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League of Legends Next Big Clash Test Starts This Week, Follow the Procedure to Participate

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For all the global League of Legends fans, the developer Riot Games has announced the next Clash test. According to the latest details, fans will be treated to the new clash test soon. All the PBE players who will sign up before Wednesday will be able to participate in it.


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This new announcement was made after the August announcement for the Tournament-style clash mode. According to Riot games, the very first periodical testing phase will kick start on September 5, 2018.

The first test run will initiate the staggered Scout phase which will reduce the amount of stress on the game’s systems and will offer improvements in the previous crash routines. Following are the details released by Riot Games recently. More details are soon to be following.

“For this particular test, we will be exercising Staggered Scouting Phases,” QaA analyst Riot Rapwnzel said. “What this means for us is that we will be able to rate limit the number of Clash matches that begin simultaneously to reduce the load on dependent systems and ensure more reliable game starts. What this means for you is that your Scouting phase duration may now vary (starting at a minimum of 5 minutes) to accommodate a high influx of game starts.”

If you’re an avid League of Legends fan, you can still sign up for the next Clash Test. All you’ve got to do is to sign up for a PBE account before Wednesday 5th September on this link. You can have all the details on how you can participate in the Clash test.

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League of Legends offers the Clash tests now and then. As of now, we have all the details mentioned above, and we’ll keep looking for more and share with you accordingly. Stay connected.

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