With the League of Legends transmission becoming “smoother”, the experience of Vietnamese gamers will be better and it will be easier to make a difference in Summoner’s Rift.
In recent days, information about the Vietnam League of Legends server being transferred by Garena to VNG as well as Riot Games is being discussed by many gamers. But in addition to account data problems, the player’s experience at Riot Games’ servers is also of equal concern.
Among them, Riot Games is extremely confident and affirms that the transmission speed is at least equal to the current one, and most will be “smoother” in a short time:
“Although most regions will enjoy better ping, there are still some regions that will experience a bit more ping (10-20ms increase) at launch — parts of Vietnam and Thailand in particular. Lan.” – Riot Games talk about transmission latency.
According to that announcement, the ping will increase by 10-20ms in some areas in Vietnam. This will make a relatively large impact on the gaming experience of the community. However, many people speculate that this is the period when Riot Games builds and installs new servers for the Vietnam region.
And after a short period of time, the line latency will be “at least as fast as it is now and most likely faster” than the current Garena server. This promises to help Vietnamese gamers confidently show off their skills and bravery in Summoner’s Rift without worrying about being affected by pings.
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