Hexflash, the secondary rune similar to Flash, has been disabled by the LEC until further notice during the last two weeks of the regular season.
Deniz Griath Gunay, the competition manager for League of Legends EMEA, disclosed that the Hexflash rune had been disabled due to a serious illness.
This week, I'm your LEC updates person. Hexflash will be disabled in the #LEC until further notice due to a serious issue.
The reason for this decision is still unknown, but it is certain that it will impact the LEC teams' draft choices, which for the time being will have to rely on different rune paths for their support.
Hexflash has been excluded from Leagues official major tournaments for the first time. A game-breaking bug sparked the Korean league's reaction less than a month ago.
According to an LCK statement, a leagues referee may choose to use a Chronobreak to reset a certain situation.
Pic.twitter.com/9rJrAyC9cU for the 07/20 match 52 NS vs DK in Game 2
At 11am CT, today's LEC action (without Hexflash) will begin with a showdown between Misfits and Astralis.