League of Legends players can now earn “unlimited” Riot Points through Microsoft Rewards, an online gifting system that rewards users based on their time spent online.
Usually, League players can only get in-game currency by purchasing it with real money or through pre-created codes. This gave players the ability to purchase skins, wards, icons and more only using pre-determined methods in the game client. But using the Microsoft Rewards system, League players will now be able to get an unlimited amount of RP without paying.
To get in-game currency, League players will need to log in to their Microsoft account and choose the goal they want to achieve by selecting 100 or 650 RP. After that, players will have different ways to earn Microsoft Points, which can then be redeemed for various freebies, including the coveted Riot Points.
On the main Microsoft Rewards page, you will see the phrase “Get Free Rewards”. But you’re actually “giving” something valuable to Microsoft, which leaves the word “free” up for debate. In exchange for points, Microsoft will collect user data and preferences, which benefits the tech company in various ways.
Earning points “is simple,” according to Microsoft. To earn freebies, users will only need to search online, shop, and play with Microsoft enabled. Plus, they can earn points by taking surveys and quizzes about their preferences.
Originally, the service was called “Bing Rewards”, which is also why users of Microsoft Rewards systems can earn more points by using the search engine owned and operated by Microsoft.