The experience of Vietnamese gamers will be enhanced in the near future because Riot Games is confident that the League of Legends transmission will become much “smoother”.
One of the news that has constantly caused a stir in the Vietnamese LoL community in recent days is that the official Vietnamese League of Legends server was transferred by Garena to VNG as well as Riot Games to manage. Besides this issue, the player’s experience at Riot’s new server is also discussed.
Riot Games claims to be extremely confident that most transmission speeds will be “smoother” in a short time, or at least equal to the present. Riot Games shared about transmission latency: “Although most regions will enjoy better ping, there are still some areas that will experience a bit more ping (10 – 20ms increase) at the time of launch — specifically part of Vietnam and Thailand.”
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With this announcement, the ping index in some areas in Vietnam will increase by 10-20ms. This problem will significantly affect the experience of the player community League of Legends in that area. However, they still speculate that perhaps this is just a phase where Riot Games is building and installing new servers for the Vietnam region.
After a short period of time, the latency will be “at least as fast as it is now and most likely faster” than the current governing Garena server. This will make it easier for gamers to show off their skills, and will not be affected by pings in the future Summoner’s Rift arena.
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