During the “last dance” event of the Singapore server, Garena was accused of fraud for mixing Icons into the costume shop.
In the last days of taking control of the release of League of Legends, the areas managed by Garena have encountered many problems that have made the gaming community “out of words”. For example, the Vietnamese server underwent a maintenance that lasted nearly 36 hours, and at the Singapore server, a gamer denounced Garena for fraud.
In more detail about this controversial incident, Garena has launched “last dance” events to pay tribute to the gaming community that has accompanied this publisher throughout the years. But in the region of Singapore, the “GGrab” event has made many gamers angry.
Talking about this issue, a gamer said that out of the 8 items that appear at his GGrab store, there are 3 items that are not costumes. Basically, this item has such a long name that the word “Icon” cannot be displayed at the end.
According to this player, players will only be able to see the word “Icon” if they click on this item. At the same time, these Icons also have a “suspicious” price of 550 RP (original price) – about the same as the real skins in this shop. So gamers who are too hasty to buy this item will spend a large amount of RP.
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