Riot is coming down hard on "Leaguesharp" (L#), a site that charges anywhere between $15 and $50 a month for cheats.
The site offers services that grant League of Legends players the ability to "see hidden information; 'automate' gameplay to perform with enhanced or inhuman accuracy; and accumulate levels, experience and items at a rate this is not possible for a normal human player," as stated by lawsuit papers obtained by Rift Herald.
The League of Legends developer tried to avoid litigation by contacting the owners of the site directly. This approach proved ineffective, so now it is taking the legal route.
Riot says that it hopes to "put a stop to a commercial enterprise that is dedicated to destroying the LoL player experience, harming the LoL community, and subverting Riot's game (and its community) for its own profit."
The owners of Leaguesharp have 21 days to respond to Riot's lawsuit.