Riot plans on reducing autofill rates and queue times across all MMRs in League of Legends

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Riot plans on reducing autofill rates and queue times across all MMRs in League of Legends

Riot Games revealed in today’s dev update that it plans on reducing autofill rates and queue times across all MMRs in League of Legends.

Last year, Riot tested an autofill balance to create more balanced games. And after seeing initial positive results in testing, the developer launched the feature globally during Patch 10.6. The game state has vastly improved since then, with players sitting in lobbies with much fewer autofilled players compared to before. Even if there is an autofill player on a team, it’s highly likely that there’s another autofilled player in the same position on the opposing team as well, making the matchmaking much more balanced.

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