After Korea, it’s China’s turn to tighten foreign accounts
The Chinese single-server ranking is considered to be the place where the 2nd most stars gather after only the LCK. Before Korea’s move to purge a series of foreign accounts, many people poured into Chinese solo queue to practice and climb rank. This makes the quality of the matches here no longer guaranteed as before. Therefore, recently, Riot Games China officials have issued regulations for their servers.
First, continue to strengthen the verification and verification of accounts above rank. Implement one person one ID, sometimes requires facial authentication. In the near future, the ID of the Chinese server will be numbered to be clear about the player.
No tolerance for game breaking behavior. If the ID is found to have the above behavior, the penalty is not limited to each League. Other Tencent games are also banned permanently or may be subject to other sanctions. Both the account and the real name will be blacklisted by Tencent. At the same time, these people are also banned from playing professionally and livestreaming, etc.
Further strengthen the punishment for negative behavior on rank. With IDs that hang up, affect teammates, … will be banned for 30 days and remove benefits at the server.
Due to the provisions of the Personal Information Protection Law, players can choose to hide their history and achievements. But this will not become an “umbrella” for malicious behavior. Authorities will open a special channel to report game breaking accounts. This not only players in the game but other players, the audience has a way to monitor the behavior, information, evidence of game breakers to monitor and report.
Regularly publicize the handling situation, including sealing and deleting the list of sanctions. Please pay attention to Hero League and Tencent Game Security Center official website, official Weibo, WeChat public number and other channels.
The above measures are said to help improve the quality of matches in the LPL in the near future.
Previously, after a series of cases of game breaking on Korean servers, under pressure created by Faker, Riot Games of Kimchi country banned a series of accounts with foreign IPs to limit incidents. Unintended. However, this policy is still controversial when there are players and players who do not violate at all but are still punished by people with negative behavior.