Officially launched on both Android and iOS platforms as Open Beta on October 28, Alliance: Quick War and the attraction it creates has made the Vietnamese gaming village in particular and the MOBA gamer community in the world wobble. The phenomenon of gamers in Vietnam as well as other regions trying to switch IP to play Singapore Express server is too common. Riot also doesn’t seem as strict as the first Closed Beta when it comes to uninvited guests to participate in their ambitious MOBA game project.
“I see my compatriots everywhere,” … is the lament of many Singaporean server gamers.
“Everywhere you look, you can see your compatriots”, “Why the opponent is all Vietnamese”, … are the complaints that appeared on the forums, the Lien Quan Mobile community. Although the server does not support Vietnamese, more and more players in our country are looking for ways to soon experience the hottest MOBA game on mobile today. Of course, a series of harmful consequences that everyone must be tired of experiencing Singapore server at this time.
The AFK and the Net Feed were dealt with very seriously during the Rapid War.
Because the English language is limited, many Vietnamese gamers obviously cannot master basic functions such as Eye-plugging, general skill mechanics, complementary pearls, each hero’s role, … and then themselves. causing serious errors. From going the wrong lane in the first place, fighting for lanes with teammates, cursing during the game because of disagreements, not knowing properly, … and most notably, AFK and network feed.
The charges against the Coalition were also not unreasonable.
Some Vietnamese gamers when playing Speed War did not hesitate to AFK with simple thoughts: Together we have locked the account, locked it, then set up a new account to play again. A series of scenes uncovering the nicknames Toc Chien with pure Vietnamese names like nguyen ***, vn ***, chien **, … just because of the unreasonable escape of the battle. But in general, a lot of the offending nick was blamed on the … gamer who played Lien Quan.
This judgment is considered by many Speed Chien gamers: Lien Quan sanctioned AFK lightly, so this became the essence of those who played those games. On the Lien Quan side, the player who escapes the match in the middle will be fined Uy Tin, but this point will recover very quickly if persistent. League of Legends even subtracts Quintessence points, but this does not affect too much on the Rank performance of a poorly conscious player. The deduction of bonus gold after the match is even less deterrent.
In short, Lien Quan’s way of treating AFK players has been considered a lack of weight. It is that laxity that has partly turned gamers Lien Quan gradually turned generals, unintentionally become targets of attack by other MOBA gaming communities, including Express Chien. It should be added that a part of Lien Quan gamers turned to Riot’s game project because of the “harsher” punishment mechanism. That’s why at this moment, League of Legends followers must obviously accept the reputation caused by a part of players with low awareness in Speed War.