Fans of the LEC rejoice: heading into the second week of European League of Legends action, all players will have full access to all the runes, as the Hextech Flashtraption rune has been fixed.
The rune had been prohibited from use during the opening weekend of the LEC, due to an existing bug. If a player would start channeling the Hexflash, but would be interrupted by displacement, there was a chance that both Hexflash and Flash would stop functioning for the remainder of the game. The temporary removal of Hexflash did not have a large impact on the champions picked in the LEC, as most champions that use the rune just opted for a slightly different build.
Unfortunately for Dr. Mundo enthusiasts, however, the Madman of Zaun will have to wait a bit longer to make his debut on the stage. Recently reworked, Riot Games is still ironing out some bugs that exist for the champion. It's unkonwn when Dr. Mundo will be eligible for play.
The LEC Summer Split returned with a strong showing of Misfits Gaming, while SK Gaming got the rough end of the stick.
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