Riot Games, the company that owns League of Legends, announced Wednesday that the tournament Opening 2020 of the League of Latin america (ALL) of this game will be played in the format ‘online’ to prevent the spread of the COVID-19.
“Then gather the necessary data and make an assessment of the situation, we have decided in conjunction with the teams that our League will continue to form ‘online’. However, we continue to do tests to have an operation solid so that at least this weekend we will not have competition, ‘ he said.
Riot Games added that in the last days spoke with the teams about their view of the situation, in addition to talk with members of Riot Esports in the world and assess the local infrastructure and the Gaming Houses of their squads to see if they are suitable to perform the League of the form ‘online’.
“ALL we do between us all, and we want to know what is going on behind the scene in our efforts to return as soon as possible. It is for this reason that we will be providing another update next Tuesday (march 24) afternoon,” complemented by Riot Games.
Due to the pandemic of COVID-19, the LLA decided to suspend the fifth week of the Opening 2020 that should be played in Mexico City this Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 march.
Infinity Esports and All Knights finished as the leaders of the first half of the first stage of the group stage of the tournament Opening 2020 of the TTHE after close week 4 with a mark of two victories without defeats.
Mexico recorded up to the time 93 cases of COVID-19, according to the authorities.