League of Legends’ Arcane Immersive Experience Coming to Los Angeles

Credit: Riot Games/Secret Cinema

The world of League of Legends has grown from its online battle arena video game roots. Riot Games has expanded to music with its virtual group, K/DA, which turns characters like Ahri, Akali, Evelynn, and Kai’Sa into pop idols. Next up, the company is teaming up with Netflix to produce an animated series, Arcane, a retelling of the origin stories of characters in the land of Piltover and Zaun. To get fans excited, Riot Games has partnered up with Secret Cinema to bring an immersive experience to Los Angeles starting on November 21, 2021.

Arcane will be the first-ever gaming experience from Secret Cinema, a London-based company that creates immersive live experiences where fans can step into their favorite films. The company has brought many immersive experiences to life including Star Wars, Blade Runner, and Casino Royale. In Arcade, guests will embark on an adventure where they will get to interact with inhabitants of the world, whether they are friendly or sinister. They will have to complete missions, evade the Piltover Enforcers, and their choices will impact the ending of the story.

Tickets to the real-life narrative experience are available now on https://tickets.secretcinema.org/arcane/. The event will be held for 4 weeks only. Tickets start at $70 each + booking fees.

About Arcane

Based on the game League of Legends, the animated event series features a complex world filled with moral decisions, breathtaking animation and suspenseful storytelling. Tensions between two cities boil over as new inventions threaten revolution. In Piltover, Hextech democratizes magic, in Zaun, a drug transforms humans into monsters as Arcane brings some of League of Legends’ famous champions to life.

Hailee Steinfeld voices Vi, and she’ll be joined by Ella Purnell as Jinx, Kevin Alejandro as Jayce, Katie Leung as Caitlyn, Jason Spisak as Silco, Toks Olagundoye as Mel, JB Blanc as Vander, Harry Lloyd as Viktor, and Mia Sinclair Jenness as Powder.

Arcane premieres on Netflix on November 6, 2021.

Credit: Riot Games/Secret Cinema
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