After a community uproar over plans to charge players $10 to change their in-game IDs, Riot Games believes it has ‘found the right balance with time alone’

League of Legends developer Riot Games has walked back plans to charge players $10 to change their Riot ID, after an attempt to limit players’ abilities to alter their in-game IDs provoked a community backlash.

This all began on October 16th, with a Riot Games blog post titled “Transitioning from Summoner Names to Riot IDs”. In the blog, Riot states that Summoner Names, Riot’s old way of denominating players “doesn’t sync with the lore and hasn’t for a while.” So it planned to ditch Summoner Names, and have players identified by their Riot ID.

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