In the past few years, it is a sad thing that LoL has appeared a new form of betting. Not stopping at tournament matches, even single-ranked games of professional players and famous streamers are also taken as “bets”. And then this form of betting creates the problem of intentionally breaking the game to “make” in ranked matches with high rank.
The two most famous victims of this “modification” problem are Faker and Uzi. In addition, other professional players often break the game and make them extremely uncomfortable even when ranked. Even though Riot Korea had a big account ban in July 2021 after Faker reported it, this “modification” situation has not shown any signs of cooling down.
Faker once denounced and made a series of accounts of “modifiers” banned forever
Uzi also had to speak out about the situation of “modification” and he intends to use the law to sue those behind this problem.
However, the good news for top gamers has come when Doinb recently confirmed that the “customers” will disappear in the upcoming 2022. Specifically, in the first stream of the new year 2022, Doinb said that he heard information about high-ranked accounts but regularly breaking the game will be revoked. Moreover, the account registration in China Super Server will be tightened, so we can be confident that the problem of “modifying” will end.
Doinb recently brought to colleagues the not-so-joyful news
Doinb: “I heard that in 2022, there will be no more high-ranked game breakers when the rules will be implemented very strictly. Right now a lot of suspicious accounts have been hacked. In the meantime, it will become much more difficult to sign up for a Super Server account, so we can trust them.”
Right in the first stream of 2022, Doinb confirmed that the problem of “doing” will end this year.
It is a fact that for many years, the main practice environment of LPL players was not the servers in China. The reason we can clearly see is that there are too many “modifiers” who intentionally break the game and make the training process extremely difficult. That’s why most of the LPL team chose to practice on the Korean server, which has a much cleaner environment.
LPL players in recent years often have to “migrate” to Korean servers to avoid encountering game breakers.
Hopefully, Doinb’s above sharing will soon become a reality and LPL players will no longer have to “migrate” to the Korean server on a regular basis. Instead, they will have a similar quality training environment as the Super Server of the China region.