‘How Much Money Have I Spent in League of Legends’ Page is Apparently Down

Fahim Shahriar
By Fahim Shahriar
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Image Credit: Riot Games

Players can no longer check how much money they’ve spent on League of Legends.

League of Legends, released in 2009, is one of the most popular free-to-play games in the market. Being a free-to-play title, one of the ways the game makes money is by selling microtransactions. And the most popular form of microtransactions is cosmetics.

Riot adds new cosmetics to the game with each patch, whether it’s new skins, icons, emotes, or loot items. These cosmetics items are sold in-game and can be purchased using the premium currency Riot Points (RP). Unlike Blue Essence (BE), RP cannot be gained via gameplay and must be purchased with actual money.

That said, most of the players who have played League of Legends regularly have spent money on the game. They might have bought RP to buy the newest skin for the champions they like, Event passes, or even Loot Orbs. And most of these people are curious about how much money they have spent on the game.

However, few people kept track of how much money they spent and usually needed outside help to figure it out. That help came directly from Riot in the form of a page that lets players know exactly how much money they have spent on League of Legends.

The page was pretty helpful to many players and let them gauge their spending habits. But recently, the page went down and has not been reinstated as of writing this.

How Much Money Have I Spent in League of Legends Page
Image Credit: Riot Games

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When will the ‘How Much Money Have I Spent in League of Legends’ Page be up?

The page was taken down unexpectedly a few days ago, and Riot has yet to offer an official statement on the matter. But, due to the popularity of the page, it is unlikely that Riot would completely stop maintaining it. Thus the page will probably be fixed shortly; exactly when is unknown, but hopefully quite soon.

Shahriar is a League of Legends writer at GameRiv. He enjoys playing Video Games, watching Anime, and browsing the internet for outdated memes.