with its figure. You can also check out some of their other whacky, gaming-related real-estate estimates:
Riot Games is a direct-to-consumer video game developer and publisher of premium, competitive online games. The company was established in 2006 and has quickly become a leading global developer and publisher of premium free-to-play onl... read more »
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