League of Legends: How to make the most of the 2020 Essence Emporium

League of Legends. Photo Courtesy of Riot Games.
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The League of Legends Essence Emporium is back open for business on Patch 10.9. Here is our guide on how to make the most of the Blue Essence shop.

League of Legends players are in for a surprise next time they open their client as the Essence Emporium has been reopened allowing summoners to spend their hard-earned Blue Essence on a variety of cosmetics, including new icons, chromas, and the famous Urfwick skin.

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What’s available in the 2020 edition of the Essence Emporium? How can you make the most of your Blue Essence before the shop disappears on May 13, 2020? Here are your options:

Exclusive Chromas

The League of Legends partner program has a set of emerald green chromas for several of your favorite champions that are usually restricted to content creator giveaways. However, for just 10,000 Blue Essence each, you can purchase them in the Essence Emporium for a limited time. The options are:

  • High Noon Darius
  • Infernal Amumu
  • Nightbringer Vladimir
  • Program LeBlanc
  • Star Guardian Zoe
  • True Damage Akali
  • Winter Wonder Neeko

Aside from the rarity of these chromas, which makes them ideal for flexing on players in-game, each of the skins looks great in emerald green. Amumu and Neeko are the standouts for this selection, so they’re definitely worth a look if you’ve got plenty of BE to spare.

Chromas for recent Sugar Rush, Nightbrinder/Dawnbringer, Elderwood, PROJECT, and True Damage skins are also available and all cost 2,000 BE each.


Although chromas are the main use for Blue Essence during the Essence Emporium, there is one full skin available during the sale: Urfwick.

This is one of those classic skins that everyone knows about, even if they don’t own it. Urfwick is only available while the Essence Emporium is open, but costs a massive 150,000 BE. Better start saving!


If you’re looking for a new Summoner Icon, the Essence Emporium is the perfect place to look. Mystery chests grant summoners a mystery mini icon for just 2,500 BE and you can choose from several regions of Runeterra to narrow down your search.


There is also a selection of emotes to purchase with your excess Blue Essence. The “But why?” Sona icon is available for 25,000 BE, the Make It Rain emote is available for 50,000 BE, and the Money Bags emote is available for a very costly 75,000 BE.

Show off your big spender status with any of these emotes!

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Clearly, there are a ton of cool options to spend your Blue Essence on during the 2020 Essence Emporium. Be sure to take advantage of the sales before the shop closes on May 13!