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An unofficial .NET Client for Riot Games and their games League of Legends, Legends of Runeterra, Teamfight Tactics and Valorant.


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Riot Games .NET Client (unofficial)

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An unofficial .NET Client for Riot Games and their games League of Legends, Legends of Runeterra, Teamfight Tactics and Valorant.

✅ Purpose-built Open API client generator

✅ Vanilla C# - Code generation done with Roslyn.

✅ Auto-generated overloads for CLR objects.

✅ Continuously tested against the live API.

✅ All tests required to be successful before deploy.

✅ Performance tested - the extra classes have no measurable impact.

✅ Optimized - you call the HttpClient almost directly.

Embedded symbols and Source link - see the source code while debugging.

Deterministic build - byte-for-byte output is identical across compilations.

❌ POST, PUT, DELETE and queries - for that, use other libraries for now (e.g. for RGAPI, Camille, and or LCU, PoniLCU).

❌ Game API - for that, use other libraries for now (e.g. Camille).


A big thank you for your support!

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You can see the library running in your browser using Blazor at, which has a Cloudflare Workers proxy between the browser and Riot Games API.


You can find the latest releases on GitHub Packages and on

To install the latest version of the package, type the following in the package manager console:

Install-Package MikaelDui.RiotGames.Client

Or use the .NET CLI reference the latest stable and stay up-to-date:

dotnet add package MikaelDui.RiotGames.Client --version *

You can also use a PackageReference to stay up-to-date with the latest stable build:

<PackageReference Include="MikaelDui.RiotGames.Client" Version="*" />


using RiotGames.LeagueOfLegends;
using LeagueOfLegendsClient client = new("RGAPI-SUPERSECRET", Server.NA);

var summoner = await client.GetSummonerByNameAsync("Some summoner name");
var masteries = await client.GetMasteriesAsync(summoner);
foreach(var mastery in masteries)
    Console.WriteLine($"Champion #{mastery.ChampionId}: {mastery.championPoints} points");
using RiotGames.LegendsOfRuneterra;
using LegendsOfRuneterraClient client = new("RGAPI-SUPERSECRET", RegionRoute.AMERICAS);

var leaderboards = await client.GetRankedLeaderboardsAsync();
foreach(var player in leaderboards.Players)
    Console.WriteLine($"Player #{player.Name}: {player.Lp} LP");
using RiotGames.TeamfightTactics;
using TeamfightTacticsClient client = new("RGAPI-SUPERSECRET", PlatformRoute.NA1);

var leagueEntries = await client.GetLeagueEntriesAsync("some-summoner-ID");
foreach(var entry in leagueEntries)
    Console.WriteLine($"Player #{entry.SummonerName}: {player.LeaguePoints} LP");

Getting a Valorant match

using RiotGames.Valorant;
using ValorantClient client = new("RGAPI-SUPERSECRET", ValPlatformRoute.EU);

var match = await client.GetMatchAsync("some-match-ID");
foreach(var player in match.Players)
    Console.WriteLine($"Player #{player.Title} played champion #{player.ChampionId}");

Doing multi-game stuff

Using the RiotGamesClient class gives you easy access to multiple game clients at once.

using RiotGames;
using RiotGamesClient client = new("RGAPI-SUPERSECRET", PlatformRoute.NA1, ValPlatformRoute.NA);

var lolSummoner = await client.LeagueOfLegends.GetSummonerByNameAsync("some-summoner-name");
var lolMasteries = await client.LeagueOfLegends.GetMasteriesAsync(summoner);
foreach(var mastery in lolMasteries)
    Console.WriteLine($"Champion #{mastery.ChampionId}: {mastery.championPoints} points");

var lorLeaderboards = await client.LegendsOfRuneterra.GetRankedLeaderboardsAsync();
foreach(var player in lorLeaderboards.Players)
    Console.WriteLine($"Player #{player.Name}: {player.Lp} LP");

Getting the current League of Legends champ select

You can use the LeagueClient to communicate directly with the League Client (aka LCU).

using RiotGames.LeagueOfLegends.LeagueClient;
using LeagueClient.LeagueOfLegendsClient client = new();

var session = await client.ChampSelect.GetSessionAsync();
foreach(var teamMember in session.MyTeam)
    var summoner = await client.Summoners.GetSummonerAsync(teamMember);
    Console.WriteLine($"Team member: {summoner.DisplayName}");

Generated Code

The generated code looks like this:



The client includes these sub-packages:

Notice from Riot Games

Riot Games .NET Client (unofficial) isn't endorsed by Riot Games and doesn't reflect the views or opinions of Riot Games or anyone officially involved in producing or managing Riot Games properties. Riot Games, and all associated properties are trademarks or registered trademarks of Riot Games, Inc.


An unofficial .NET Client for Riot Games and their games League of Legends, Legends of Runeterra, Teamfight Tactics and Valorant.




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