Like every year, when international tournaments approach, Riot will launch the Pick’Ems game mode. This is a game in the form of predicting the results of matches, as well as accompanying items, and players will have the opportunity to own attractive gifts, from in-game gifts to awarded artifacts. hand. How to play is also extremely simple: players need to have a Riot account -> log in to the event page -> make their predictions for each category -> wait until the tournament ends to start receiving rewards. reward.
Pick’Ems for Worlds 2023 are back
For the Pick’Ems event, the items usually range from valuable costumes, to Ultimate skins. Specifically, in 2023, when the player ranks first in the Prophecy Ball category, the player will receive the Renekton World Championship skin and accompanying Ranked Champion. For players who predict the results of the Pick’Ems category 100% correctly, the reward will be all Ultimate skins.
Renekton Worlds 2023 will be a reward this year along with Ultimate skins
However, recently, the League of Legends community discovered a factor that could cause players to never receive the Ultimate skin even if they guess the result 100% correctly. Accordingly, there are 2 questions related to the Pentakill section in the upcoming World Championship 2023 tournament, in the Prophecy Ball category, the content includes “How many Pentakills are there in the tournament” and “Who will achieve at least 1 Pentakill” . However, if in the first question, the player can choose “There is no Pentakill (tick box 0)”, then there is absolutely no option “no one achieved Pentakill” for question number 2.
Players can choose “No Pentakill”
But can’t select “No one has Pentakill”
Thus, as long as throughout the tournament, no player achieves a Pentakill, then immediately no player will receive Riot’s 2023 Renekton Worlds skin reward. However, there are still many people who think that there will be at least Pentakill no matter what, but this is bluntly refuted: “Instead of believing that there will be Pentakill, why don’t they (Riot) make things simple? by including an option like “No one”? Wasn’t there a Worlds without Pentakill?”.
The League of Legends community discovered the problem and expressed frustration
Riot has not yet commented on the incident, but clearly, the League of Legends community is extremely confused. The reason comes from the worry that all calculations may become in vain if a rare case occurs in the upcoming tournament.