Riot Games is currently conducting the very first test of League of Legends: Wild Rift. The Alpha Test began on 6 June and will go on until 27 June. It is currently available on android only and is limited to selected players from Brazil and the Philippines region.
However, some of the players gained access to it by downloading the APK of the League of Legends Wild Rift from 3rd Party website and faking their locating by using VPN’s and were also sharing these steps with other players. Riot Games has announced to take steps against these players in an official announcement shared on the twitter handle of Leauge of Legends: Wild rift.
The Announcement stated that The servers and processes aren’t quite ready to handle this many players yet, and because of this, Riot Games will be disabling all accounts that didn’t gain access directly through a Google Play Store invite.
To put it in simple words, Accounts of players who gained access to Wild Rift by downloading the APK of the game via 3rd party website will now be deleted, and only players selected officially will continue to have access to the game.
However, with this, we have good news as well. Riot has announced to recruit more players from Brazil and the Philippines for the currently running League of Legends: Wild Rift Alpha test, so if you are from any of these two regions, then make sure to Pre-Register for the game on Google Play and keep your fingers crossed.n Google Play and keep your fingers crossed.
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