New evidence shows that ATEEZ might be voicing the new “League of Legends” boy band

New evidence shows that ATEEZ might be voicing the new “League of Legends” boy band

ATEEZ has received a lot of attention over the last couple of days after their unexpected visit to Riot Games headquarters. Riot Games is behind the development of the global phenomenon, “League of Legends” and ATEEZ fans, better known as ATINY, strongly believe they are involved in the game’s new boy band.

the ATINY conjectured that ATEEZ would soon perform the anthem for the 2023 League of Legends World Championship in South Korea and here is the evidence of why might be actually happening.

Despite the fact that NewJeans released their phenomenal song “Gods” for this year’s anthem, the fans recalled in 2018 there were two songs supporting the championship, the primary “RISE” and the secondary anthem introduced the girl band, “K/DA” with their hit song “Pop Stars.”

This innovative idea brought freshness to the League of Legends musical catalog and the same time expansion from the different cultures combined because the girl band is composed of Madison Beer, Jaira Burns, (G)-IDLE’s Miyeon, and Soyeon.

On October 12, Riot Games posted a “New Boy Band” teaser with a cryptic caption that stated “We’re working on it,” and increased once again the speculations among the ATINY. The online community also suggested that ATEEZ could be the voice behind the virtual boy band and the six champions that are going to be part of the band: Ezreal, Kayn, Sett, Yone, K’ Sante, and Aphelios.

The ATINY and League of Legends fans predicted the boy band’s new song is going to be the counterpart of “Pop Stars” by calling it “Rock Stars” based on the latest teaser image released by Riot Games.

The last piece of evidence was a mug inscribed with the letter “A” and filled with tea, which was automatically interpreted to be related to ATEEZ. For now, the fans must wait until both parties reveal what’s in the store which surely is going to take everyone off guard.