On the morning of May 13, Riot suddenly announced the decision to cancel the first leg result of the LPL – RNG regional representative and will play all matches again.
Previously, regarding the “3 no” status of RNG Esports, Riot Games made its stance on the morning of May 12. However, the League of Legends fan community thinks that these are just excuses from the publisher to favor the LPL region – which contributes the most views to the MSI 2022 tournament. Even, the teams Competitors are also constantly complaining about the problem of having to compete at 35ms ping that makes it impossible for them to have the best performance in this tournament.
It seemed that after the stance on Riot Games’ side would completely ignore this incident, on the morning of May 13, before the second leg of the tournament took place, a surprise announcement was made from Riot’s side.
In the latest announcement, Riot Games said that it had detected a ping difference in the reports after the match in Busan. And since this is a direct impact on the teams participating in the MSI 2022 tournament, Riot made the decision to cancel the results of the first leg matches of RNG Esports and re-play them before May 15.
The fan community once again sighed in frustration with this incident of Riot Games.
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