Ever since Season 1, the developers of League of Legends have been gifting players with limited edition Victorious skins to congratulate them on their success. 7 seasons later and Riot are still producing these highly sought after skins.
To date, a total of 7 Victorious skins have been released for champions such as Janna, Elise and Sivir to name a few. But with literally hundreds of champions to choose from, why did Riot pick the champions that they did? Did they just toss a coin, or is there some method to how they select champions?
In this article, we’ll be taking a look at how Riot picks the champions for their Victorious skins. From their initial brainstorming and selection criteria all the way to finished skin, we’ll be taking a look at the process Riot uses.
Speculation for the next Victorious skin has always been a big thing in the LoL community ever since they first started to get released. We might only be at the start of 2018, but already many people are beginning to speculate which champion is going to get the prestigious Victorious skin this season. To add to the discussion, we’ll also be picking which champions we think will be ideal candidates for the Season 8 Victorious skin.
But before we do all of that, how does Riot decide which champion gets a Victorious skin in the first place? Here’s everything you need to know.