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Playboy's Miss October Pamela Horton is an avid gamer and plays League of Legends

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Playboy's Playmate of the Month/Miss October is an avid gamer. No, seriously. 24-year-old Pamela Horton from Wichita, Kansas is a gorgeous mix of Japanese and German, and she'll own you in League of Legends Solo Queue. That's not all though; she's an experienced gamer and multimedia artist, and even sells her own art and crafts on Etsy.com.

Pamela Horton says about herself, "I've delved into everything — acrylics, pastels, sculpting and even glassblowing [...] I've also always loved video games and comic books, so when I paint in oil, I start with something realistic, but it inevitably scoots off into cartoon territory. I'm definitely prone to the fantastic!" And fantastic she is (wow, that sounded creepy).

In League of Legends, it's said that she specializes in Teemo (of course) and Soraka. She's gracing October's cover and centerfold, and she says: "I'm obsessed with MMOs! I love being known as every gamer guy's dream."

Mission. Accomplished.

We have an interview with her coming up, so stay tuned for that. We'll ask her more about her League of Legends playing, as well as other games, and I'll try not to be too creepy. I'll try!

To see more pictures of Pamela Horton, visit Playboy.com/horton.

You can follow Movies and Culture Editor Lance Liebl on Twitter @Lance_GZ. He likes talking sports, video games, and the stupidity of celebrities.

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