Account Sharing

A lot of people don't know that sharing accounts is wrong. They don’t realize it violates our Terms of Use, entails many risks, and can even result in a permanent ban. This is exactly why we’ve created a space to tackle the issue of account sharing and offer some examples to illustrate why it’s a harmful practice.

Let's take a look at the most common scenarios:

You give your password to a friend or family member

Nooooo! Don't do it! The only person that should know your password is you! After all, accounts are personal, and sharing your account undermines all the hard work you put into it. Your friend wants to check out your skins? Send screencaps or skin spotlights! Your cousin’s looking to test their mettle at your rank? Queue up and climb together! Like so many things, League of Legends: Wild Rift is more about the journey than the destination. Share the experience!

Free Wild Core offers

Don't take the bait. There are shameless people out there who want to take advantage of innocent players by offering free or discounted Wild Cores, and they’ll insist that all you have to do is provide your password for the transfer. Easy Cores, right? But the moment you give them what they want, they disappear, leaving you with no Wild Cores AND no account!

If you’re looking to purchase Wild Cores, do it through the legitimate means listed on the Wild Core page. And if you see anyone offering Wild Cores elsewhere, don't trust them, and submit a ticket below reporting the abuse.

Rank boosting

Whether out of frustration or laziness, some people ask others to play ranked games for them in order to climb the ladder. Not only is this poor sportsmanship, but it violates our Terms of Use. Furthermore, it can result in a temporary or permanent ban of the account. You also have no idea how the elo-booster will behave on your account, and you may be penalized even if you aren’t caught. It's never worth the risk!

Account trading

Here’s the bottom line: accounts are personal, non-transferable, and free. Both selling and buying them is strictly prohibited. If you still choose to ignore our warnings and the moral issues associated with account trading, we can’t stop you. But we also can’t help you if a scammer makes off with your account or money. Once you take that chance, you're on your own.

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