LCK boss says league ‘does not stop’ in defiance of ‘criminal’ DDoS attacks

Professional League of Legends in Korea has been under attack over the last week-plus, with DDoS attacks affecting the LCK dating back to Feb. 25. These attacks caused matches to be stricken with pauses and single games to last hours beyond their posted in-game timers. 

The secretary general of the LCK, Aiden Lee, released a statement on behalf of the league today, apologizing for the inconvenience the attacks have caused, as well as slamming down the gauntlet and laying out the league’s strategy to stop these attacks and return to a state of “normalization.”