Riot Games Announces Wild Rift Star Guardian Art School in the Philippines

Riot Games has announced that a League of Legends: Wild Rift Star Guardian themed art school will be held in Manila, Philippines. The venue will provide fans and anime enthusiasts with a unique experience to explore and immerse themselves in the magical world of the Star Guardians universe. Entrants have the opportunity to create their own themed art from one of Wild Rift’s largest anime-themed skin lines. The event will take place in one of the most popular cafes in the Philippines. More information regarding registration and reservations will be announced July 27 on the official Wild Rift social media channels.

Unleash your creativity with the Star Guardian Art School

Star Guardian is a series of in-game character skins from the world of League of Legends, based on the anime genre Mahou Shoujo (Magical Girls). The genre is usually made up of high school girls who can transform into magical heroes to protect their town from evil forces.

To celebrate the release of one of the biggest lineups of skins in the League of Legends franchise, Riot Games has announced a Star Guardians-themed art school. The art school celebrates the craftsmanship and detail behind the skin line, giving participants a chance to create Star Guardian-inspired artwork themselves.

Riot Games will unveil its first-ever Star Guardian art school at the Moon Rabbit Café in San Juan City, Metro Manila. The event will run for three days from July 29-31 daily from 9:45 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.

The event will provide fans with a ton of ways to express their creativity. Star Guardian DIY tote bags (do it yourself), Hydro Dipping classes and Fan Art zones, where guests arrive on plaster walls with their creative doodles and messages.

In addition to craft activities, the site also provides an area where fans can enjoy Star Guardian music videos and take photos with the Star Guardian team. Various themed drinks will also be offered in the room, such as Starstruck Lemonade – a cosmic color-changing drink!

“The Philippines is a very important market for the growth and expansion of Riot Games,” said Joel Guzman, National Director of Operations for Riot Games in the Philippines. “We are thrilled to bring the Star Guardian Art School experience to fans, gamers, and anime enthusiasts nationwide to show their appreciation for their loyalty and support. We hope the event can bring together the Filipino gaming and anime communities as Riot Games continues to identify local interests and opportunities for more title-related events in the future.

Star Guardian Art School tickets and booking details

The event is a reservation-only experience. Interested participants are required to book a time slot before visiting the site. More information will be shared on the official Wild Rift social media on July 27.

Kayleen C. Rice