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Are League Of Legends Servers Down? Here Is How To Check Server Status

Check the Servers, First!
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Are you having issues trying to login in? You’re not alone. It can be incredibly frustrating when all you want to do is play League of Legends, but you’re receiving an error of some sort. Especially if you’ve only got a limited amount of time to play! While this could be a problem you can fix by adjusting something on your end, if it’s a global outage, there’s not much you can do aside from being patient. To learn what kind of issue this is, here’s how to check the League of Legens server status.

How to Check the Server Status for League of Legends

In order to check the server status for League of Legends, simply go to the dedicated Riot Games Service Status page. Here, you can check for currently ongoing outages and problems that have been solved. If there’s nothing listed here but you’re still experiencing issues — and, if you’re convinced it’s not on your end — you can report an issue. This page works for League of Legends, Legends of Runeterra, Valorant, and League of Legends: Wild Rift. If you’re having issues with any of these games, check this site first.

It’s important to note that, while you may not see any outages at first, you can click the icon for each of the abovementioned games to see specific issues. Let’s say that no outages are occurring, but you’re still experiencing problems with League of Legends. If so, scroll to the bottom of this page and you’ll find a link to VISIT PLAYER SUPPORT, where you can find specific troubleshooting advice and answers. You can also check the Down Detector to see if League of Legends is experiencing issues.

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We hope this helps, and that you’re able to return to Runeterra in no time at all!! Stick with Gamer Journalist for more pieces just like this for other incredibly popular games, and much, much more!!

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James Herd

James has been playing games for as long as he can remember. His first game was either The Lion King or The Mask for the SNES. He has since grown into the biggest apologist for JRPGs and he wants to be Yoko Taro for Halloween.

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