League of Legends will eliminate shared chat between teams to reduce “toxicity”

Riot Games announced that the new patch 11. 21 for League of Legends will take out the shared chat between opposing teams — the update will be released on October 20. This is a new move by developers in tackling toxic audiences whose negative and unwelcome comments during matches outweigh positive and constructive messages.

In the future, the authors will assess the benefits of this change by drawing attention to the number of complaints about insults and similar allegations. Previously, players were able to disable shared chat between teams if desired, although it was initially enabled on standard settings.

Developers will permanently disable the chat during the upcoming updates, and then decide whether to return it as a matter of principle. Many users greeted the innovation with bafflement, noting that toxicity was more often shown within the team rather than chatting between rivals.

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