League of Legends players have reported an encounter where there is a problem setting their skins. If you have been getting an error message when trying to display a skin you own, here are a couple of tips for you to try and fix the issue.
Riot Games is aware of the issue and is trying to fix it. While the developer works on a fix, players might be wondering if there is anything they can do on their end to remedy the issue. Here are some helpful tips for those curious about the error.
League of Legends Owned Skin Display Issue: How to Fix
1. Check Your Collection
Head to your collection in League of Legends and search for the champion that is related to your skin. In order for you to be able to set your skin, you must own the champion. If you do not own the champion for the skin you are trying to set, you have found your issue. If you own the champion and still get an error when trying to set the skin, try the other steps below.
2. Log Out and Log Back In
Sometimes it takes a while for the game to recognize that you own a skin, play the waiting game and wait a couple of minutes until you see the skin. If that is not working, log out of the game and log back in. This is like refreshing your account to its latest version with the skins you purchased or were gifted.
3. Submit A Ticket
If you are still having issues with displaying a skin, head to the League of Legends support website with your LoL credentials and submit a ticket. In the search box, choose "Events, Promotions, Eternals, & Your Shop." Describe what is happening with your collection and wait for Riot Games to contact you.