Updated on April 8, 11:25 p.m. (GMT+8): Added images.

Riot Games has expanded its two-factor authentication (2FA or TFA) feature that players can use to secure their League of Legends, Legends of Runeterra, Teamfight Tactics, Valorant, and Wild Rift accounts.

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The previous 2FA feature prompted players to enter a code when logging into their accounts on a new device.

The feature has been updated so that players must input a code each time they log in for better security.

What is two-factor authentication?

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This electronic security measure is designed to make sure that the accounts’ real owners can log in without them becoming compromised. It adds another layer of security aside from requiring a username and password.

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Having a 2FA can protect account owners’ private information such as their email address, personal address, and payment information.

How players can set up 2FA for their Riot Games account 

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  1. Log in to your account on the Riot Games website
  2. Click on your username on the upper right and open the drop-down menu
  3. Click on settings
  4. While on the Account Management page, go to two-factor authentication and click enable
  5. Go to your email account and click on enable 2FA
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Once TFA is enabled, every time you open your Riot Games account, you will need to get a login code from your email. To remove two-factor authentication, just go back to the Account Management settings and disable the feature.

To learn more about multi-factor authentication, go to Riot Games’ official website.

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