Before we proceed, it is important to clarify what ping is and what makes for excellent ping. Ping is essentially the amount of time it takes for your mouse and keyboard movements to be registered on the gaming server you are currently playing. For instance, a 1000 ms ping indicates that it takes a full second for each operation to register on the server. That would render your game unplayable and be deemed to have an exceptionally high ping.
Here are some parameters for good ping:
Open the settings menu while playing the game. Click the "Display" option in the settings menu. Find the "Toggle FPS Display" button on this tab. To see your ping in-game, click that icon. The upper right corner, underneath the game results, will show your ping.
Now, the subpar infrastructure at your location may be the cause of your bad ping. Only your ISP can resolve hardware-related ping issues, including those that occur through cable, so if your ping is consistently high, get in touch with your ISP instead. The rest of you may follow these procedures to attempt to reduce your ping if it seems high after it is toggled on for you to observe.
So, there is a makeshift fix that sometimes works. Your DNS gets flushed when you do this. You must launch the command prompt (cmd) and enter the following commands:
Many people claim that this "fix" for League of Legends works to repair or reduce ping. Finally, poor installation or firewall problems might also contribute to LoL ping problems. By using this tool created by Riot Games, this may be corrected.
Try opening a case with Riot Games or getting in touch with your Internet Service Provider to determine if there is a problem with your internet provider if none of these options resolve the problem.
Ping issues can typically be resolved, although it may not always be simple. You may attempt a variety of things to make it better, such as giving the game more priority in your task manager, switching to cabled internet rather than wifi, or, in extreme circumstances, upgrading your internet subscription itself.