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How to use emojis in League of Legends?

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League of Legends is a popular MOBA game and as of now, more than 100 million gamers play the game making it one of the best-performing games ever.

Emojis are small, colourful images that can be sent to convey emotions, reactions and messages in a more fun and creative way. They are an effective way to communicate with your team or taunt your opponent in the game. The emojis can range from basic expressions like happy, sad or angry, to more complex gestures such as thumbs up, thumbs down or victory passes.

In this article, we discuss how to use emojis in League of Legends. Using emojis in League of Legends is easy.

Press Windows and ; keys or Windows and . keys to open the emoji keyboard.

After that, use the emojis as per your requirement.

Remember, you can’t use emojis while you’re in-game. You can only use the emojis in the after-game discussions or chats.

If, for any reason, you cannot open the emoji keyboard, copy the emoji from the internet and paste it into the chat, which will work too.

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Dos and don’ts of using emojis in League of Legends

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Using emojis can be a fun and awesome way to communicate. However, there are a few points that you should remember while using emojis.

DosDon’ts
Congratulate your teammate when they make a good playHarass or insult other players
Signal that you are now going to start a new match or are about to engage in a fightSpam other players as it can be distracting and annoying
Express enthusiasm and positivitySpread negativity in the game
Apologise if you made a mistakeaMicromanage your teammates

By following these dos and don’ts, you can use emojis effectively and more positively in League of Legends.

Also read: How many skins are in League of Legends?

Kumar Hemant

Deputy Editor at Candid.Technology. Hemant writes at the intersection of tech and culture and has a keen interest in science, social issues and international relations. You can contact him here: kumarhemant@pm.me

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