The League of Legends client has been experiencing crashes as a result of interactions with third-party apps.
Riot has faced various issues with League of Legends, including performance issues and problems with Biscuits delivery system. One significant problem was a social engineering attack.
Despite addressing these issues, the game continues to experience bugs like critical errors and changes to Biscuits. Recently, crashing problems have arisen due to third-party apps used by players, such as Blitz, OP.GG, and Porofessor.
Riot has acknowledged this issue and provided information on the matter. However, it is expected that more issues may arise in the future.
Riot has stated that certain interactions with third-party apps, including overlays, are leading to crashes in League of Legends. As a temporary solution, Riot advises disabling these apps and overlays until they can resolve the issue.
They have reassured players that they are actively working on a fix, and it is anticipated that players will be able to resume using their preferred third-party apps once the issue is resolved.
Riot Games have reassured the player community that their development team is actively working on resolving the problem.
It is expected that once the issue is successfully addressed, players will be able to safely and seamlessly resume using their preferred third-party apps without experiencing any crashes or disruptions.