After more than a day of server maintenance in Vietnam, the gaming community was finally able to log in to League of Legends but encountered another problem.
Yesterday, the League of Legends community talked about the unexpected maintenance problem, which can be said to be one of the longest maintenance times in the history of Vietnamese servers.
Until today, after nearly 36 hours since closing the maintenance server, Garena has also “turned the green light” back on to the Vietnam League of Legends server.
“🌈The connection problem has been fixed, League of Legends has reopened.🙇♂️Thank you everyone for waiting patiently for more than 30 hours and looking forward to receiving the sympathy of the heroes!” – Garena announced on the Facebook fan page of League of Legends.
However, according to many gamers, perhaps the number of players rushing to log in in a short time has caused the Vietnamese LoL server to continue to have problems. For example, matches have extremely long time to enter the game compared to normal.
During the last maintenance, Garena took nearly 36 hours to fix the problem. So with the errors arising in the client this time, many gamers are quite afraid and worried that Garena will have to close the server and then maintain it again to help the server operate smoothly.
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