Ping is a very important measure for online gamers. Ping is the time that your computer takes to respond to a request. Ping has a direct influence over your overall gaming experience. If your ping is lower, you will get a much better gaming experience and otherwise, your game will lag. Today I am going to show you how to minimize your ping when playing League of Legends. It is a common misconception that ping can be used to measure the speed of an internet connection. Although the round-trip time indicates the quality of a connection, it is not possible to determine the actual speed of the internet connection from it. With an LoL ping between 10 and 100, you can easily play League of Legends. Now let's see what you can do to lower your LoL ping.

Unfortunately, there are no direct ways to lower your ping speed. But there are some workarounds that you can try to minimize it. It's always frustrating when your internet connection is slow. But sometimes the problem lies in your Wi-Fi, and you can fix it yourself. First, you should know that the speed of your internet connection mainly depends on your ISP. Therefore, it is better to check your internet speed and LoL ping before going forward. To check your internet speed, you can go to, and to check your LoL ping you can go to Ping Test Live. You can visit their website at

So go to these websites and check your internet speed and ping. You must have at least 80 or 90 percent of what your ISP has promised. If not, you must contact your ISP as soon as possible. This is because actual technical issues are beyond your control and you can not do anything about them. Only your ISP has the ability to fix technical issues. Your router also has some influence on the ping. So if you are using a Wi-Fi connection, you can reduce your ping by switching to a LAN connection. This is mainly because Wi-Fi signals get jammed easily. Baby monitors, older cordless phones, microwaves, and wireless speakers are just some of the common gadgets that also use the 2.4Ghz frequency. These can interfere with your Wi-Fi router's wireless signal. Make sure that there is no interference with nearby networks. That is why we always recommend using a  LAN connection. But if you don't have a LAN connection, you can at least move your computer closer to your Wi-Fi router for better coverage. So, I hope this guide helped you, and Good Luck!