The Chinese League of Legends Pro League has announced that competitions have been delayed indefinitely due to the outbreak of coronavirus currently spreading in mainland China. The LPL’s official twitter account released an English statement earlier today, saying that week two of the current LPL series is postponed “until we can ensure the safety and health of our players and fans.” The statement apologizes for the disruption and promises to update fans as soon as possible, reminding them to stay safe. The decision to suspend the games may not have been entirely up to the LPL, as China has greatly restricted travel and banned large gatherings in major cities in order to halt the spread of the virus, which is considered highly contagious. All professional sporting events have been suspended until March, per China’s General Administration of Sport. We have decided to postpone week 2 of the LPL until we can ensure the safety and health of our players and fans. To our fans, we sincerely apologize that it has come to this and we will share any and all info as soon as we can. Stay Safe and thank you all for your support!January 26, 2020The current outbreak of coronavirus in… Read full this story
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