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Throughout history League of Legends has had surreal pauses, such as that of former player Lee Seong-jin «CuVee» for having to go to the bathroom in the middle of a game. However, the new interruption that has left the public speechless has happened in the Latin American League (2022). The summer playoff match between Team Aze and Rainbow7 had to be moved to the format on-line because the venue where it was being played had major problems with leaks.
Rainbow7 and Team Aze played to stay in the fight for the championship title while fighting for the ticket to World’s. Being in the bottom bracket, a loss meant ending the season. However, the problems did not come to the game for technical reasons, but rather external ones. The Arena Esports Stadium (LLA study) began to leak affecting all players two minutes after the series started. This generated an hour of waiting that finally ended with the match being played online.
⚠️ Due to adverse external conditions, and seeking the safety of all involved, we are forced to reschedule today’s series on the #LLA.
We extend an apology to the audience and the teams, we will soon report the rescheduling on our official channels👊 pic.twitter.com/m6xGb3euRS
— LLA (@LLA) August 20, 2022
The 83 viewers who bought tickets to see Team Aze vs. Rainbow7 ended up with a nice LLA deal. Those affected will have a champion skin and a vision ward. Nevertheless, The most important thing is that the refund will be in the form of a three-day pass for the GAMERGY from Mexicowhere the Latin American grand final will be played. The playoffs could continue with relative normality since the fans had their compensation and both teams worked together with the league so that the schedules were not postponed excessively.
However, hobbyists’ concerns about leaks go beyond the LLA itself. The Arena Esports Stadium will host the play-in of the next World’swho will visit Mexico for the first time. Until now, only Canada, the United States and Brazil have been the American countries that have hosted an international League of Legends competition. Regarding the Latin American competition, Estral Esports awaits its opponent in the final. Team Aze remains in contention for two-time champions after beating Rainbow7 2-3, but they still need to get past Isurus to reach the final.