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The LPL community turned upside down due to a bug that almost determined the direction of the LOL Cup group stage.
On the 16th, LPL’s Top E-Sports (TES), who lost to Gigi Byte Marine’s E-Sports (GAM) on the 7th day of the League of Legends World Championship group stage at Hulu Theater in New York on the morning of the 16th, was named the first LPL dropout.
In particular, it was revealed that there was a bug in the battle of GAM-TES, which divided the direction of the group stage. Jackie Love (Lucian), who was hit by Cassus’s Jinhongok (R), died without the effect being activated even though she had Melmosquis’ monkfish.
At that time, Nami, who had a magic resistance of 96, received 930 damage for Cassus’s jinhon song, and Lucian, who had a magic resistance of 100, received 924.
Melmos’ explanation stated that a protective film that absorbs up to 510 magic damage was activated, but this was not the case in the actual game.
YouTube’s Bandrill channel posted a related video under the title “Tragedy” about the situation. In the video, in addition to explaining the situation at the time when Melmos was not activated properly, we could see the actual damage calculation compared to Nami and the situation where Melmos is applied when there is no bug.
Naturally, Chinese netizens were in a uproar. Twitter, which mentioned the incident, received more than 30,000 likes, and more than 33 million related posts were poured into Weibo in China, drawing attention.
However, Fnatic coach Yamato Canon said, “Bugs are none of my business to Riot. “There will probably be no action or comment,” he said, showing a cynical reaction to Riot Games, the cause provider.