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Old 05-13-2016, 06:11 PM   #115
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Blizzard following the same banning system used in Diablo III for this game in the sense of a first time ban is a permaban.

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In the battle.net forums, a Blizzard community manager outlined the developer's hardline stance for anyone looking to cheat in Overwatch. "If a player is found to be cheating -- or using hacks, bots, or third-party software that provides any sort of unfair advantage -- that player will be permanently banned from the game. Full stop. Not only does cheating undermine the spirit of fair play that all of our products are based on, but it works to diminish the fun and enjoyment of others."

First-time offenders get permabans. No cheaters pool, no temporary bans -- just an immediate revoking of access to the game.
http://www.destructoid.com/blizzard-...e-361050.phtml
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