title iconLeague of Legends players is enraged that the Star Guardian event tokens have expired too soon

Following the recent expansion of the Star Guardian. Riot has received more criticism from angry fans for letting the incident tokens expire ahead of the time stated, resulting in players losing hundreds, if not multitudes, of tokens. Riot recently extended the Star Guardian event in League of Legendary figures to make up for the plague of issues.

The Star Guardian event for LeagueThe League of Legendary figures Star Guardian event was a massive production, complete with a music video, brand new skins, and a slew of cinematic cutscenes. Despite Riot's massive cooperative process, the in-game event left a lot to be desired from the society.

In an attempt to mitigate the situation. Riot launched a mini-event after the Star Guardian event ended today, during which players could earn all the rewards by playing one game per day in an attempt to alleviate the circumstance and give back to the players. This allowed the community to receive their rightful rewards from the occasion, but at a much faster rate and pace. Though this was a significant step.  The Star Guardian event tokens lapsed without warning, hours ahead of the time Riot pledged players.

One player said

The riot was also chastised by players for failing to extend the duration of the event shop after more missions were added."It's just stupid to prolong the credential yearly wage while removing them on the originally planned date — however those two dates and times collide,"

Riot’s tendency. Other users go on to criticize Riot for communicating many significant facts solely through Twitter rather than posting on their websites: "Why is so much critical information about events and notifications on personal rioters' individual twitters?

Due to the lack of effective communication

Many of the players lost direct exposure to their tokens due to a lack of communication effectively. And, while the overall concept of giving back to the community was well-intended, the lack of an extension left many players with a sour taste in their mouths. It's unclear whether Riot will return missing tokens to players who rushed to the event shop.