“League of Legends is a popular multiplayer online battle arena game. … League of Legends was generally well received upon its release in 2009, and has since grown in popularity, with an active and expansive fanbase. By July 2012, League of Legends was the most played PC game in North America and Europe in terms of the number of hours played.” — Wikipedia
The game’s logo is made with Friz Quadrata, and up until 2015 (when this intro video was released) the typeface was used within the game as well, along with Gill Sans. At some point the game and web designers swapped Friz for Beaufort, a similar inscriptional typeface which was selected as a replacement perhaps because it has a wider range of weights and fewer idiosyncratic and/or distracting features. The accompanying sans is the seldom-seen Spiegel Sans, Lucas de Groot’s humanistic take on American industrial gothics like News Gothic. Both Beaufort and Spiegel are also used throughout the various League of Legends websites, while Colfax joins them for League of Legends Championship Series, a competitive league in which professional players battle in front of audiences.