Elite500’s League of Legends account banned in Korea
Touring to South Korea and reaching Challenger on the Korean server has, for years now, been the final word problem for Western League of Legends streamers. Since climbing the Korean ladder is an amazingly difficult process that handsomely repays with elevated viewership, streamers like Tyler1, Midbeast, Bausff, and KatEvovled have all traveled to the nation and climbed throughout the divisions to showcase their unimaginable expertise and resilience.
Barely late with the fad, Elite500, the favored Vladimir OTP and EUW Challenger, solely lately traveled to Korea in his second try to achieve Challenger in Korea. Since his 2020 Korean pilgrimage was concluded with Masters, he was as soon as once more hungry to show himself. Though Elite500 was already extremely profitable with hitting Grandmaster only a few days in the past, his account was completely banned.
Elite500 logged into his League account on Monday solely to study he was banned for 2 weeks. After contacting Riot Video games, Elite500 discovered that he was, in reality, completely banned from League. Since Elite500 has been having fun with Riot’s LPP, he tried contacting it extra to find the small print relating to the ban. Riot has, nonetheless, given no particulars relating to his ban.
Decided to research what precisely led to his ban, Elite500 went by VODs and assumed his minor post-lobby typing might need gotten him banned.
After speaking with different League creators that share this expertise, Elite500 discovered that the one hyperlink between these related circumstances is that the banned gamers had been normally foreigners.