So, uh, it seems that ARAM is getting its own Clash tournament for some reason? Well, the rest of the changes we are actually looking forward to, though.
ARAM, the acronym for All Random All Mid, is a supported PvP game mode in League of Legends . Upon entering champion selection, ten summoners, five on each team, randomly summon a champion from their available pool of champions, and Riot Games are now making some changes to it.
These changes are all part and parcel of the Preseason 2023 changes and are geared towards diversifying the game mode, so as to not make it too boring for players.
After all, this is the only permanent casual game mode in League of Legends.
As a special thank you to ARAM players everywhere, Riot are going to be hosting their last Clash of the year on Howling Abyss! This Clash will be free-to-enter and feature an 8-team bracket where each team gets to play 3 matches.
Each player will receive 2 rerolls per game, so make sure you use them all!
Registration for this special, for-fun Clash will begin on December 5 and the tournament days will be on December 10 and 11, 2022.
Now, we know what kind of problems it causes when Clash is played on Summoner's Rift, and we can remember the overload the servers were under, We wonder then, have Riot Games really thought it through, when deciding on an ARAM Clash?