Are The League of Legends Servers Down?

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Are The League of Legends Servers Down?

Are the League of Legends servers down? Stay tuned to this article to find out.

Being unable to play your favorite game is one of the worst feelings as a gamer, especially if it is an online-only game. League of Legends occasionally has had its fair share of server issues. From the cyber attack in 2023 until the ongoing DDOS attack in South Korea, playing League of Legends is not always an option.

But are the League of Legends servers down right now? Stay tuned to this article to find out.

Is The LoL Servers Down Right Now?

Are the league of legends servers down

At the time of writing this article (April 11), there are no current server issues in League of Legends. Everything is running smoothly, and you should be able to play League of Legends without issues.

If you want to check whether the League of Legends servers operate as intended, you can visit the Riot Games support site. This website provides 24-hour updates on their titles, including Wild Rift, Teamfight Tactics, and VALORANT.

Although it is less common in League of Legends, Riot can occasionally turn off the live servers for scheduled maintenance. This usually occurs when a big patch is being implemented or if Clash, Riot's tournament mode for LoL, crashes for the millionth time. VALORANT players expect downtime on the servers at the beginning of every act; this is to implement the changes coming to the game.

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If you believe you are experiencing server issues, but the website says everything is operating as normal, it could be your internet connection. Here is how you can make sure your internet is good to go:

  1. Turn off your computer from the power supply.
  2. If you have one available, plug in an ethernet cable to your PC; the ethernet connection is much stronger than Wifi.
  3. Switch off your router from the power supply.
  4. Ideally, wait thirty seconds before turning it back on.
  5. Turn your computer back on.
  6. Load up League of Legends – optionally, you can also run the game as an administrator.

Stay tuned to ESTNN for the latest League of Legends news and updates.


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Jordan 'Marn' is an esports journalist from across the pond. Jordan has a passion for telling stories about the esports titles he loves such as League of Legends and Call of Duty. He has written for Esportz Network, Unikrn and United Stand. Twitter: @official_marn