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Riot Games has published Session: Vi, a 37-track music album available for streamers to use for free without having to worry about copyright strikes.
Sessions: Vi features tracks from producers such as Purrple Cat, Sofasound, Engelwood, weird inside, and xander.
The album’s name refers to League of Legends character Vi, a former criminal who now works with the Wardens of Piltover to keep peace and order.
According to Riot, the Sessions project aims to help streamers and provide them with music that is free to use.
Streamers can use the album on streaming platforms such as Twitch and YouTube. They are not required to credit the artists on the track, though it is encouraged. Streamers who use Sessions: Vi can monetise their content.
The album is available to stream on Amazon Music, Apple Music, Deezer, Spotify, and YouTube Music. In addition, streamers and listeners can download the album directly from the Riot Games website.
You can listen to the entire Sessions: Vi album below:
This isn’t the first time Riot has made music available to streamers to use. Last year, the studio published a creator-safe playlist featuring tracks from League of Legends and various other producers.
Riot says that it is committed to producing more Sessions music albums in the future.
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