No copyright background music; Riot brings streamer-friendly album

Riot Games has released a new album called Diana.

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Riot Games has released a new album called Diana. It is the second release from the game developer in its “creator-safe” playlist. The new copyright-free music album was announced during The Game Awards, Sessions: Diana is now available across multiple streaming platforms.

The first in the series – Sessions: Vi, was launched earlier last year as Riot Games continues to launch copyright-free music for streamers and content creators. The new release follows on from the last launch; featuring a mix of lo-fi style instrumental beats composed “with streamers and content creators in mind.”

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The entire album was recorded by community musicians, some of whom have already created music for the Vi album.  “We’re excited to be able to share another Sessions album with players.” Said Toa Dunn, Head of Riot Games Music. “We hope that creators find Diana’s dreamstate vibes to be inspiring, and we can’t wait to see the album used in videos and streams.”

The new album Diana brings 43 new tracks from 25 articles. And will be available to listen across several music streaming services including YouTube Music, Apple Music, Spotify, Deezer, and Amazon Music.

Recently, Riot Games also shared some details of the upcoming season of its 2022 Valorant Champions Tour, the esports circuit for its FPS game. The company announced that a “new tournament circuit” will be held in October 2022 and the Valorant Challengers circuit will also be revamped for this year. Moreover, a Valorant Game Changers LAN tournament will also be held next year in November and December.

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