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The Future of PATCH ALERT



Hello guys,

It’s WizZarD again and this time I want to talk to you about the future of PATCH ALERT. Note that I will try to write this post as short and detailed as possible.

So I set PA up on the 30th of June of 2016, seeing that there weren’t many League of Legends news websites, I decided to give PA a try and post about upcoming features and patches of League of Legends, and that was why I called it PA. In my vision, I would have a site where I would post news about League of Legends’ patches, and details about them, that’s why the name PATCH ALERT came. Then, I saw that this little website was doing OK and was getting views from the League community, so I kept and updated it further.

PATCH ALERT will be 1 year old for 24 days, and it’s really exciting for me to know that my little website has grown this much for a year. I will keep updating the website with all League of Legends information as always and I hope it grows even more.

Now as you can notice, there are more games added to our site too. Games like Smite, Paladins, Dauntless, Minecraft etc. We decided to add these games because the website looked kinda lonely when it only had League of Legends news. I am happy on adding these new games, even though our main source of traffic is League of Legends news.

However, with all good things, there are always bad things too, and my story is not an exception. You see, I can’t say that we get a lot of traffic daily, and the thing is that me, as the only contributor here, gives away too much time in designing some of the posts’ thumbnails and posting news. It takes me a lot of time to write about everything and it seriously gets really difficult sometimes, to the point that I just break down and give up. However, despite these feelings, I promise to never let PA down and to always update it. Firstly because I am doing this for myself, and then for you guys, and secondly because I really love doing what I do. I may not have an outbreaking success, but I try my best.

As my final words, I would like to tell you that I am no longer posting about each and every information that is coming through. I will post only the things that I think are relevant and that in my opinion will bring visitors to the website, for the simple fact that I can’t really write and try my best when no one is actually reading it…

I hope you guys understand and support me, if anyone is even reading this right now, LOL.

Gevio Tabaku, is a 17-year-old from Albania, with the passion for gaming and journalism. He writes to his website “THE GAME FEED” and provides the mass gaming audience of new and upcoming features, to games such as League of Legends, Paladins, Smite, etc.

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