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Does Riot offer any way to keep track of the end of game stats via an XML file or something similar? They show a score grid that keeps track of almost everything; gold earned, damage dealt, largest critical strike, etc. I'd like to pull that data and make a graph out of it. I know how to do it if I can get access to that data so I'm wondering if anyone has heard either way.

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I can't answer my own question, but I found what I was looking for. Curious? – totbar Jun 24 '11 at 23:43
Not a game development question; more a question to be asked of the LoL developers. Perhaps on their forums. – Trevor Powell Jun 25 '11 at 1:14
@totbar you can answer your own answer just click answer button down there – Ali.S Jun 25 '11 at 11:33

Totbar, I saw you commented above with this link. As a LoL player myself, I used this site for a bit, until I learned that you had to do it almost every day or the logs would be outdated.

Also, if you didn't start doing it the moment you started playing LoL, the stats only reflect the logs you have uploaded.

I stopped paying attention to it because it was faulty.

Essentially, I'm sure your records overall are saved on the LoL servers somewhere (they have to be due to the takedowns calculation and stuff), but as of right now, and for whatever reason, this is not available to the players.

Frustrating, I know.

Edit: I just found a League of Legends statistics crawler!

Thank me later. :)

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WOW! Great site, thanks a bunch! – Anzeo Jun 28 '11 at 7:04
Thats a very nice site, I used and was wondering about a better way! – Allan Kimmer Jensen Jul 26 '11 at 11:53 and appear to no longer exist. – AverageUnknown Dec 14 '15 at 16:56

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