Currently, the community is strongly condemning Riot because instead of widely announcing to the entire tournament in the world, they chose to remain silent and silently edit.
It is known that in the match yesterday between DRX – Nongshim RedForce, the fan community discovered after a strange error. Specifically, it is unclear exactly why Amumu was in the hands of DRX’s BeryL and was revived immediately after being defeated:
Although the time is different, because NS rejected the Chronobreak rule after BeryL’s bug and the match continued. And then Leona of SnowFlower on the NS side also encountered the same error when DRX entered the opponent’s pool, but because the game fell asleep, the two sides did not complain to each other:
And it seems that in the situation that led to the bug at the end of the game, Leona used Flash right after respawning, meaning that the SnowFlower guy spam Flash led to this error? But after careful research, the community found a possible reason for this bug when these two players both used Magic Flash Gems for themselves.
To reinforce that statement, recently at the LEC Riot Games tournament has officially banned the use of the gem for the entire tournament without saying the reason. But according to fans who regularly follow the LEC who have heard from the caster table that this move may be related to the immediate respawn bug above.
Currently, Riot Games has no comments on the incident to explain to the fan community. And perhaps in the near future, they will just quietly issue a notice to ban the use of this gem for all other tournaments.
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Currently, the community is strongly condemning Riot because instead of widely announcing to the entire tournament in the world, they chose to remain silent and silently edit. And with professional matches, each of these bugs will be extremely serious and can affect the outcome of the game, players can accidentally use without knowing why they just took advantage of the bug.